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unielli95

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  1. unielli95

    Suggestion for custom loop

    Talking about kits as @kevinisbeast707 said: what do you guys suggest?
  2. unielli95

    Tell me why should I NOT build this.

    i think that talking about prices it's a bit too aearly atm. PC part prices are very varibles these days: i said this because i started looking for pc parts for my personal rig in july and bought everything in late november and prices changed a lot from my first planning. Talking about pc parts that you typed i have some consideration to do. cpu: Intel Core i7-9700K Coffee Lake 8-Core 3.6 GHz - maybe, as someone already suggested, you could also go with an i7 8700k if it would be cheaper (i mean, you would have an higher value/cost ratio. I've done this consideration based on the fact that you said that you will reach 3k$ in mid-2019 so i'm thinking that you are saving your money for this)gpu: MSI GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X TRIO 11GB - it's a very good vga but, as i said, prices are very variable. I alsa wanted a 1080ti but then i went for a RTX2080FE because at that time 1080ti in my country was more or less around 800/900€.motherboard: ASUS ROG Strix Z390-E Gaming - nice for the 9700k ram: G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 2 x 8GB DDR4 3200 - as another one already said the differences that introduce different ram speeds are small in an intel based pc; but if you have the money you can go high (personally) i bought 3000MHz and i found them fine for gaming.storage: SAMSUNG 970 EVO M.2 2280 250GBstorage: SAMSUNG 860 EVO Series 2.5" 1TB SATA - talking about storing i would suggest one pretty fat SSD and one 1TB/2TB HDD (i read that you want to put photoshop and software on nvme and games on ssd but i think that you could buy a 1TB SSD in order to install editing software and games that benefits from ssd)psu: CORSAIR RMx Series RM750x 750W - nicecase: Cooler Master MasterCase H500M - very nice case if you want premium things ^^cooler: Corsair H150i PRO - if you want to go exotic you can take this AIO cooler but i would suggest a dark rock pro4, i have that and i have really good temps (btw i'm selling it ahahha, i'm going to water cooling, want to try that ^__^)
  3. unielli95

    Suggestion for custom loop

    I think that i'll go with the 360mm in order to get, as you said, lower fan speed ^_^. (for this time, my budget let me buy the bigger one ahahah) i think that i have A LOT of space for the radiators: i've bought the thermaltake tower 900 And why you say that you are "not really a fan of this rad"? this is my first experience with water cooling, what did you take in consideration when you typed that sentence? i mean, which features?
  4. hi! i'm trying to create my first custom water loop for my i7 8700k waterblock -> ek supremecy evo (copper) https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-supremacy-evo radiator -> ek-coolstream PE 360 https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-coolstream-pe-360-triple#ow_alert_box (maybe 240 would be ok too) pomp - reservoir combo -> ex-xres 140 Revo D5 https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-xres-140-glass-revo-d5-pwm-incl-pump What do you think about? ^^
  5. unielli95

    EKWB aluminium kits for custom

    Ok guys! thank you every one, i think that i'll go with full copper/brass then When i'll be back home i'll post some pieces that i found online, maybe you could give me me some advice on them EDIT: waterblock -> ek supremecy evo (copper) https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-supremacy-evo radiator -> ek-coolstream PE 360 https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-coolstream-pe-360-triple#ow_alert_box (maybe 240 would be ok too) pomp - reservoir combo -> ex-xres 140 Revo D5 https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-xres-140-glass-revo-d5-pwm-incl-pump
  6. Hi! I'm starting to get into the world of water coolig solutions and i've found in my way this https://www.ekfluidgaming.com/ . I searched for a long time on the web before thinking about water cooling and i saw that more or less everyone (seller and buyers) are using copper, copper/brass, nickel, ... but no one is using aluminium. I do not know why, aluminium is 1)cheaper 2)lighter 3)a better conductor (not so sure about that) but it seems difficult to find, i think that only ekwb produce components with aluminium. So, my question is: is it whorth buy one of the set in from the link above (i have an i7 8700k, i wish to OC, and an RTX 2080 FE, i think that there are no waterblock form ekwb at the moment) and maybe buy some upgrades later?(i see that they are selling expansions kits too) Or i should buy "normal" copper ones? EDIT: sorry, pasted the wrong link
  7. What do you mean with "for a while"? Higher temps than a normal case? At the moment i have a sharkoon tg5 case, with three frontal fans and one back and i have pretty high temps (gpu under load : 77/78ºC and cpu in 60s with 70 quick spikes sometimes) If they aro so high i could try to buy the water cooling part for the cpu (waterblock, tubing, fittings, pump, reservoir and radiator).
  8. Hi everyone! =) I wish someone could help me with this problem: i have my personal rig (i7 8700k stock, dark rock pro4 cooler, rtx2080fe, 16GB 3000Mhz RAM, gigabyte z370p D3 mobo, ...) and i want to switch to water cooling. So i was thinking about the thermaltake tower 900, it looks awesome! The only problem it seems to be that i do not have so much money to buy the case and build the whole water cooing solution right now and then i'm starting buying the case: so the problem now is that my components are air-cooled, would my case be ok air-cooling my components? The thermaltake site said that "The Tower 900 has the capability to deliver excellent cooling efficiency, and enables users to build extreme air/liquid cooling systems with high-end, large graphics cards, treated by DIY/AIO liquid-cooling systems and air-cooling units". But i do not get how the airflow would be. Can someone help me? <3 P.S. i see only 2 useful fans, one bottom and one top.
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