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    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    Agreed. You never know when you'll need to cool the router too.

    LOL, you know you are a real ROG when your WC your router.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    Agreed. You never know when you'll need to cool the router too.
    Heh, when I look at that it strikes me as absurd but those little guys actually do get really hot and most don't have any active cooling. I could see using DDWRT to OC your router and putting it on WC like that.
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    Can someone suggest some parts or kits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asasen5 View Post
    Can someone suggest some parts or kits?
    for the router ?


    Are you planing to WC only the CPU or you plan too add the GPU later ?

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    I think just the CPU and mobo, if that. I don't really have plans of wc the gpu at the moment

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    I guess you gone use the build-in waterblock for the board, if so since it's 3/8 barb, you will build the loop with 3/8 tubing. too keep in the black color I will go with an EK supremacy , if you look my lab tread you will see a nice XSPC reservoir with a Lang pump, excellent choice

    http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...a-66-lab/page5


    Make sure to get a pump with adjustable speed , you can of course choose another model of reservoir, the idea is to get one with the pump attach to it, you save 1 tube. I will have to check latter what rad fit in your case.

    Try to avoid compression fiting, especially the one that rotate, if you apply a side pressure on them they can leak by the oring, I always use strait barb. with a secure clip, the new one in aluminum with an alen key are very good. Meke sure to have a T and a line at the lowest point of the loop to drain it.

    I also use black tuning and avoid colorant like the plague. I use only RO-DI water and I put a minimum of Glycol in it ( fezer make one )

    that's it . barb and no colorant are of course the safest way especially if it's your first build.

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    The case can fit basically any type of rad. It can fit a 360 rad easily. It can even go up to 420.

    Here's the case http://www.nzxt.com/new/products/cra...ies/switch_810

    Any other advice for first time water cooling?
    Last edited by Asasen5; 02-15-2013 at 01:14 AM.

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    the case suports 3x120 or 3x140 rad on top and 2 120/140 bottom.
    and whit some moding a 2x140 in front intake.
    XSPC kit: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17...l=g30c321s1310
    you have to change the fittings and tube to 10/13mm ( ID/OD ) and whit this kit you can add the NB to the loop to if wanted.
    get termal grease ( TIM ) mabye a fancontroller ( digital mabye ( if interested ( NZXT have one or 2 ) and mabye add a inline temp to the water ) http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13...tl=g30c229s579
    that one you can connect to the cpu block or radiator or reservoar, depending how you want it, its a good thing to have ( my opinion ) to monitor the temp on the water, if it gets too hot normaly whit out one you wouldent know until you burned up the pump or enny thing else ( pc would shut down before that of course ).
    as of now im runing the fans on 1 120 section of the 360 rad on idle ( low RPM ), on load the 240 rad ( other one i have on the botom ) kicks in and cools when it reaches 27+c on the water.

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    If you want a hassle free setup, I bought the Swiftech H2O-320 EDGE HD

    What you get in the kit is:
    WaterBlock Apogee HD (with Intel mounting bracket)
    360mm rad with pump (MCP355 I beleive) and reservoir built in.
    3 fans
    Enough tubing to do your CPU and mobo (with a bit to spare but you would need something to downsize from 13/19 to 10/13 ID/OD)
    2 bottles of Swiftech HydrX coolant
    All fittings (barbes 13/19 ID/OD) and fixations.


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