How much did you want to spend???
I will be a Q6600 G0 (if the damn thing ever gets here)I don't know what CPU you have but it should be enought
I just noticed in an earlier post that you are under the impression that I am trying to cool an 8800GTX. I'm actually trying to cool a factory OCed 8800 Ultra. Will the air cool I picked out effectively cool that card? I probably won't try to push the factor OC any farther.It should cool down your card
I really conldn't give you a yes no answer for those questionsI will be a Q6600 G0 (if the damn thing ever gets here)
I just noticed in an earlier post that you are under the impression that I am trying to cool an 8800GTX. I'm actually trying to cool a factory OCed 8800 Ultra. Will the air cool I picked out effectively cool that card? I probably won't try to push the factor OC any farther.
On extreme systems (forum a guy sells WaterKegs(totaly custom) for a pretty cheap priceI have decided, for various reasons that I'm going to give up in my current WC system and start fresh. I just don't think there is enough room in my case to easily install an internal kit and the case comes with ports for an external one so I thought I might try that. Does anyone know of a good external WC that will keep an OC'ed Q6600 and G8800 Ultra cool?
I've heard it said that a good air cooling system can match the performance of a WC system, is this true. I have particularly high ambient room temps which is why I decided on WC in the first place.
I don't know the difference between those pumps, mounting it externally is fine, there are kit to help with mounting it externallywhat is the difference from an external fresh water aquarium pump and a WC pump? There is no way that one of those larger rads will fit in my case, can/should they be mounted externally? If so, will they come with the hardware to do so because the rad I have didn't.
looks greatOk, how about this?
EK-FC8800GTX Full Cover Waterblock for nVidia 8800 GTX
(nickel plated was out of stock)
2x 120mm Scythe SY1225SL12M "Slip Stream" Case Fan (68.54 CFM, 24 dBA)
Swiftech MCR-320 "Quiet Power" Series Radiator - Black
Laing D5 Basic/Swiftech MCP655-B Inline 12V DC Pump
Copper TDX Block for Intel 775 Processors
Danger Den Bay Reservoir High-Density Polyethylene
I already have clamps,tubing, ect. Will this setup cool my system