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    Lian Li V2110 WC

    Hey so i just ordered the rest of my parts for my new build... let me know what you think or if im missing anything.

    Lian Li V2110b
    DFI LANPARTY DK P45-T2RS LGA 775 Intel P45
    Intel Q6600 - OEM
    OCZ Reaper HPC Edition 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR(800)
    620watt Corsair PSU
    Samsung 22x DVD player
    XFX GTX260
    Scythe S-FLEX fans

    Water:

    Pump:
    DD12V-D5 Pump Variable Speed by Laing
    Options:
    Fitting Size: 1/2" OD Fittings (For 1/2" ID Tubing)

    GPU Block:
    DD-Tieton for GTX280/260
    Options:
    Fitting Size: 1/2 OD for 1/2 ID Tubing
    Backside RAM Cooling: Copper Back Plate +$15
    PCI Bracket: None
    Optional Micro Fitting: No thanks
    Video Card to Cool: XFX GTX 260

    CPU Block:
    MC-TDX for Intel 775 CPU/Boards
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    Top Style: Brass
    Fittings: 1/2" OD High Flow

    CPU BackPlate:
    Thermalright LGA775 Bolt-Thru-Kit

    Res:
    Danger Den Single 5 1/4" Bay Reservoir
    Options:
    Fitting Size: 1/2" OD Fittings for 1/2" ID Tubing
    LED Color: None

    Tubing:
    Tygon 3603 Tubing
    Options:
    Tubing Size: 1/2 Inch ID Tubing 1/8 Inch Wall

    Sleeving Kit:
    FrozenCPU Sleeving Kit - Black

    Coolant:
    Fluid XP+ Ultra LT with z7 - Non-Conductive 32 oz. Super Liquid Cooling Fluid - Phantom Black

    Rad:
    Swiftech MCR320 "Quiet Power" Triple 120mm Radiator - Black (MCR320-QP-K)
    Radbox For External Mounting!: Swiftech MCB-120™ "Radbox" - Black

    Clamps:
    1/2" OD Reusable Clamp - Black
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    interesting; post some pics if you can when you get the case and the gear inside, can't wait to see one of these new PC-V all equipped !
    Oh, and welcome to the forums

    ps: just for the rad, I think Thermochill PA120.3 might be a better option than Swiftech, but OK...
    ...and just one loop for CPU/GPU...not undoable with a triple rad, but not optimal.

    ps: you should edit your post, some things are listed twice
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    I'd go with a different block, the TDX is pretty ancient by now and performance not that great especially on the quad.
    The Swiftech Rad is fine, Thermochill will be maybe 2-3C better, a good block makes more difference than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Logos4 View Post
    interesting; post some pics if you can when you get the case and the gear inside, can't wait to see one of these new PC-V all equipped !
    Oh, and welcome to the forums

    ps: just for the rad, I think Thermochill PA120.3 might be a better option than Swiftech, but OK...
    ...and just one loop for CPU/GPU...not undoable with a triple rad, but not optimal.

    ps: you should edit your post, some things are listed twice
    Thanks, i thought that would be a little over kill with the PA120.3 but you dont think so?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickel020 View Post
    I'd go with a different block, the TDX is pretty ancient by now and performance not that great especially on the quad.
    The Swiftech Rad is fine, Thermochill will be maybe 2-3C better, a good block makes more difference than that.
    well i have heard good things about it and i already ordered it... =/

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    Are you planning to mount it up top ore inside? If you go for up top the TC radiator will not work with the stock holes, I had to enlarge the holes to top mount the TC pa 120.3.

    But it is a very nice case, was my first LianLi case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eltinio View Post
    Are you planning to mount it up top ore inside? If you go for up top the TC radiator will not work with the stock holes, I had to enlarge the holes to top mount the TC pa 120.3.

    But it is a very nice case, was my first LianLi case.
    same here it is my first aswell... im very excited i have always drooled over lian li cases =)

    Anyway i was actually thinking about mounting it in the back unless i can find a way to fit it inside, i do not have the TC 120.3 though so mine is a little smaller than that =)

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    No top mounting? It has the openings and i kinda like the look of the top mounted radiator especially with a big one like the TC.

    Some pics of the top mounted radiator, it 3cm of the case.




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    Quote Originally Posted by eltinio View Post
    No top mounting? It has the openings and i kinda like the look of the top mounted radiator especially with a big one like the TC.

    Some pics of the top mounted radiator, it 3cm of the case.



    yeah that does look pretty sweet, what is holding it up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickel020 View Post
    I'd go with a different block, the TDX is pretty ancient by now and performance not that great especially on the quad.
    The Swiftech Rad is fine, Thermochill will be maybe 2-3C better, a good block makes more difference than that.
    This would be true IF he ordered a TDX but he ordered a MC-TDX. It's not the best block around but it's also not the TDX of yore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterlogged View Post
    This would be true IF he ordered a TDX but he ordered a MC-TDX. It's not the best block around but it's also not the TDX of yore.
    thank you... =)

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    I have been VERY happy with my MC-TDX's

    I run them in all of my systems, and can report idle/load of around 30/45 even on my overvolted QX. I am a bit of a DD fanboy but still, the MC-TDX is not very restrictive and a great choice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HaCKs View Post
    I have been VERY happy with my MC-TDX's

    I run them in all of my systems, and can report idle/load of around 30/45 even on my overvolted QX. I am a bit of a DD fanboy but still, the MC-TDX is not very restrictive and a great choice!

    Thanks i cant wait to get it.... =) arriving next thursday =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eibach View Post
    yeah that does look pretty sweet, what is holding it up?
    It's held up with some bolts, I got some aluminium pipe en cut lengths of 3 cm en slid them over the threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eltinio View Post
    It's held up with some bolts, I got some aluminium pipe en cut lengths of 3 cm en slid them over the threads.
    nice that looks clean as hell man =P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eibach View Post
    nice that looks clean as hell man =P
    Thnx, I'm very happy with the result,i routed the fan wires thrue the radiator to get everything as clean as possible.
    I will be posting the system when it's completly done.

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