your system is pretty nice, go watercooling and take your time doing it. the result is very rewarding.
Originally Posted by pcTw3aker
First time posting so I'm sorry if I'm not doin this right, but I have a computer I built a couple months ago, and I've been getting very paranoid about the temperatures since it was heat that killed my last system. So I'm looking around for parts and what not to set up a good water cooling system and was curious if any of you have any recommendations, since this site seems to be the best place to ask. My system specs are as follows:
CPU: Core i7 920 2.4GHz (Not overclocked because I know my CPU fan cant handle it)
GPU: EVGA x280 x2 SLI
6 GB Corsair DDR 1600
1200 Watt Power Supply
Windows Vista Ultimate x64
Seagate 160Gb HD
x2 WD 500Gb HD
Antec 1200 Full Tower case
If any other info is needed let me know.
Originally Posted by billbartuska
Read, read, and the read some more.......
Stuff like this:
Swiftech also has a lot of data on their products.
There are three types of watercooling:
Silent, high performance, bling
There are two ways to get it right:
Read posts with peoples opinions of what works well (easy to get bad information)
Use actual performance data to figure out what you need. (always works best)