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    Default Watercooling

    Hello,

    I am wanting to go for an all watercooled setup, gpu and cpu, but i've never attempted anything like this before, so i was looking for pointers.

    I found this guide and it seems pretty thorough, and these are the parts i wanted to get.

    EK supreme hf nickel
    thermochill pa120.3 + 120.2
    laing d5 vario
    ek 480gtx nickel full cover block
    1/2 ID hose
    not sure on the reservoir yet
    kill coil
    distilled water
    compression fittings all round

    Please check out my choices and help guide me in the right direction, thanks.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Watercooling

    thank you, i will have a read of those too

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    Default Re: Watercooling

    Good luck choosing and setting it all up, looks like you have already made some great choices anyway so I think you are good to go!

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    Default Re: Watercooling

    Wonder if you are willing to try the water-cooled RAM from Kingston. The triple channel kit: KHX2000C9AD3W1K6/6GX(6GB DDR3 2000MHz CL9-10-9-27 @ 1.65v)

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    Default Re: Watercooling

    Thanks for the links, I was also looking for some helpful tips. Again thanks

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    Default Re: Watercooling

    Glad to know it's helpful. Are you planning to build up a water-cooled system?

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    Yeah , but if money would be a problem then I would have to stick to watercooling kits like the larkooler. I've read that it also performs well.

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