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  1. #151
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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - *Non-Official Thread*

    Quote Originally Posted by oc nub View Post
    This is close to what I am using, you prices are high there, wow. Others may have better options for you. You will also need distilled water and some type of algaecide. You will also need to try and measure what length of tubing you will need. 3 meters should be plenty if you take good measurements before cutting the tube. These parts I listed are for cooling the cpu only, not the nb. And of course you will need fans.

    EK-Multioption Reservoir 150 Rev2 - $58.50 : PC Case Gear, Delivering quality computer parts Australia wide

    XSPC RX360 Radiator - $115.00 : PC Case Gear, Delivering quality computer parts Australia wide

    The Shopping Cart : PC Case Gear, Delivering quality computer parts Australia wide

    x4---- Bitspower G1/4 Silver Diamond 1/2 High Flow Fitting - $3.50 : PC Case Gear, Delivering quality computer parts Australia wide

    Swiftech Apogee XT CPU Waterblock - $99.00 : PC Case Gear, Delivering quality computer parts Australia wide

    Optional but I used this fan box with a 120mm inside it for mounting the rad to the back of the case. Swiftech MCB-120 Rev 2 Radbox Radiator/fan housing - Black

    Tygon 3603 Tubing 1/2 ID - $15.95 : PC Case Gear, Delivering quality computer parts Australia wide

    x8---- Norma Hose Clamp - $2.50 : PC Case Gear, Delivering quality computer parts Australia wide
    Thank you what do you think for Cards

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    Which one and what will i need beside blocks clamps...etc?

    And please others please jump in and help I have plenty good chips and OC lets try to do 1 good WC pc with Xfire 5870 video cards

    And thank you all

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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - *Non-Official Thread*

    I dont use water cooling for a gfx card, it is to much trouble when changing out hardware for me. Someone else may have a good suggestion.
    MSI X58 XPower
    i7-950
    Mushkin Radioactive 1600 c6 @1000mhz 6 9 6 24

    XSPC rx360, mcp655, apogee XT, ek multioption res150, scythe 133cfm's
    HD5870
    Corsair AX1200

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    Quote Originally Posted by itman064 View Post
    Thank you what do you think for Cards

    Search Results : PC Case Gear, Delivering quality computer parts Australia wide
    Which one and what will i need beside blocks clamps...etc?

    And please others please jump in and help I have plenty good chips and OC lets try to do 1 good WC pc with Xfire 5870 video cards

    And thank you all
    Hi mate,

    I live in Australia as well and I found that its much cheaper to order from the US for water cooling gear. Somewhere like sidewinder computers or jab-tech. Shipping is pretty quick as well. I normally get my stuff in about 3-4 business days.
    Rackmounted Liquid Rocks!!!
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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - *Non-Official Thread*

    for your gpu waterblock try

    EK HD 5870 Acrylic Full Cover VGA Water Block [] VGA Blocks

    they ship worldwide but i dont know if its gonna be cheaper than the u.s
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    Quote Originally Posted by R3alsp33dy0ne View Post
    Hi mate,

    I live in Australia as well and I found that its much cheaper to order from the US for water cooling gear. Somewhere like sidewinder computers or jab-tech. Shipping is pretty quick as well. I normally get my stuff in about 3-4 business days.
    Tnx two great links!!

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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - *Non-Official Thread*

    Quote Originally Posted by R3alsp33dy0ne View Post
    Hi mate,

    I live in Australia as well and I found that its much cheaper to order from the US for water cooling gear. Somewhere like sidewinder computers or jab-tech. Shipping is pretty quick as well. I normally get my stuff in about 3-4 business days.
    Thank you again for the links and i decided IF with your help guys i will get all here

    Liquid Cooled CPU Water Blocks

    Now as I have said i am new to WC ,
    GA-X58-UD7
    2XHD 5870
    I7 920
    Antec 1200 That should do if you guys need more info let me know.

    What i am asking to make me a shoping list from the above web page as i think i can get all there for my WC.

    Please don't be shy, Give me full shoping list down to the last screw + extra as a clamp or screw, nuts, fitting up or down or coupple of cm tubing more. I am NOOB with WC so shoping list will be big help.
    Thanks guys

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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - *Non-Official Thread*

    Quote Originally Posted by itman064 View Post
    Thank you again for the links and i decided IF with your help guys i will get all here

    Liquid Cooled CPU Water Blocks

    Now as I have said i am new to WC ,
    GA-X58-UD7
    2XHD 5870
    I7 920
    Antec 1200 That should do if you guys need more info let me know.

    What i am asking to make me a shoping list from the above web page as i think i can get all there for my WC.

    Please don't be shy, Give me full shoping list down to the last screw + extra as a clamp or screw, nuts, fitting up or down or coupple of cm tubing more. I am NOOB with WC so shoping list will be big help.
    Thanks guys
    Liquid Cooling - XtremeSystems Forums
    This link is a good starting point for you to do some research before building. You will learn more this way, rather than have someone pick all your parts for you.
    Good luck with your new build, it is a lot of fun.
    MSI X58 XPower
    i7-950
    Mushkin Radioactive 1600 c6 @1000mhz 6 9 6 24

    XSPC rx360, mcp655, apogee XT, ek multioption res150, scythe 133cfm's
    HD5870
    Corsair AX1200

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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - *Non-Official Thread*

    Quote Originally Posted by oc nub View Post
    Liquid Cooling - XtremeSystems Forums
    This link is a good starting point for you to do some research before building. You will learn more this way, rather than have someone pick all your parts for you.
    Good luck with your new build, it is a lot of fun.
    O I will pick my parts just some help if anyone wouldn't mind that would be welcome the more versions the better
    Thank you

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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - *Non-Official Thread*

    I had this mobo for about 3 weeks now and I am mostly happy with it. I mildly have OCed my i7 960 to 4 GHZ (25*160) and paired it with 12 Gb of Corsair Dominator 1600 (10*160).
    Idle temps : 40C, Prime 95 Load Temps : 65C (On Apogee XT water cooler).

    One item that is a mild bother : when starting the system (from power off), it takes over 20 seconds before I the POST sequence starts on my monitor. On my previous mobos I usually see activity in under 10 seconds. Is this normal with this board ? (to have to wait over 20 seconds before the POST sequence start on the monitor?)

    System
    mobo : GA-X58A-UD7
    CPU : i7 960 @ 4 GHz (160*25)
    Memory : 12 Gb Corsair Dominator 1600
    Cooling: Apogee XT
    PSU : Corsait hx1000 (1000W)
    GPUs: Nvidia GTX 280 (primary monitor), Nvidia 8800GT (2nd and 3rd monitor)
    HDDs : Patriot Torqx (OS), WD Velociratpor (working partition), 3x1.5 Tb Seagate (storage), 1x2 Tb Hitachi (storage)
    Optical : BluRay GGC-H20L
    Case : Thermaltake Armor+

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    Default Re: GA-X58A-UD7 - *Non-Official Thread*

    "when starting the system (from power off), it takes over 20 seconds before I the POST sequence starts on my monitor. On my previous mobos I usually see activity in under 10 seconds. Is this normal with this board ?"

    Same for me and I've tried changing power supply, video card, memory, disabling all unused motherboard devices and original F2 and beta F3g bios. Nothing seems to help!
    Last edited by GazzL; 01-12-2010 at 04:10 PM.

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