Best liquid cooling system I don't think that I'm going to liquid cool the chipset, RAM, PSU, or SSD (cause that seems useless), but I do want to liquid cool an intel 3930k (or higher) and maybe 2 GPUs.
I know that EVGA sells the card with the waterblock already installed, but the price is absolutely outrageous, plus I'd rather get the experience of installing it myself. I would just go with an EK or Koolance, but from what I understand EVGA does not make their oakley sunnies cards reference, so I'm pretty sure that I can't do that. A 3930k and 2 GPU's (presumably overclocked) will require a lot of rad space, more than a HAF X can handle internally (A 360mm and 120mm). A 3930k and 2 GPU's (presumably overclocked) will require a lot of rad space, more than a HAF X can handle internally (A 360mm and 120mm). Would I only need one radiator at the top of the case if I wanted to liquid cool this?I think that I only want to put one big radiator at the top of the case. I actually built a new rig for myself last month (with a 3930k and an ASUS Matrix 3GB graphics card). (and as I've mentioned before, it'd be preferable if it all fit inside the case.)And actually, the sticky was one of the reasons that I was looking at EK. Lutfij said: No, of course. I'm definitely not sold on anything (except for that raystorm CPU block I think.)Yes, finding a block for that card will be tricky, it looks like there are a lot of GPU only blocks, but then I'd have to figure out the cooling for the rest of the card. A radiator oakley blue that will fit in the top of the HAF X case (maybe blocking the optical drive bays), that can handle a single CPU and GPU (I have looked at XSPC and EK for this, both seem to have some great radiators, but I'm not sure what will fit.)b. A good loop order I do not know how to build a proper loop yet, the sticky thread didn't really touch on this. I was thinking to do this order. A good reservoir and pump? (I was going to fill the system with distilled water using a killcoil) I want to make sure that the pump has enough power though, will a D5 work well for a CPU and GPU?d. They flipped it 45 degrees on the AMD cards, sort of annoying. Like you said, I will have to sacrifice 1 or 2 ODDs, but that's not really a problem, this case has 6 slots, I'm pretty sure that's enough room. I only wanted to do 1 ODD anyway.
I am a refrigeration technician I build pc's as a hobby. Heat oakley sale off transfer is oakley green glasses everything with pc's, the theory is that water(glycol) transfers heat better its more dense especially since glycol is used to make equipment ( not pc's) below zero you have to have outlet and a inlet in laymen terms the heat has to be absorbed and replaced by cool and the radiator is where the heat is replaced by cool if you read on wiki basic heat transfer building your own cooling is far easier its just easier for me cause that's all I work on for career.
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