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New water cooling loop - first time out

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Reefer86, Oct 3, 2009.

  1. Reefer86

    Reefer86

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    hi guys ive just picked up a water cooling loop off ebay for my first try at water. i will firstly only be cooling the CPU, but i assume i would need a 360 rad also to cool the gfx card.

    so far i have

    1. XSPC Delta V3 CPU Acetal
    2. XSPC Dual Bay Reservoir Pump
    3. XSPC Single radiator 120mm BLACK
    4. 6x XSPC High Flow 3.8" barbs
    5. 6x clips
    6. XSPC 1m 3.8" tube

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    Picked all that up for 80euros delivered, i thought that was a good buy. Any thoughts?
     
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    Looks good! That single 120 rad is plenty sufficient to cool the processor.
     
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    no one else got a view or advice for me, think in getting a gpu block from kinkicker so will i need a 360 rad aswell as the 120?
     
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    Naaa, If you can get a PA160 that is what I use to cool my GPU. Temps are never above 35*C, If you can't find one any 2x120mm rad will work.
     
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