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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Eroticus, Mar 17, 2014.

  1. Eroticus

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    How to connect tubbing to this one :p

    http://www.frozencpu.com/products/1...ck_BP-MBDR-C.html?id=tjUKqrHk&mv_pc=153#blank

    or this one

    http://www.frozencpu.com/products/1...te_Black_BP-MB90R2.html?id=X6DzDffC&mv_pc=267
    D:

    [​IMG]

    Or i should by this ones ?

    http://www.frozencpu.com/products/1..._Black_BHF-G14-14.html?id=tjUKqrHk&mv_pc=5652

    I just bought everything that frozen-cpu guy said :p

    but i think he missed something..

    Thanks ...
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    Part #Product DescriptionQtyPriceTotal
    ex-tub-747Bitspower G1/4 Anti-Twist Rotary Extender / Adapter - Matte Black (BP-MBDR-C)8$9.99$79.92
    ex-blc-1224EK Supremacy ELITE CPU Liquid Cooling Block - Full Nickel - Socket 2011 w/ Indigo Xtreme (EK-Supremacy Elite - Intel 2011)1$121.99$121.99
    ex-res-433EK-MultiOption RES X3 400 - Liquid Cooling Reservoir (6 Total Ports)1$64.99$64.99
    Part #Product DescriptionQtyPriceTotal
    ex-pmp-261EK DDC X-Top w/ 3.2 PWM DDC Pump - Acetal (EK-DDC 3.2 PWM X-TOP CSQ - Acetal)1$104.99$104.99
    ele-11974-Pin Molex / SATA Power Distribution PCB 8x PWM + 2x 4-pin Block (MMT-PCB-4-8P2M1S)1$9.99$9.99
    ex-tub-743Bitspower G1/4 Thread 90-Degree Dual Rotary Adapter - Matte Black (BP-MB90R2)2$14.99$29.98
    ex-rad-677XSPC RX480 Quad 120mm Radiator V3 - Matte Black1$122.99$122.99



    Part #Product DescriptionQtyPriceTotal
    ex-tub-1602PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Tubing 1/2"ID x 3/4" OD - Brilliant UV Blue (PFLEXA-34-B)15$2.75$41.25
    ex-liq-203Ice Dragon Cooling Nanofluid Coolant White Color - 32oz3$29.99$89.97
    ex-tub-743Bitspower G1/4 Thread 90-Degree Dual Rotary Adapter - Matte Black (BP-MB90R2)6$14.99$89.94
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    Did you make a drawing of the setup you are aiming for ?

    That always helps me plan loops and what parts to order. See attachment.
    bird_of_prey_henkenator68nl_buildlog.jpg
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    hmmm it helps alot thanks.
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    I approve of those Noctua fans, I have 6 on two 360 Watercool HTSF2 rads. :rockout:
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    Well, I run a i7 3930k at 4.4GHz and about 1.39v (it needs it) and my Titan at 1.21v for 1.136GHz core and 6.7GHz memory. The profile is through the cpu fan header and runs at about 600-800rpm (40-60%). Temp on cpu max at about 60-65 after 2-3 hours of BF4 and 45 degrees on graphics.

    Yup, German radiators and Austrian fans = very cool and very quiet. :clap:

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