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    XSPC X2O 750 Dual Bay Reservoir and Pump V4 & XSPC EX240 Crossflow Radiator
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    Will these be enough to cool my GPUs? Feel free to suggest or whatsoever.. thanks!

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    Default Re: Will these be enough to cool my GTX 580 SLI?

    Cool them, yes, but not well. SLI 580s are just beyond a 240's capacity. Opt for the 360, or at least the 280, if you can.

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    Default Re: Will these be enough to cool my GTX 580 SLI?

    Yeah. 580s can run a little warm, if you plan on cooling your CPU also, go with a 480 if your case can hold one, if your only going to cool your 580s, then go with the 360 like Earth mentioned
    Last edited by Doctor_Death; 04-12-2012 at 08:36.
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    Default Re: Will these be enough to cool my GTX 580 SLI?

    it depends on what temp you want to achieve, if you want the load temp below 60°c then get 360mm.

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    Default Re: Will these be enough to cool my GTX 580 SLI?

    Well this was originally what I was planing on getting.. but now that you guys mentioned it I'll go browse for a 360.. thanks heaps.. BTW will I be able to fit a 360 rad on a Corsair Graphite 600TM case?.

    Screenshot below is what i originally plan on getting..


    Well my purpose is just for daily use cooling or gaming.. i dont really switch my computer off.. lol its either gaming or downloading when im sleeping xD so yeah


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    Default Re: Will these be enough to cool my GTX 580 SLI?

    This kit is nice because it has the D5 pump, a decent radiator, and a great water block: XSPC Raystorm Extreme Universal CPU Watercooling Kit w/ EX360 Radiator/D5 Pump/Res Products Model: XSPC-EXT-WC-KIT-EX360-D5 [XSPC-EXT-WC-KIT-EX360-D5] : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come

    I doubt this will fit in a 600T though. You are likely going to need a new case for watercooling. Take a look at the NZXT Switch 810 or a Corsair 800D. Both are excellent choices.
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    Default Re: Will these be enough to cool my GTX 580 SLI?

    [QUOTE=SamCR3;144061]This kit is nice because it has the D5 pump, a deadiator, and a great water block: XSPC Raystorm Extreme Universal CPU Watercooling Kit w/ EX360 Radiator/D5 Pump/Res Products Model: XSPC-EXT-WC-KIT-EX360-D5 [XSPC-EXT-WC-KIT-EX360-D5] : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come
    Are u implying this ex360 35mm thick rad can match up to a monsta rad at 86mm thick in cooling performance
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    Default Re: Will these be enough to cool my GTX 580 SLI?

    the alpha cool rad are at a diff level of performance due to its size, the thing that sucks is that not all cases can fit that type of thickness rad.. But the EX360 does a good job for a radiator of its size..

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    Default Re: Will these be enough to cool my GTX 580 SLI?

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    the alpha cool rad are at a diff level of performance due to its size, the thing that sucks is that not all cases can fit that type of thickness rad.. But the EX360 does a good job for a radiator of its size..
    So can this EX360 with D5 cool an oced i7-970 & 2 580 SLI?Supposing ambients like 30c,non air conditioned room,high humidity like Singapore current climate,nzxt switch 810 can have it sitting on top bay
    Will these be enough to cool my GTX 580 SLI?-sany0316.jpg
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