Intel Q6600 Kentsfield (Socket 775 as I'm sure you know)
EVGA GTX 275
Case: Coolermaster Cosmos (Already modified to fit a 120.3 radiator)
Thermochill PA120.3 Radiator
After procrastinating in doing my water cooling for like 8 or 9 months, I'm finally going to finish it. I've got a Thermochill PA120.3 radiator already, so I'm looking for pretty much everything else. I believe I know the CPU block that I want, so I'm looking out for my pumps, GPU block, tubing, fittings, reservoir, etc.
The reason behind two pumps, maybe I'm stupid in a way, is redundancy. If one fails, my system should still flow and not fry my equipment.
The CPU block that I'm looking at is a DD MC-TDX. I'm looking to OC my processor 500-800MHz, so I"m looking for something good. I am slightly hesitant on this block due to it involving a lot of acrylic. I've had bad experiences with blocks that have an acrylic top, in the past.http://www.dangerden.com/store/product. ... =92&page=1
I haven't the slightest clue what blocks fit the GTX 275 since they're new, and I'm even still waiting for mine to arrive.
Also I'm probably looking out for 1/2" fittings. I think I'll be purchasing those from DD also.
Any more tips such as placement of this stuff in my case would be appreciated! The only thing that I can say, is I'll be hanging the radiator from the top.
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