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post #1 of 5
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hello Overclokers!

i have this setup and max €575 to spend:

CoolerMaster HAF X Case
CoolerMaster Silent Pro 850w PSU
AsRock Extreme3 Motherboard
Intel Core I7 930 processor
Gigabyte Geforce GTX 460 graphiccard
Corsair Dominator GT 2000 Mhz RAM
WD Caviar Black 1TB disc
LiteOn DVD burner

How much watercooling can i get to that, for the max of €575

If someone could make a total list, it would be awesome! with links(plz)
Edited by JaRi - 4/15/11 at 8:12am
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post #2 of 5
Wow! 575 euro's for water cooling alone?

That's quite a lot. I assume you want to watercool your CPU and graphics card?

A little more info would be nice.

For that set up, (sorry, no links, late and I'm getting tired, maybe in the morning) I would get:

Radiator: RX360 with 6 GT15's in push pull.
Pump: XSPC X20 750 Pump/Res if not planning on expanding, D5/DDC if you are planning on more graphics cards and/or more block in the future.
Res: XSPC Housing for the aforementioned pumps.
CPU: XSPC Rasa for best price vs performance, Kryos XT for best performance.
GPU: EK FC460 GTX

That should serve as a rough guide line until someone having less trouble keeping their eyes open can come along
post #3 of 5
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i am thinking to cool my GFX as well, yes, i just not sure wether to take a universial GPU block or i should buy one thats only fit the 460.. because the water in the full cover is not runing over the VRMs anyways..

im the future i think that im planning to buy SLI with the 460..

hope its making any sense!
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post #4 of 5
Koolance sells a GTX460 block that covers the VRMs with water, that's why I got one for my card.

As for the CPU block, I would recommend the EK Supreme HF Full Nickel over the Kyros HF for it's much lower restriction. A few tests have shown that the temperature difference between the blocks is much less than a single degree C, and the added restriction the Kyros has will have a negative impact on the rest of your loop's performance.
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post #5 of 5
Honestly with that I would sell the 460 and buy a 580/6970. Then get a Rasa Kit for just the CPU and call it good.
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