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New Water Cooling System

Post #1 by richardjparsons » Fri Jun 24, 2016 10:37 am

As I've put my components in a new case (Thermaltake) only to find out the power switch doesn't work, and waiting for over a month for a replacement, I've finally lost my patience and am moving to become a Corsair customer.

As I am trying to reduce noise, could anyone suggest a CPU Water Cooler to go with a Carbide Quiet 600Q please? It's for a LGA1150 Socket.


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Re: New Water Cooling System

Post #2 by OverFienD » Fri Jun 24, 2016 11:52 am

Scan do good deals on refurbished all in one water coolers. I have bought two watercoolers from scan a h80 and a h80i and no problems. I think they are doing the h105 for £49..The only one thing I do is change the standard sp fans to aftermarket ones.
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Re: New Water Cooling System

Post #3 by richardjparsons » Fri Jun 24, 2016 1:14 pm

Bearing in mind its a 3.4 ghz cpu with no overclocking, will an h105 be ok mounted on bottom exiting air on carpet?
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Re: New Water Cooling System

Post #4 by OverFienD » Fri Jun 24, 2016 2:47 pm

Your case is designed for front mounted and bottom mounted watercoolers. 240-280mm front and 280-360mm on the bottom of the case..

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Re: New Water Cooling System

Post #5 by richardjparsons » Fri Jun 24, 2016 3:27 pm

Ok, cheers. Didn't realise the feet were that substantial so wanted to make sure there was enough through flow.

Much appreciated!
Intel i5 @ 3.4 Ghz with Noctua Cooler, 4 x 4 Gb Hyperx Blu, Asus 4 Gb GTX 970, Asus Z87-A Mobo, 3 x 465 Gb SSD, Windows 10 64-Bit, Corsair RM750, Thermaltake Suppressor F31
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