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Old 27-09-13, 04:13 AM
kelimna kelimna is offline
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200r Media PC watercooled help

Hi Guys

I have been watching Toms video on the Corsair 200r with 360mm rad diy and am seriously considering doing this for my media rig. I'm currently running a sapphire HD6870 gpu and an old Intel E2220. I'm aware that both these components are rather old to be watercooling, I'm just sick of the fan noise and summers in Australia are not the coolest. So my question is would I be able to get away with a alphacool nexxxos monsta 240 or would I be best to stick with a alphacool nexxxos ut60 360mm rad. I'm also planning on using push/pull. Any help would be much appreciated Cheers.

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Old 27-09-13, 11:14 PM
Bartacus Bartacus is offline
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If you're not overclocking, the 240 is perfect for the job. Even OCing, I would think the 240 would still be fine. A 360 doesn't hurt of course.
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