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User Info: BIGGESTPS3FAN

BIGGESTPS3FAN
3 years ago#1
I would need it for my 2 7970s and my 3570k. I don't even know where to start on this, but I would like some help in picking parts out. Is that a doable price or do I need to go higher?
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User Info: Caspernomnom

Caspernomnom
3 years ago#2
You might wanna do some research if you dont even know where to start first...

Check out FrozenCPU.com though
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User Info: Snuckie7

Snuckie7
3 years ago#3
Poke around on the water cooling forums on OCN and read all the stickies.

For starters, you need these parts for a loop:
Reservoir
Pump
Tubing
Radiators
GPU/CPU Blocks
Fittings
Coolant

$500-600 will get you a very nice custom loop.
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User Info: YukitoRambo

YukitoRambo
3 years ago#4
That's a HUGE budget just to cool those parts up...

Is the price that way because it cools both CPU and GPU or...?

How much of performance increase can one expect with that kind of cooling solution? What about bang-for-buck?
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chrono625
3 years ago#5
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User Info: urtv

urtv
3 years ago#6
might as well sell the 7970s and get 2 290x and watercool those

User Info: imickeyyy

imickeyyy
3 years ago#7
Go to overclock.net

There are lots of considerations you have to make such as:

how many rads, what type of rads (high fin vs low fin density, etc.), depending on whether you want high RPM or low RPM fans.

What your case can accomodate

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