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Thread: getting watercooled with Q6600




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    Red face getting watercooled with Q6600

    I got an Asus P5k & Q6600@2.7 at the moment (60 Load) (GO Rev.)
    Mems are 2x1Gb Kingston 667Mhz (I know this mems will not go so far....)

    And got an insane pump Newjet 1700L/h!!
    The tube diameter in the pump is 17mm inside, 20mm outside
    It will fit in the reservoir reducing the liquid used and circuit large
    I have also another pump 1100l/h which it's diameter is 12mm outside
    Anyone can help me on what block, what dual fan radiator to keep up whit that flows?

    Some recomendation on the configuration to increase the performance??
    What you'll do with that beastie pump?
    I attach a design of what I think it should be my ideal config.
    Thanks to all of you
    Last edited by gliterman; 03-29-2009 at 08:56 PM.

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    Default Re: getting watercooled with Q6600

    I'd go Res/Pump - Radiator - CPU Block - Res/Pump that will remove heat generated by the pump from the loop. For a CPU block I'd look at the Heatkiller 3.0 or EK-Supreme. As for a radiator I'm using a couple of heater cores from a 1967-1971 Ford Thunderbird. With the two I have more surface area than a quad radiator plus the cores are brass and copper instead of aluminum.

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