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Good Liquid Cooling Setup for 900D?

I'm going to water cool my next build in the Corsair 900D and I am not sure on much of the parts except for a 480mm radiator on the front side panel (possibly use a 240mm on the rear side panel) for the graphics cards and another 480mm radiator on the roof of the case for the CPU. I do not have a budget and want a lot of performance.

My build
CPU: i7 6900k (Possibly new i9 when released)
GPU: 2x EVGA 1080ti Founder's Edition
Motherboard: ASUS Rampage V Edition 10 (Or i9 compatible)
RAM: G.Skill - Trident Z 32GB (2 x 16GB)
PSU: EVGA - SuperNOVA P2 1200W
Case: Corsair 900D

Thanks!
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  1. Single loop? Dual loops? Considering that the 10 series GPUs don't really overclock very far, you won't need much beyond the stock TDP as far as cooling for them. CPU overclock and TDP?
  2. rubix_1011 said:
    Single loop? Dual loops? Considering that the 10 series GPUs don't really overclock very far, you won't need much beyond the stock TDP as far as cooling for them. CPU overclock and TDP?


    I am thinking of doing dual loops but I haven't really decided on much yet and saving for the setup might even take as long as a new graphics card comes out so I might switch that as well as the CPU. I know I want to cool 2 graphics cards, is there 2 cards that could do better than 2 1080ti's water cooled? If I don't upgrade to i9 I will try to get 4.0 GHz maybe higher.
  3. Best answer
    Given on what you want to cool, regardless what CPU or GPUs, you're looking somewhere in the range of $500+ to get that accomplished.

    And btw...the 6700k stock speed is 4.0ghz
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