I am looking forward to build a new computer and want to setup water cooling on it. I have few experiences in building brand new computers from the scratch. I am aware about assembling peripherals in any manner and do some modification if required. I want to install Ivy Bridge CPU. It could be i5-3570 or i7-3770. I will look into their reviews first and then decide. I donít mind of spend extra $100 on hyperthreading and some other things. But I need to get water cooled on the processor and also on the GTX 680 GPU. I am also planning to add one more GTX 680 and run it on SLI mode. So I have to create or configure a system which is capable to handle all those things. In watercooling, the main thing comes with radiator and the pump. I would like to make whole water cooling system as a single loop. I donít know about dual loop and I really donít want to do any kind of modification to the case. So I am thinking about adding 3x120 radiators. Below are some parts which I have selected for watercooling setup:
- Pump: Swiftech MCP35X
- CPU Block: XSPC Raystorm
- GPU Block: EVGA Hydrocopper,
- Radiator: XSPC RX360
If you have any suggestions over these parts and about their results, donít forget to reply below this thread.