I have two 120mm fans that came as stock exauhst fans on my Gigabyte Aurora 3D, the GB site specifys they run at 1K RPM and push 40+/-10% of CFM, however I feel like they are pushing more like 20+/-10% of CFM.
Question is: Will that be enough to be my Rad's fans? my rad is going to be Black Ice Pro II ...
I don't really have much money left to buy two new fans, plus I don't want much noise so I figured i'll mount the radiator on the exauhst case fans [I've seen many other does this too] and I don't want to add extra two fans to the noise...........
Has anyone here used Car Coolant Liquid [Aka "Green Water] as his coolant liquid in his loop? I wanna know if it is any good, since it was made specificaly for cooling loops it should be..
My socket is going to be S AM2.. will I be using the stock clip-on patent to mount my water block on it? Its pretty lame if it is... [I haven't recived the waterblock yet so I don't know, its one of those new MP-05 Pro that comes with AM2 brackets. but I don't know how they work]
Anyone has exprience with watercooling and AM2?