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Old June 5, 2009, 10:08 PM
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Smile So how does this look for my first WC attempt?

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Old June 5, 2009, 10:16 PM
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CPU Block: http://www.ncixus.com/products/32248/APOGEE-GTZ/Swiftech/

GPU Block: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835108095

Pump: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835108082

Rad: Newegg.com - Swiftech MCR320-QP Quiet Power radiator - Water Cooling

Reservoir: NCIXUS.com - Buy Swiftech MCRES-MICRO REV2 Clear HI-FLOW Water Cooling Reservoir 3/8IN & 1/2IN Barb Fittings - MCRES-Micro Rev2.

Barbs/Fitting: Swiftech high flow Barbs 1/2" - BSPP-250-500-CP

Hose/Tubing: NCIX.com - Buy Primochill Primoflex Pro LRT Black 1/2IN ID 3/4IN OD Tubing (10 Feet) - PFLEXP10-34-BK In Canada.

Noctua 120mm fan: Newegg.com - Noctua NF-S12B FLX 120mm, 3 Speed Setting, Beveled Blade Tips Design, SSO Bearing Fan - Case Fans

Spot Cooler: Newegg.com - Antec 0761345-75018-9 Blue LED Case Fan - Case Fans

external rad mount: NCIX.com - Buy Swiftech MCB-120 Radbox Revision 2 Black - MCB-120 In Canada.

steel hose clamps from the hardware store

liquid: NCIX.com - Buy Feser One Fluid UV Blue NON-CONDUCTIVE Water Replacement for Liquid Cooling - 4 260119 640016 In Canada.

90 degree barbs: NCIX.com - Buy Polypropylene "L" 90 Degree Elbow 1/2IN Barbs - DDPFL5 In Canada.
-Ixnay on the fan-choice. Those fans are specifically designed for open-case use, not restrictive applications like heatsinks or radiators. THESE would be the proper (Noctua) fans for a radiator.

-That GPU waterblock only covers the core of the GPU, and will require additional heatsinks on the other components. (Example)

-No need to order from Jab-Tech for the fittings. Fittings like THESE will work just fine.

-You don't say what it is you're trying cool - might be some issues depending.
Edit: Gotcha. Nothing jumps to mind in the way of adaptors required here.
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I'd use 45 degree fitting instead of 90 degrees if possible, to improve flow.

You mounting radiator outside? Which case?
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Sorry for lack of info

I'm only WCing the cpu and gpu, and I'm using a hotspot for my chipset. I'm mounting the radiator outside my Antec 1200 case (So double rad is fine?)
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Fan wise, Scythe S-FLEX or Zalman ZM-F3. Unless you want to buy $20 Noctua P12s. Up to you.

And pass on the 90 degree plastic things. Absolutely horrible. Try without anything first and see how it goes, then if it kinks, look into some Bitspower 45 degree fittings.

Might want to consider this for the GPU since it covers the RAM and MOSFETs: NCIX.com - Buy Swiftech MCW60-4870 GPU Water Block for ATI Radeon 4870 Cools GPU RAM & Mosfet 1/2 & 3/8 Fittings - MCW60-4870 In Canada. Though I'd check the compatibility list just to make sure or email Swiftech if you have doubts.
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well this guy I talked to said that the HD4890 has a red plate that can be used for the other gpu block that I posted.
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So, uh ,what'd you think?
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Are you asking overall or something specific?
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Oops, I didn't post the updated list lol, it's attached to the post now. How's it look? Don't worry about the gpu block not covering the whole card though, I got that covered. Any suggestions? Any problems in it I might not see? I'm also new to WC so I don't know what exact products are popular for their quality. Is there some good clear tubing? Does my liquid glow or is it blue? Does it have biocide? And what are some good 45 degree thing instead?

I live in the US btw.
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