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CPU Block: EK-Supremacy Classic RGB

GPU Block: Barrow 5700 XT D-RGB

Pump/Res Combo: Laing DDC PWM and 190mm Resevoir

Fittings: Darkside Soft Compression 3/8-5/8 (I'm 95% sure their either Barrow or Bitspower rebrands)

Radiator: 360mm from Darkside

Tubing: Mayhems Ultra Clear 3/8-5/8

Total price is 516.80 CAD which is 371.77 USD

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What CPU are you cooling

CPU Ryzen 5800x, Mobo MSI Meg ACE X570, GPU ASUS 6800 TUF, Ram Corsair Vengeance 32gb 3200 mhz, Case Fractal Designs Define R6, Cooling Custom Loop Primarily Corsair Hydro X, Corsair k95, Corsair Dark Core RGB SE, LG OLED48C1

 

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5 minutes ago, Ravendarat said:

What CPU are you cooling

I'll probably get a 3700x or 3600

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Why are you doing a full custom loop for mid-range specs? Air cooling will do fine.

That said, it's a good custom loop.

calibri bad, comic sans good

 

where are my updoots

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What thickness is your rad? Im not sure what kinda cooling a 5700xt needs as I have never ran one. A 3600 is pretty undemanding but if you do a 3700x and a 5700xt and overclock them both you MIGHT not have quite enough rad as the recommendation is generally 240mm per component but the thickness of the rad would factor in as well as if you are overclocking

CPU Ryzen 5800x, Mobo MSI Meg ACE X570, GPU ASUS 6800 TUF, Ram Corsair Vengeance 32gb 3200 mhz, Case Fractal Designs Define R6, Cooling Custom Loop Primarily Corsair Hydro X, Corsair k95, Corsair Dark Core RGB SE, LG OLED48C1

 

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Just now, 732 said:

Why are you doing a full custom loop for mid-range specs? Air cooling will do fine.

That said, it's a good custom loop.

I did a full custom loop with a 3600, I did it because I like building stuff and found it fun

CPU Ryzen 5800x, Mobo MSI Meg ACE X570, GPU ASUS 6800 TUF, Ram Corsair Vengeance 32gb 3200 mhz, Case Fractal Designs Define R6, Cooling Custom Loop Primarily Corsair Hydro X, Corsair k95, Corsair Dark Core RGB SE, LG OLED48C1

 

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1 minute ago, Ravendarat said:

I did a full custom loop with a 3600, I did it because I like building stuff and found it fun

I do things for the fun of it too, good luck with the loop! :)

calibri bad, comic sans good

 

where are my updoots

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Just now, 732 said:

I do things for the fun of it too, good luck with the loop! :)

Not long time ago I done custom loop for my system (3750k and gtx970) , why I done it? Cos I wanted loop 😂 no other reason, 

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i5 3570K @ 4.7Ghz  |  AsRock Fatal1ty Z77 Performance  |  Corsair Vengeance 16GB 1600MHz  |  ASUS Strix GTX 970 OC  |  Phanteks P400S TG  (mesh panel) |  EVGA 500W1  |  Storage: Corsair 60GB SSD (boot), Gigabyte 120GB SSD, WD 2Tb HDD | Cooling: Custom loop

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4 minutes ago, 732 said:

Why are you doing a full custom loop for mid-range specs? Air cooling will do fine.

That said, it's a good custom loop.

I just want a loop. And I'm 90% sure I'll get the 3700x

4 minutes ago, Ravendarat said:

What thickness is your rad? Im not sure what kinda cooling a 5700xt needs as I have never ran one. A 3600 is pretty undemanding but if you do a 3700x and a 5700xt and overclock them both you MIGHT not have quite enough rad as the recommendation is generally 240mm per component but the thickness of the rad would factor in as well as if you are overclocking

27.5mm. Should be enough.

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