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    Default Will this setup work?

    will the
    Cooler Master Aquagate Max Universal Liquid Cooling Kit
    be able to handle this load?
    Danger Den MPC-680i Liquid Cooling nVidia 680i Intel Chipset Block
    2 Swiftech MCW60 VGA Water Blocks
    Koolance HD-57 Hydra-Pak Dual Hard Drive Liquid Cooling Block
    and 2 Thermaltake Aqua RX Series R1 Memory Liquid Cooling Blocks

    all help is appreciated

    you can find it all at frozencpu.com
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    Default Re: Will this setup work?

    I'd imagine it would be able to, although I don't really have any experience with liquid cooling yet.

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    Default Re: Will this setup work?

    yea I think so too but im just a bit worried I might have to add another pump or something
    Will

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    Default Re: Will this setup work?

    Why fork out for the Aquagate? You can use that cash to get yourself a 240mm radiator, a nice pump and a res for better performance. Probably cost ya a little bit more.
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    Default Re: Will this setup work?

    your putting to much into that loop, either go with 2 or skip the useless stuff like memory and hard drive cooling, they don 't need it. if your that worried then get heatsinks and fans for them.

    here is a setup that would work very good with all that you want, minus the chipsets, hard drives and ram.

    2x Swiftech MCW60 VGA cooler = 36.90
    1x Swiftech MCP655 Pump = 69.99
    1x D-tek FuZion = 49.95
    1x Swiftech MCR 320 rad 53.95
    1x Swiftech MicroRes = 16.99
    1x Swiftech HydrX = 2.99
    10x ClearFLEX 60 Tubing 1/2" ID / 3/4" OD = 8.90
    3x YATE LOON 120mm Case Fan = 9.45



    total = $286.06
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    Mobo: EVGA-NF68-A1 680i (P32) /AsRock Extreme6
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    HDD: OCZ 120GB Vertex4, Samsung evo 840 250GB
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    CPU & GPU: 3x Swiftech MCR320, 2x MCP655, MCW60 R2, Dtek Fuzion V2, 18 high speed yates @ 5v

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    Default Re: Will this setup work?

    That is a good system. Spawn swears by Swiftech stuff. The radiators are good but if you wanted to save money you could get an Alphacool NexXxos or maybe a HWLabs Black Ice, they perform quite well. Also I'm not a huge fan of the micro res, I would get a nice Danger Den drive bay res, more coolant, will help with temps.
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    Default Re: Will this setup work?

    I agree with tb4o on the res, wow that cuts my price in half thanks Plus they ship to canada!
    Will

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    Default Re: Will this setup work?

    yup, and i really should invest in water cooling and stop reading about it . once work picks up i think i will upgrade to it.

    and ya jabtech is nice enough to have good prices with shipping to canada!

    and i should point out there is a second version of the Dtek Fusion block but its 20 more.

    Dtek Fusion V2
    63.95


    and if you go with the older one its actually 49.99, i guess i should update my list
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    GPU: 9800GTX /GTX780 hydrocopper
    Ram: Samsung 4GB /gskill 16gb DDR3 1600
    Mobo: EVGA-NF68-A1 680i (P32) /AsRock Extreme6
    PSU: Enermax Galaxy 850Watt /EVGA 850 G2
    HDD: OCZ 120GB Vertex4, Samsung evo 840 250GB
    LCD: Samsung 32" LN32A450, Samsung 226BW 22" wide
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    CPU & GPU: 3x Swiftech MCR320, 2x MCP655, MCW60 R2, Dtek Fuzion V2, 18 high speed yates @ 5v

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    Default Re: Will this setup work?

    i noticed the only difference between a 24 rad and a 320 rad is $10
    Will

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    Default Re: Will this setup work?

    IF you have the room go for a 320mm rad. The difference between the D-Tek blocks is $10? I Australia they cost the same lol, $79.00.
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