Windows 10: Future Upgrades and Water Cooling Plans

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  1. Cliff S's Avatar
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       21 Jul 2018 #11
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  2.    21 Jul 2018 #12

    Cool! I'll give it a read tonight.
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  3.    21 Jul 2018 #13

    Cool! Just read through it, definitely just re-assured what all the reviewers have been saying! Definitely going to be getting the kit with the 360 rad and 240 rad. 240 will be in the top and 360 in the front. I will just have to buy some of that cryo-liquid stuff and distilled water if I can find it where I live.
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  4. Cliff S's Avatar
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       22 Jul 2018 #14

    N00berG00ber said: View Post
    Cool! Just read through it, definitely just re-assured what all the reviewers have been saying! Definitely going to be getting the kit with the 360 rad and 240 rad. 240 will be in the top and 360 in the front. I will just have to buy some of that cryo-liquid stuff and distilled water if I can find it where I live.
    Distilled water should be at the supermarket at least(or automotive store).
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  5.    22 Jul 2018 #15

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Distilled water should be at the supermarket at least(or automotive store).
    I would hope so, but it's Japan... Lol
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       22 Jul 2018 #16

    Paying extra for a copper system is well worth the extra money. Never mix metals because you will get more corrosion and copper cools better. See (My System Specs) These two systems are copper, and the previous systems were also copper.

    Keep Notes.

    Keeping notes is very important.

    It helps you to compare what parts go with what. I also keep notes of what part I find on what website.
    I always choose radiators the are the biggest I can fit in the case that have a method to route tubing.
    It's helpful to draw pictures of your case and where hardware will be placed. Take measurement and note on your picture.
    One must make sure thing will fit before spending all that money.

    I have found that research and planning ahead is well worth the time. Planning ahead will also give you a good idea on what fitting will be needed. Fittings can be very costly. Also make sure you have a easy method of draining your system when needed.
    I use push/pull fans but have found that its worth a couple of degrees.

    I can go on for ever. These are just a few ideas to get you started.

    I use (XSPC) as much as I can. Just because they have always worked well for me.


    Jack
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  7.    03 Aug 2018 #17

    Well, looks like Intel 10nm CPUs won't hit until end or mid 2019. So I'll be buying all my upgrades as soon as they come in stock and just wait until those CPUs come out. 😀
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  8.    03 Aug 2018 #18

    I can't state this enough! I don't care if the liquid is conductive or non conductive:


    ​ELECTRONICS & LIQUID DO NOT MIX! YOU ARE ASKING FOR A DISASTER!!!
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  9.    03 Aug 2018 #19

    vgkfan83 said: View Post
    I can't state this enough! I don't care if the liquid is conductive or non conductive:


    ​ELECTRONICS & LIQUID DO NOT MIX! YOU ARE ASKING FOR A DISASTER!!!
    I've had water coolers in my PCs for years! Lol

    Anyway all new parts ordered! So within the next few weeks I'll be building. I'll change the name once I upgrade the CPU and Mobo. I'll post pics when done!
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       04 Aug 2018 #20

    Hi,
    Yep is kind of funny :)
    Just make sure all connections are fitted properly and leak test as recommended and all should be fine
    Still believe you should get at least a better pump :)
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