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post #1 of 43 (permalink) Old 02-23-2020, 08:08 PM - Thread Starter
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I have a Gigabite 570 Master M/B, Ryzen 9 3900,G Skill Trident Z neo 3600 16GBX4 CL16 ram, RTX 2070 SUPER, Samsung 970EVO Plus 1TB. Corsair AX1200, Cool Master Cosmos case. I would like to overclocking it also. So far this is what I have. I need a water cooler that is refillable and that will work. And one that moves some good air not to worried about noise. PLEASE HELP Thanx

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I like the bitspower kits, this one will need the intel plate on the CPU water block switched out for the AMD plate above, so that it is compatible with your CPU.

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Arctic cooler freezer II 360. best AIO you can buy.
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Mmm... none. Go custom loop or don't bother with water would be my recommendation.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Baddodge View Post
I have a Gigabite 570 Master M/B, Ryzen 9 3900,G Skill Trident Z neo 3600 16GBX4 CL16 ram, RTX 2070 SUPER, Samsung 970EVO Plus 1TB. Corsair AX1200, Cool Master Cosmos case. I would like to overclocking it also. So far this is what I have. I need a water cooler that is refillable and that will work. And one that moves some good air not to worried about noise. PLEASE HELP Thanx
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Alphacool Eisbaer 360/420mm.
Agreed on the Eisbaer being a good choice. Personally, I have had better results with the Swiftech H360 X3, but the fans need to be changed out as the included argeebee fans are garbage that kill performance. Also, the pump on the Swiftech is considerably stronger and was designed to have a GPU and additional rad added should that be your goal in the future.


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Arctic cooler freezer II 360. best AIO you can buy.
The OP very clearly stated refillable. You inserting "Arctic Liquid Freezer II" and "Arctic P12" randomly into every thread isn't helping anyone.

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Build a bong cooler.
or do a custom loop with Panaflos on the rads.
Panaflo mediums aren't too loud and move a lot of air.
With a bong cooler, a fast fan is not needed. I usually used 1 Intel CPU fan.
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If you ever want to add a gpu water block I would also say go full loop
Soft tubing makes it easy.

Parts well you can treat it with just the basics and add to it easily knowing you have at least a single D5 pump/ reservoir combo to already expand too.
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Budget well depends of how much price shopping you do and region you're in.
Alphacool has some okay water cooling products and just go for the best cpu block.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
If you ever want to add a gpu water block I would also say go full loop
Soft tubing makes it easy.

Parts well you can treat it with just the basics and add to it easily knowing you have at least a single D5 pump/ reservoir combo to already expand too.
1) Rad
1) cpu block
1) D5 pump reservoir combo
6) 10-16mm barb fittings
10 foot of 10-16mm soft tubing

Budget well depends of how much price shopping you do and region you're in.
Alphacool has some okay water cooling products and just go for the best cpu block.
Are barb fittings better than compression fittings for soft tubing?

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Are barb fittings better than compression fittings for soft tubing?
Not better, just more cost effective.

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