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    amount of fluid

    I was wondering if some people could let me know how much fluid they are using in their systems.

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    Ive got about 1.2 litres in mine
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    Most of my systems take little more than 500mL, if that. . .but then again, they're all mATX builds in mATX cases, so I'm far from the norm here.

    I take it your close to launch and are trying to determine "one size fits most" packaging?
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    I know my first loop that was a MCR320, CPU and GPU only, and Swiftech microres used a little under 1/2 a liter.

    I would think a liter should be enough for most builds.
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    don't know for sure, close to a gllaon.
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    Yes, we are close.. we have a few people (Girlgamer.com and Icrontic) doing reviews that are cooling the CPU and GPU - which is ideal for us. They are in the process of writing the results. We also are waiting for Ed Callway at AMD to get back to us (he was actually recommended to us by some of the AMD guys that were at the XtremeSystems party in Vegas), and Swiftech is looking strictly at pump tests. Swiftech is letting a pump run 24-7 with the fluid in it and will then look at pump components. I just sent them an email to see how it was going. Finally, CoolIt and Corsair are looking into it too...soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by relttem View Post
    I was wondering if some people could let me know how much fluid they are using in their systems.

    thanks
    Better question would be to list your components + tubing and ask how much water you would need to fill it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurz View Post
    Better question would be to list your components + tubing and ask how much water you would need to fill it up.
    This is probably looking into the proper bottle size for their nanofluid.
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