570 + i7 watercooling

hi
i,m going to build a new pc and i need to know how much radiators i wil need for my watercooling

spec:

watercooled: i7 2600k (stock 95w) and i wil try to hit 5ghz :D

watercooled: nvidia gtx570 oc @ (900c - 1800s - 2000m) or more :D

antec quadro 850w

mobo: (asus maximus IV) or (gigabyte ud7)

4gb high speed ddr3

i was thinking about a :
dual 120mm radiator (273x121x30mm) with 4 fans
and a 120mm radiator (156 x 120 x 45 mm) with 2 fans

whould this be good enough :sweat:
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  1. Nope, you got 500 watts+ to cool, so a 120x4 would be better. Here is a link to help you decide.

    http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showpost.php?p=6489396&postcount=3
  2. Conumdrum said:
    Nope, you got 500 watts+ to cool, so a 120x4 would be better. Here is a link to help you decide.

    http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showpost.php?p=6489396&postcount=3


    thx thats a great help :D

    but what do you recommend?

    i have a HAF 922 case
  3. It's your stuff. I been at this for a few years. Recommending is what Best Buy salesmen do. Watercooling is a hobby and entirely up to you. It's not as easy as plugging in a new Blueray player. Take your time, read up. You have to learn about watercooling first.
  4. ^Yesssss....the old 'Best Buy salesman' metaphor.

    'Hey, I need a computer to check email and surf the web, what should I get Mr. Best Buy dude?'

    'Oh, you'll need this new Alienware system...its only $3500, built from last year's hardware and will download your iTunes faster because it uses the AOL discs that come with the system.'

    Best Buy = Fail.
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