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

    Can you check that basic setup -

    1. CPU EK Water Blocks EK-Supreme HF Acetal http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...939-XEON-.html
    2.Radiator Swiftech MCR220-XP eXtreme Performance Radiator 240 - Black http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...0---Black.html
    3. Pump+reservoir XSPC X2O 750 Dual 5.25 Bay reservoir pump http://www.aquatuning.de/product_inf...voir-pump.html

    Any suggestions ?
    That setup would be better than Corsair H100 ?

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

    The EK block is great and is high flow. The swifttech is also good and relatively high flow. So, even though I did not find much beyond the review here http://www.pureoverclock.com/review.php?id=889&page=8 about the pump/res what I did find seems to support these findings and suggest that this will do a good job and will cool things better than the h100
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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    Also look at the Apogee HD or XT rev. 2. They are better blocks than the EK.

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

    the combination would be fine together.

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

    Drdeath; That may be in some scenarios but they are also considerably more restrictive. In view of the pump selected being similar in output to a D5 on position 3 my choice would be to stick with the HF. Also worth considering is the fact that if there are issues around flow then the EK block has alternate jet plates available
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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    the combination would be fine together.
    Hey Deton, glad they gave you a day out of the Psych ward!

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

    I am not sure about radiator, I believe that better have high flow one, but cant find decent specifications on net....
    And what jet plates for HF will do ?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    That may be in some scenarios but they are also considerably more restrictive. In view of the pump selected being similar in output to a D5 on position 3 my choice would be to stick with the HF. Also worth considering is the fact that if there are issues around flow then the EK block has alternate jet plates available
    that what I said. If he pairs the XSPC pump/res with Apogee XT or with another GPU block then I would suggest another product.

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

    Yeah sorry Deton my reply was to Drdeath (edited)

    @ Doomas: The latest HF's come with no.1 plate installed which gives the best cooling but you can purchase a kit of other plates later if you feel the need

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    Moving to an altogether better rad like the xspc rx which would also suit is going to add 30euros and much more thickness
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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    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.

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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.
    Case will be CM Storm Trooper, that why I was looking for dual radiator... That mean Swiftech MCR220-XP eXtreme Performance Radiator 240 will be sufficient to do the job ? or better look for XSPC RX

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    if space limited then go with XP, the RX is double thickness. Yes the XP is capable to handle the CPU but bigger rad surfaces are better cooling.

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

    I need wait the case and then measure the distances... manufacture instructions says that 2x120 or 2x140 radiator ready.. but better measure clearance with mobo installed.

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    Good idea. If you also measure the distance between the top of the board and the top of the case inside I would be interested to know if a phobya 200 would fit at the top. Such a rad would have the area of a triple rad which is desirable although not strictly necessary
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    Default Re: Cheap, but enough powerful water cooling to handle LGA2011 overclock

    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.

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

    The XSPC X20 750 should work good if you don't plan on adding to many blocks into your system, I would get the Swiftech HD over the XT Rev 2, The HD block as better flow.. I also try to get the largest rad as possible if you can like Denton mentioned.

    I was just like you when I was going to water cool my AMD CPU and I get great temps.
    My set-up is XSPC X20 > XSPC EX360 > Swiftech HD (black) > EK-FC6970 > XSPC X20
    my temps don't go over 30c idle (normally sits around 25-28c, full load never over 40c. I also have my fans set-up in push pull..

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