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  1. Do not buy nothing from thermaltake for water cooling.Their cpu block cools the worse,There rads are low end and their coolant is trash.The gpu block is copper with nickel plating over for looks,Copper and nickel will play fine together its Aluminum thats the problem metal.If you want a good rad go hardware labs a good cpu block anything from heatkiller.And coolant mayhems or ek.
  2. There is a aio kit for the blower 5700xt cards https://www.aquatuning.us/water-cooling/kits-systems-and-aios/all-in-one-gpu/25246/alphacool-eiswolf-240-gpx-pro-amd-radeon-rx-5700/5700xt-m01-black
  3. Open world games like gta5 and far cry are hard to run that fast even with every setting turned down to nothing.Some fps like counter strike you can see 200fps but most modern games youll have to kill the settings to get a frame rate that high.Your ram being 2400mhz is something that can knock some fps off but we are talking 10 to 15 fps..
  4. What fpi are is that rad tho ?That will tell what rpm fans you need.
  5. I can't give a straight link but search your card on here https://www.ekwb.com/configurator/
  6. Depends your budget,If you want max cooling,hardware labs rads and heat killer blocks.If money is tight and want more wallet friendly options.Barrow and bykski both are cheaper and honestly live up to ek standards in cooling.A friend of mine his whole loop is all their parts and spent under 400 for blocks on the cpu the cpu pump res and dual 360 rads.And i was shocked to see a bykski block on his vega nitro run cooler then a bigger brand one on a blower card.
  7. With that being a block with a pump and res,Later on you can use it with a bigger rad or change the coolant out if needed in time.And i believe the pump should be better then most standard aio use.
  8. Like said the eisbaer lt120 from alphacool is your best bet for what you want.And i trust them more then most aio brands.Any reason for just a 120mm rad?Do you have a small case and no room for a bigger rad?
  9. That bright uv stuff is kinda dead now a days.Some like mod-one has semi uv cables,Same goes for dark horse brand.You could get rgb 24 pin and 8 pins for the gpu like this https://www.newegg.com/p/1W7-007E-00001?item=1W7-007E-00001&source=region&nm_mc=knc-googleadwords-pc&cm_mmc=knc-googleadwords-pc-_-pla-_-cables+-+internal+power+cables-_-1W7-007E-00001&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6oicktDm5AIVD6rsCh2RCgE4EAQYASABEgISgPD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
  10. Think of it like shoe sizes,Could you wear a pair of shoes that are 3 times smaller then you wear ?Like said it won't work like that,And honestly before you buy any 2080 make sure you can get a waterblock for it.Not all cards you can get a waterblock to fit them.
  11. Yulp and is great to pin point a leak also.You can use it on a waterblock just plug the other port.And i have seen a few video where they are filling the loop first time and it springs a nice leak going everywhere lol.I'd rather not do that.
  12. A aio vs a big tower cooler,The tower cooler will win but not by much.A full custom loop depending how much rad space it can run cooler and a lot quieter also.The pros to me it will keep your parts running cooler so more life out of them.Depending how much rads you can run your fans slower so it runs quieter.The cons the price can be a big one.Cleaning/prep the loop can take a while.And up keep can be a con to some also.You gotta drain and flush the coolant every 6 months to a year depending what you use.Stick to a clear coolant unless you wanna take the blocks off and clean them with a tooth brush every coolant change.
  13. I will add ek has a air leak tester now,You can build it in the case and pressure test it with air for a day if you like.
  14. There is not a aio on the market that won't fit the am4 socket.The size thats a different story.A 120 is too small to me so 240 or bigger is what you want.
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