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Aria Free Shipping Promo

It seems that being a member of OC3D has more benefits than a lot of people realize, you get to comment on TTL's reviews, and on my exceptionally brilliant news articles, not to mention the great community here, everyone has something to say, usually nice, sometimes constructive, sometimes suggestive, and so on, as well as that, if you need help, and post a thread, the odds are you will have an answer within minutes, unless of course you post it at 4 in the morning, even then i'm sure there's sometimes a member about who cant sleep, or has just finished a late night gaming session, just checking the forum before going to sleep.

But it seems a few of us have forgotten about the other benefits, the tangible benefits, the ones you can actually feel working ...as your pocket is not as light as it should be after buying some high end hardware.

....why...you may ask?

Its because Aria offer free shipping to ALL OC3D members!

Now, there are a few rules on this generous offer (isn't their always rules on the good things in life?)

 - You must live in the mainland UK as Aria is an English company.

 - Your order must be over the value of £20 (but lets face it, that's not so hard to do now is it)

 - You must have been registered on OC3D for 28 days or longer. (again, for 99% of us, not an issue)

 - You must have 50+ posts*

 - Not available on SuperSpecial Deals, but is available for Deal4Today and all other products.

*Although spamming to increase your post count is not acceptable, and will not be accepted for the offer

 

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16-01-2012, 07:30:36

Ralm
Hi guys,

Since I already bought pretty much everything I wanted to my PC, I started thinking on modding and with that I decided to go and get a water cooling kit because it looks awesome and because is silence at a good overclock.

I'm completly new to it and there is many stuff I still dont know and that is why I decided to came here and request your help and tips.

I have a HAF-X case and I havent measured the space I have on the top but I wanted to have a 360 Rad, with something around 50mm tick with 2 BITFENIX SPECTRE PRO BLUE LED (200MM)fans on top and another 3 x 120mm fans pushing.

The reason Im going for the 200mm on top is not that much for performance wise but more for aesthetics, because the HAF-X have those 2 spots for 200mm fans and with 120mm looks a bit weird.

For pump I notice that people love the SWIFTECH MCP655 with speed controler but I was wondering if it would be a bit overkill for the system. But I want to pass by CPU, Chipset and 1 Graphic card if possible. The graphic card I have now is a 560Ti so I wont be watercooling it, I want is to watercool a future graphic card, probably something at the level of a EVGA 580 watercooled at the time I change it. For now I will only be cooling CPU and chipset.

So the parts Im realy confused about is reservoir, connectors, coolant, tubing.

To resume, my specs are:

intel i7 970
Haf-X case
Asus P6x58D-E
and Evga 560ti (that wont be watercooled)

I would like to watercool CPU, chipset for now and a single graphic card in the future.

What I was thinking so far was a full size 360 rad (if I can fit it in my case) with the SWIFTECH MCP655 (but this pump is a bit expensive)

I dont have that much money so (between 250/300€) , what do you guys sugest??

Thanks a lot everyone,
Ralm

16-01-2012, 11:05:54

kilobravo
The HafX wont support a thick 360 with that mobo in push/pull.Ram slots are too high located on mobo.But if you can live with only a 3x120mm pull config a 360/60mm thick rad will fit in.

16-01-2012, 13:45:39

Ralm


The HafX wont support a thick 360 with that mobo in push/pull.Ram slots are too high located on mobo.But if you can live with only a 3x120mm pull config a 360/60mm thick rad will fit in.




yeah I went and measure it and I have 70mm/80 TOPS until it reaches the motherboard + the top side for the fans. That sucks =S

There isnt 40mm rads? is a big diference on performance?

16-01-2012, 14:16:40

kilobravo
If you`re planning to wc the gpu in near future,youll need a thick 60mm rad.
Only pull config will only give you a few degree higher temps.Should you chose soo,high pressure fans will be needed.

17-01-2012, 06:29:59

Ralm


If you`re planning to wc the gpu in near future,youll need a thick 60mm rad.
Only pull config will only give you a few degree higher temps.Should you chose soo,high pressure fans will be needed.




I was thinking on something like the Noctua NF-P12 which for what noctua says about them, they are good for radiators and are silent(or almost). I dont realy know. Maybe I do just that, have pull config and have a thick rad and add some lights on top for aesthetics.

I will take it easy on this matter.

What about the other parts?

17-01-2012, 07:21:50

kilobravo
Rad:Xspc rx360,Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper 360mm or Phobya Gchanger 360 v1.2
Pump:The one you mentioned or laing ddc 18w with high pressure top.
Hose:7/16" ID tube,Masterkleer.Easy to work with.
Cpu block:Aquacomputer cuplex cryos HF,Xspc raystorm,xspc rasa,EK waterblocks supreme HF
Fans:Scythe GT 1850rpm,Akasa apache,Cm sickleflows.Phobya nano;G-silent.
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