Water cooling - What parts are required?
This is a question from Xeonsteel08:
1. A case that is water cooling friendly. So far the only one that REALLY gets my 100% unreserved recommendation is the 800D from Corsair
2. LOTS of patience. A slow, careful water cooling build is NOT going to leak. A rushed/excited one WILL.
3. CPU block, GPU blocks (full cover recommended), pump, reservoir, tubing, coolant (distilled water recommended with Primoflex LRT tubing. Then you don't need any additives), fittings/clamps
Linus, you forgot the radiator(s) and fans. And the OP mentions GTX580 Hydro's so he won't need GPU blocks as those cards come with blocks.
I haven't had the chance to play with a Level 10 GT yet, but rumor is that you can fit a triple rad internally up top, and a double rad vertically beside the drive cages. The SB chips don't seem to run super hot, so a triple may be able to cool the CPU and both GPU's at their max overclock.
Yeah i agree sugar (i don't mean you're my sugar but you got the point :D) and getting a Watercoolign case will help you getting more fans more radiators and of course OC to the max
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