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Consulting regarding water cooling for the processor, etc. screen


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Hello everyone,

Planning to renovate soon, the designated parts are 9 5900X together with any version of 3080,

Planning to use water cooling, and I would be happy to explain the realization of optimal possibilities to cool the CPU and video card with the help of water. Whether a number of radiators, or a few loops, and perhaps an explanation in general if you have the patience and knowledge????

For that matter, this is bFull tower case

Thank you very much for the helpers

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This is about the most common case for water cooling today. There are a million builds done (and continue to be done) on reddit / r / watercooling.

It is quite flexible and gives you an option for up to three 360 ​​(or 2 and distro plate) radiators.

As for some loops, I would not go for two, the difference is very negligible if at all. Although you divide the heat sources into two separate loops, but also reduces the space of the radiators per loop, adds more pump and more complications ... especially since it sounds like your first time, go for simplicity.

I would suggest (assuming there is no budget issue), go for two 360, front distro plate, one loop.

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