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Old 11-22-2007, 08:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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im new to watercooling so here is my to be setup, is it going to work for overclocking my intell q6600 to 3.5ghz on my asus maximus formula se mobo? also do i have the loop correct, like will there be problems?
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Default Re: Watercooling loop rite?

The order of the loop appears correct. You want the fans to blow out of the case.
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Default Re: Watercooling loop rite?

Seems right
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Default Re: Watercooling loop rite?

looks fine. Loop order isn't very important anyway.
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Default Re: Watercooling loop rite?

Unless you are doing your cpu and gpu... You would typically put your gpu second to the cpu do to the higher water temp going to the second in line.
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k sweet thats it
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