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Old June 14, 2007, 09:26 PM
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Very nice :)
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Old June 15, 2007, 07:26 AM
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I bought it all from NCIX. The purolator guy left me a surprise this morning. My pump showed up. Will post pictures when i get home from work.
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For those interested here is what i have showing up.

Swiftech MCP655 Pump
D-Tek Fuzion CPU Block
Danger Den TYEE GPU Block
T-Joint
Danger Den Fillport Res
Danger Den Fillport
10feet 1/2" Clearflex Tubing
Dangerden Tube Clamps
Thermochill PA 120.1
Antec TX1050B to house everything.

As far as overclocking i am not sure how far i can OC since i have 4 sticks of ram.
Hmm... I don't think you'll get pretty good temps if you hook your CPU and GPU onto a PA120.1 ... Might not be able to push the overclocking pretty far. IMO, you should have got at least a dual 120mm rad.

But yeah, everything else is just great! Good choices.
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unfortunately the 120.1 was the largest i could afford at the moment. At first i won't be over clocking much so i think it should be ok. Later if i decide i need it then i will upgrade it to proabably a 120.2 or 120.3
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Get a high CFM 120 fan and you should be good.
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While current plan was to use some silenx fans i was able to score some industrial 12v fans from a local electronics depot. I am not sure on the CFM, but they are papst 7-14v variable fans
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