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    I will probably upgrade my MB soon and would want to watercool that too.
    With my current single loop the CPU gets really hot up to 89C on one of the cores running Prime.

    I have one 360 Rad and one 120 Rad, I could fit a 140 Rad aswell. But Im not sure how I would set it up. Should I have the 360 to cool my i7 920 C0 (and possibly M or GTX 480? And would the 120 Rad be able to cool any of them by itself or would I need to get a 140 Rad too?

    I would appreciate any comments as I don't want to redo my loops too many times, no matter how fun I think it is to build, I like to use the PC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoatNapp3r View Post
    I will probably upgrade my MB soon and would want to watercool that too.
    what board are you going to get and how hard are you planning to push the board?

    The reason I'm asking because X58 doesn't really WC the mobo unless you do extreme overclocking. So it's not necessary to water cooling the board, good case's air flow are enough.

    Quote Originally Posted by GoatNapp3r View Post
    With my current single loop the CPU gets really hot up to 89C on one of the cores running Prime.
    I know you have a single loop but something is wrong.
    What are your loop flow order and the pump?

    Quote Originally Posted by GoatNapp3r View Post
    I have one 360 Rad and one 120 Rad, I could fit a 140 Rad aswell. But Im not sure how I would set it up. Should I have the 360 to cool my i7 920 C0 (and possibly M or GTX 480? And would the 120 Rad be able to cool any of them by itself or would I need to get a 140 Rad too?
    No you don't really need to add on another rad unless you want to include the mobo.
    If you decide to do two loops, you still can only use the existing rads you have. No need the third one.

    I'll show you how when I have enough info about your setup.

    Quote Originally Posted by GoatNapp3r View Post
    I would appreciate any comments as I don't want to redo my loops too many times, no matter how fun I think it is to build, I like to use the PC.
    I know what you mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    what board are you going to get and how hard are you planning to push the board?

    The reason I'm asking because X58 doesn't really WC the mobo unless you do extreme overclocking. So it's not necessary to water cooling the board, good case's air flow are enough.
    I was thinking about Asus Rampage III Extreme, and watercooling more for the looks than anything else. I'm pretty sure I will OC as much as I dare.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    I know you have a single loop but something is wrong.
    What are your loop flow order and the pump?
    Res - pump - 360 Rad - CPU - 120 Rad - GPU - back to Res
    The pump is Laing DDC, not sure if its the 1T or 1T/pluss


    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    No you don't really need to add on another rad unless you want to include the mobo.
    If you decide to do two loops, you still can only use the existing rads you have. No need the third one.

    I'll show you how when I have enough info about your setup.
    That would be sweet, I could post a pic of the Watercooling setup I have when I get home.

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    I have a similar ASUS MB (P6T DX v2) & since I put in 2 4870X2 cards & am OCing my i7 920
    I went with 2 separate loops each with separate pumps, tri-rads etc.

    I have the full MB & CPU EK kits & the EK full blocks for the GPU cards.

    All run cool as a cucumber when gaming under full settings.

    Next week I will finally be trying the OCing of the CPU from 3.66 to 4.0

    The guys here really helped me with this setup

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    Doug, GTX 470 runs warm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Doug, GTX 470 runs warm.
    you are getting become an old fart!

    He has HD4870s not GTX 470

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    you are getting become an old fart!

    He has HD4870s not GTX 470

    I'm sorry Deton but you must be getting old as he clearly states he has 480 :

    Quote Originally Posted by GoatNapp3r View Post
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    Should I have the 360 to cool my i7 920 C0 (and possibly M or GTX 480?
    tut tut

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    @Goat; FYI, I'm currently run a 120.1 on GTX480 @ 852/4000 without any issue. This depend on the temps you want to achieve. Furmark load temps is in early 70s (worse case scenario), it's must cooler in gaming and this is depend on the ambient temps as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Doug, GTX 470 runs warm.
    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt View Post
    I'm sorry Deton but you must be getting old as he clearly states he has 480 :



    tut tut
    LMAO...Geralt you are another old fart too.

    Drdeath was refering to Doug and Doug has two 4870, it's not GTX480.

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    Ok, so you suggest the 360 Rad for my CPU and maybe MB if/when I upgrade and the single 120 Rad for the GTX 480?

    And lol about the confusion in here

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoatNapp3r View Post
    Ok, so you suggest the 360 Rad for my CPU and maybe MB if/when I upgrade and the single 120 Rad for the GTX 480?

    And lol about the confusion in here
    I just gave you an idea that you don't have to add on another 140 rad. My guess is your overclock 480 cause heat dump into the loop or the pump is not strong enough.

    Let's assuming you WC the new mobo then you can use the 360 to cool the CPU and MOBO but most WC users would suggest you to use it for the GTX480. Then the single 120 is not enough for the job then you have get biger rad (at least another 240).

    So if you are decide to do two loops then all you have to do is get another pump and reservoir and use the 120 to cool the GTX480. But its temps will be around 70ish degree for load (100%) with the overclock of course. And if you want to drop another 10C then you can use a 360 to chill the GTX480.

    IMO, you don't really need to have the graphics card temp to be at that low because they designed to operate at high temperature. All the above temps, I was talking about at 100% load so in real world situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    @Goat; FYI, I'm currently run a 120.1 on GTX480 @ 852/4000 without any issue. This depend on the temps you want to achieve. Furmark load temps is in early 70s (worse case scenario), it's must cooler in gaming and this is depend on the ambient temps as well.
    Hi older fartie!

    The heat dissapation chart in our forum shows a 120.3 is too small for a 480

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    I meant 480 on prev. I hate this biotch blacberry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Hi older fartie!

    The heat dissapation chart in our forum shows a 120.3 is too small for a 480
    pardon moi for my old age memory...what chart were you talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    pardon moi for my old age memory...what chart were you talking about?

    Dah! You wrote it!!! LOL... The 480 put out almost double 250 more watts..... Overclocked probably more http://www.nvidia.com/object/product...tx_480_us.html


    http://forums.pureoverclock.com/showthread.php?t=2495
    Radiator Heat Dissipates Capacity Chart
    - Single 120.1 = 150w
    - Dual 120.2 = 300w
    - Triple 120.3 = 450w
    - Quad 120.4 = 600w
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    Maximum Graphics Card Power (W) 250W
    Minimum Recommended System Power (W) 600W

    So a 120.2 is enough If I read it right. But wouldn't the power of the fan play a part in how good it cools too? Besides, that guide was written in 08, does it apply as well to the Fermi?


    Now, which pump would you recommend then? I was thinking of getting the EK DCP 4.0 and the EK-Reservoir Combo DCP 4.0. Any thought on that idea? I hope that would fit inside my 800D, next to the GPU. And any ideas on better pump for the other loop?

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