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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    yes, RX rad is one of the best value/performance rad in its class. However, there's one thing you should considering; if you're planing to do internal installation make sure you have room for it.

    Swiftech XP rads are little better than their standard QP series.

    I just notice you pick the dual rad, if your case has room then it is better to go with 360mm size, this give you headroom of cooling power. Believe me, when you started to get into DIY setup then you will want to do the upgrading.
    You talking about this one - right ? http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...-Radiator.html

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    I just realized it now. You were asking about LGA2011. Are you talking about SB-E six cores right?

    If it is the case then I would go with the biggest rad that is can fit in your case.
    From info from google that I can find - Storm Trooper only good for dual radiator without modding the case, unfortunately...
    Yes, I planning to go for
    Intel Core i7 3930K (LGA 2011)

    Solara2xb - I am just planning go for CPU water cooling. You mean this one ? http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...D---Black.html
    Is more expensive then EK Water Blocks EK-Supreme HF Acetal - almost double price.. it is worthwhile that money ?

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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    the cpu block linked is About the same performance as HF but is higher restriction
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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    Had a look around at blocks for lower flow systems and IF I were selecting a block to go with this pump I would choose the xspc Raystorm

    http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...1155-2011.html

    The use of plastics might not be for everybody but for performance and flow rate it hits the nail on the head

    Need to know more about what will fit before advising on rads
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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    Thanks - great help on this forum from all you
    I will take note about this CPU block, and its looks nice too. Soon my case will arrive I will check for size of radiator that will fit to case.. unfortunately I will do not have mobo by this time, but I can have some idea just looking into the case and mounting holes for mobo

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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    Raystorm is another good block. You can get a complete kit for XSPC for a kick-ass price. Speaking of mobo, just want to let you know the LGA2011 is E-ATX form so make sure your case support it.

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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    CM Storm Trooper supporting Micro-ATX, ATX, XL-ATX motherboard formats.

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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    Quote Originally Posted by Doomas View Post
    You talking about this one - right ? http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...-Radiator.html


    From info from google that I can find - Storm Trooper only good for dual radiator without modding the case, unfortunately...
    Yes, I planning to go for
    Intel Core i7 3930K (LGA 2011)

    Solara2xb - I am just planning go for CPU water cooling. You mean this one ? http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...D---Black.html
    Is more expensive then EK Water Blocks EK-Supreme HF Acetal - almost double price.. it is worthwhile that money ?
    Yes, that is the block I am talking about. Not sure on the EK Block since I have no experience with it. When i was shopping for my new CPU block I was looking at the EK HF as well and in the end after reading allot of the reviews and benches I choose the Apogee HD. I figure the block cost more but has some of the extra features (extra ports) that I may not need now, but if I do decide to upgrade later I don't have to buy a new block. I future proofed my self for something I may want to do later down the line.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Raystorm is another good block. You can get a complete kit for XSPC for a kick-ass price. Speaking of mobo, just want to let you know the LGA2011 is E-ATX form so make sure your case support it.
    Yes, The Raystorm is another good block and the XSPC kits are also kick ass for the price per performance. I built my friends PC with a XSPC kit and he can't be any happier.

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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    Ok, if radiator fits without any problem in case, I think that will be my components for Water Cooling >
    1. XSPC RS240 BLACK Dual Radiator http://www.aquatuning.de/product_info.php/info/p2284_XSPC-RS240-BLACK-Dual-Radiator.html

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    . XSPC RayStorm CPU Intel 775/1366/1156/1155/2011 http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...1155-2011.html

    3. XSPC X2O 750 Dual 5.25 Bay reservoir pump http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...voir-pump.html

    In total: 202 euro

    XSPC Rasa 750 RX240 WaterCooling Kit are on 204 euro but that complete kit, I want to do some customization...

    I am including in order :

    2 meters Koolance tubing 16/13mm (1/2"ID) UV-active blue http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...tive-blue.html, 6 of Koolance 16/13mm (ID 1/2" OD 5/8") compression fitting straight - black http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...t---black.html , 1 of 3mm twin ultra-bright blue http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...ight-blue.html, - 246 euros

    I need 2 fans for radiator, can you recommend some ? have to be PWM controlled 120mm Blue Led

    What you think about this 2 for the side of case - Phobya Nano-2G 12 PWM Silent 1500rpm Red LED Double Blade ( 120x120x25mm http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...25mm--.htmland this 2 for radiator - Zalman Fan ZM-F3 LED - blue ( 120x120x25mm ) http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...20x25mm--.html

    + Silver Coil
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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    I can recommend fans for radiators but as soon as you said "blue Led" all my knowledge is useless.... in fact even pwm means I have to check.
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    Have shot I am looking for visualization, but performance aspect is important for me is well

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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    Quote Originally Posted by Doomas View Post
    Have shot I am looking for visualization, but performance aspect is important for me is well
    All my Rad fans are blue led.

    But they are Scythe high speed and cfm fans so loud, if not controlled.

    I run them through a FC-2 controller so not bad at all.
    Don't know if could replace them if ever went bad as can't find them as to speed.cfm and LED anymore.

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    CM Storm Trooper have fan controller in bundle, that why I probably will go for Phobya Nano-2G 12 PWM Silent 1500rpm Red LED Double Blade and Zalman Fan ZM-F3 LED - blue, they are RPM controllable...

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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    Just to let you know, if you use UV tubing and coloured LED, the UV is not going to work. You need UV light for it to glows.

    And do you know how to use silver coil?

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    I know about UV light, I have in HAF 932 build, and Silver Coil is well, I just put this coil in reservoir.. I know that coil can be put in tubing.. that right ?

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    silver coil is biocide, it's not anti corrosion. Most WaCo made from combination of copper, brass, nickle...etc., therefore corrosion will occur overtime in the loop. Also if you have nickle plated block or fittings in the loop, the silver coil generate battery in straight pure water. Therefore, all the plating material will eventually peel off and start to corrode.

    So, if you do want to use silver coil with distilled water, I would suggest you to put in a couple drops of anti-corrosion addictive in the system.

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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    Thanks Denton, I was thinking that Silver Coil have to provide full protection .... Can you try to find any anti-corrosion addictive in www.aquatuning.de and drop a link for me ?

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