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Help With a medium buget watercooling gaming build

Postby AwesomeRecover » Mon Apr 15, 2013 11:00 am

Hey Guys,

I am new to the forums, and this will be my first post. I am NOT new to hardware though. I am pretty experienced. I am going to need help on a watercooling build. I know an average amount on watercooling. I am not quite sure what fittings to get though. I will list the parts of the build:

Intel i5 3570k CPU
MSI G45 Motherboard
Corsair 8gb LP RAM
Samsung 840 120gb SSD
Western Digital 1TB Caviar Black HDD
Sapphire 7870XT GPU
Coolermaster Storm Scout 2 (black) Case
Rosewill Hive 750watt modular PSU
Asus DVD Burner
Windows 7 premium OS

--Watercooling--

EK Supreme LTX CPU Block
Swiftech "eXtreme" dual 120mm Radiator
6 feet of PrimoChill PrimoFlex 1/2 3/4 tubing (UV Blue)
XSPC Dual 5.25 Bay Resivor w/ MCP655 integreted pump
x 8 Swiftech "lokseal" compression fittings

NOTE: I am only doing CPU Cooling for now. So will the fittings work? Do I need that much tubing also. I think I only need 6 fittings, but so far people have recommened getting 2 extra just in case. Thanks in advance guys and happy overclocking!
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Postby AwesomeRecover » Mon Apr 15, 2013 11:50 am

seriously, no replies :(
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Postby evasive » Mon Apr 15, 2013 10:30 pm

within the hour... this is all volunteers in here, we have a life.

anyway, skip the Rosewill, get something with a decent brand like Corsair, Seasonic or OCZ.
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Postby AwesomeRecover » Tue Apr 16, 2013 7:17 am

evasive wrote:within the hour... this is all volunteers in here, we have a life.

anyway, skip the Rosewill, get something with a decent brand like Corsair, Seasonic or OCZ.


Yeah, on some other forums I got recommended a seasonic. Its $90 and its 750watt, 80 plus bronze, and fully modular :D
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