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    Help me back into the world of watercooling

    Now im working again tis time to get some decent cooling on the go, ive ordered the chassis that will hold my next beast, a full tower Cheiftec (black) with 3 120mm fan holes at the top for this rad :



    Overkill I know but thats sort of the aim of this project

    For the CPU block im going for the Dirty Den (Danger den) RBX
    Maze 4 for the GPU and the Z chipset block.

    Prolly get a bay res as its tidyer.

    Not sure though about the pump and relay? is there a powerfull pump that powers from molex? as this will mean less hassle with realy as the pump will automaticly come on with pc.

    Cheers in advance for advice
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    Actualy just spotted the Danger Den pump that seems to be powered from molex, using that should mean I dont need any sort of relay right?
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    The DangerDan pump can be powered by the molex connector so no relay required and you can control voltage the pump running at with a rheobus. I think 6v to get it running and you can go up to 18v.

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    sweet, no need for volt control, full volts all the way
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    Maybe checkout some reviews of the Z chipset block I've been told it's a flow killer, you,re probably better off with a northpole or swifttech chipset heatsink.

    For the CPU, checkout the Dangerden TDX.
    http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/sho...eadid=17217045

    I prefer the dtek LRWW block to the DangerDan RBX

    I've got the pelt version of the DangerDan GPU block and it's got a 80w pelt which can be run of powerful PSU. It's a good block.

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    Nice rad Platinum. I wouldn't worry about overkill, the rad is probably the most overlooked part of most watercoolinhg systems. As long as your waterblocks are reasonably efficient then you have to make sure you can radiate all that heat .

    Thishttp://www.overclock.co.uk/customer/...=17372&cat=538 pump will run off a molex and looks quite good. I have no experience with it myself but the specs seem very good.

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