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Anyone experienced with Watercooling?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Reign, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. Reign
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    Reign NOOB

    I'm running Dual Zotac GTX560's (OC AMP!) and since its now summer here in Australia they are heating up my case like mad.

    I'm still running an LGA775 CPU with the 2 cards in SLi. What would you recommend for liquid cooling.

    So far here are my thoughts on some of the components.
    Reservour -XSPC Dual 5.25" Bay for Laing D5 / MCP655
    Pump -Swiftech MCP655
    Radiator -XSPC RX360 OR (Dual Rad & Single Rad to fit inside case)
    GPU Blocks -Danger Den DD-GTX560 VGA Full Card Liquid Cooling Block
     
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  2. KozmoK
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    KozmoK Hacker Cracker Staff Member Admin

    Good Topic! I will be doing this in the next few months!
     
  3. Jeremy
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    Jeremy Would Be Staff

    Does your case have these?[​IMG]
     
  4. carlsson1994
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    carlsson1994 EVIL KOZBOT VANQUISER

    I am currently using Larkooler BA2-243 which is great and I never experienced a problem with it. and my CPU is running at 40C when I play or around 40-50. with OC
     
  5. Jeremy
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    Jeremy Would Be Staff

    My cpu is over clocked to 3.4ghz and its hovers around 25-30c full load with thats right AIR COOLING
     
  6. carlsson1994
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    carlsson1994 EVIL KOZBOT VANQUISER

    Intel core i5 760 from 2.8 to 4.8
     
  7. Jeremy
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    Jeremy Would Be Staff

    AMD-I know I just don't like spending money amd quad core 70 bucks intel quad core 150 bucks, Also I am going to upgrade to a 3.8 amd hex core soon
     
  8. carlsson1994
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    carlsson1994 EVIL KOZBOT VANQUISER

    Well there is no use for hex core. no games supports Hexa core and also intel works faster with games etc. so for gaming I would say intel.
     
  9. Jeremy
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    Jeremy Would Be Staff

    actually gta v supports a hex core
     
  10. carlsson1994
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    carlsson1994 EVIL KOZBOT VANQUISER

    oh? well not quiet out yet. oh well AMD is better for film editing etc. but hey! let's not get out of topic to much
     
  11. bzrkkk
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    bzrkkk NOOBLET

    I had a system with a watercooler in it. The pump ended up dying, but that was about 3 years ago when the watercooling craze hit the fan. I think watercooling is more up to date and worth it.
     
  12. $oulstoned444
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    $oulstoned444 NOOBLET

    I have a custom water-cooling loop installed in my computer, what did you need to know?

    I built it myself, put all parts together installed it and everything.
     

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