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Wanted: 780 Ti Waterblocks £100.00

liamhing Avatar
2y, 1w agoPosted 2 years, 1 week agoFeedback:27 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi, I'm looking for items to set up a custom water cooling loop.

Looking for:
• 240MM Rad (<35mm thickness)
• cylinder reservoir and pump
• 2x 780Ti Water blocks
• fittings and tubing.

Thanks
liamhing Avatar
2y, 1w agoPosted 2 years, 1 week agoFeedback:27 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
I have a white xspc ax240 and an ek ddc xres 100.
£105inc for both
#2
jony_bobo
I have a white xspc ax240 and an ek ddc xres 100.
£105inc for both
White would be a no go unfortunately (just not for my build)

Does the res have a pump? Or is it just a res?
#3
I see no worries, sorry should have mention, its a pump/res combo.
#4
jony_bobo
I see no worries, sorry should have mention, its a pump/res combo.
I'd be interested in the red/pump combo, do you think it's a big enough reservoir for 2x GPUS and 1xCPU? (I'll be using 2xRads)

Edited By: liamhing on Jan 05, 2015 11:49
#5
Hi yes, I had running with 360mm,240mm,cpu block, and 2 gpu block in my previous setup and it didnt have any problem pumping through them.
Do you happen to need any fans?
Ive got some Akasa Piranhas
#6
jony_bobo
Hi yes, I had running with 360mm,240mm,cpu block, and 2 gpu block in my previous setup and it didnt have any problem pumping through them.
Do you happen to need any fans?
Ive got some Akasa Piranhas
I'm good for fans, definitely interested in the Res/Pump. How much you looking for it?

Edited By: liamhing on Jan 05, 2015 12:12
#7
liamhing
jony_bobo
Hi yes, I had running with 360mm,240mm,cpu block, and 2 gpu block in my previous setup and it didnt have any problem pumping through them.
Do you happen to need any fans?
Ive got some Akasa Piranhas
I'm good for fans, definitely interested in the Res/Pump. How much you looking for it?
£50 + delivery, I have someone else on here thats interested in both my 360/240 rads,pump and some other stuff.
And I would rather sell bundles instead of individually.
I will see what he says and get back to you asap.
#8
Bump
#9
liamhing
Bump

Any thought on my pump/res?
The other guy didnt want to go ahead with the deal.
#10
jony_bobo
liamhing
Bump

Any thought on my pump/res?
The other guy didnt want to go ahead with the deal.
Yeah sure, just a few questions (because I'm clueless lol) I'd need 2xfittings for this right? Then just my CPU Block, Rad and Pipes/Fluid?

What's the thickness of your 240 rad?
#11
liamhing
jony_bobo
liamhing
Bump
Any thought on my pump/res?
The other guy didnt want to go ahead with the deal.
Yeah sure, just a few questions (because I'm clueless lol) I'd need 2xfittings for this right? Then just my CPU Block, Rad and Pipes/Fluid?
What's the thickness of your 240 rad?
This is the exact pump, yes youll only need two fittings for the pump/res since theyre attached together.
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=WC-416-EK&groupid=962&catid=2141&subcat=2145
And the radiator is 40mm thick.
#12
jony_bobo
liamhing
jony_bobo
liamhing
Bump
Any thought on my pump/res?
The other guy didnt want to go ahead with the deal.
Yeah sure, just a few questions (because I'm clueless lol) I'd need 2xfittings for this right? Then just my CPU Block, Rad and Pipes/Fluid?
What's the thickness of your 240 rad?
This is the exact pump, yes youll only need two fittings for the pump/res since theyre attached together.
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=WC-416-EK&groupid=962&catid=2141&subcat=2145
And the radiator is 40mm thick.
Ok, rad is too thick but I'll take the pump. Does it come with everything? Like vibration pad and mounting stuff?

Edited By: liamhing on Jan 05, 2015 20:23
#13
It never came with vibration pad or mounting stuff.
I just used some foam I had laying around and as for mounting, you'll need to buy them separately.
What case do you have?
#14
jony_bobo
It never came with vibration pad or mounting stuff.
I just used some foam I had laying around and as for mounting, you'll need to buy them separately.
What case do you have?
I have a 350D so it'll be a tight fit lol, I can pick up some foam no problem.
#15
Will this be front or top mounted?
And do you have low profile RAM?
#16
jony_bobo
Will this be front or top mounted?
And do you have low profile RAM?
I'd put it on top of the HDD cage (measured it, looks like it'd fit) or even remove the HDD cage. What's the noise like with the pump? #1 reason for me using a custom loop is to eventually add 2x 780Ti blocks in there (and another rad) because my fans on my reference cards are loud.
#17
liamhing
jony_bobo
Will this be front or top mounted?
And do you have low profile RAM?
I'd put it on top of the HDD cage (measured it, looks like it'd fit) or even remove the HDD cage. What's the noise like with the pump? #1 reason for me using a custom loop is to eventually add 2x 780Ti blocks in there (and another rad) because my fans on my reference cards are loud.

If it was mounted at the front it will definitely fit as Ive seen people use thicker rads.
At the top, Im not sure as its hard to tell.
Noise is pretty good, only noticeable when ran at 100%.
For me, its always been overclocking headroom and temps, noise and aesthetics are a bonus too :)
#18
jony_bobo
liamhing
jony_bobo
Will this be front or top mounted?
And do you have low profile RAM?
I'd put it on top of the HDD cage (measured it, looks like it'd fit) or even remove the HDD cage. What's the noise like with the pump? #1 reason for me using a custom loop is to eventually add 2x 780Ti blocks in there (and another rad) because my fans on my reference cards are loud.

If it was mounted at the front it will definitely fit as Ive seen people use thicker rads.
At the top, Im not sure as its hard to tell.
Noise is pretty good, only noticeable when ran at 100%.
For me, its always been overclocking headroom and temps, noise and aesthetics are a bonus too :)
I'll probably get a 30mm rad, then mount it up top with 2xSP120s (which are 25mm thick) like so http://gyazo.com/103aa8d7e438129dd01ac8b89f99fb2c.png

Just realised your AX240 is white anyway lol.

Edited By: liamhing on Jan 05, 2015 21:21
#19
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liamhing
jony_bobo
liamhing
jony_bobo
Will this be front or top mounted?
And do you have low profile RAM?
I'd put it on top of the HDD cage (measured it, looks like it'd fit) or even remove the HDD cage. What's the noise like with the pump? #1 reason for me using a custom loop is to eventually add 2x 780Ti blocks in there (and another rad) because my fans on my reference cards are loud.

If it was mounted at the front it will definitely fit as Ive seen people use thicker rads.
At the top, Im not sure as its hard to tell.
Noise is pretty good, only noticeable when ran at 100%.
For me, its always been overclocking headroom and temps, noise and aesthetics are a bonus too :)
I'll probably get a 30mm rad, then mount it up top with 2xSP120s (which are 25mm thick) like so http://gyazo.com/103aa8d7e438129dd01ac8b89f99fb2c.png

Just realised your AX240 is white anyway lol.


Let me know how you want to proceed with the pump
#20
jony_bobo
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liamhing
jony_bobo
liamhing
jony_bobo
Will this be front or top mounted?
And do you have low profile RAM?
I'd put it on top of the HDD cage (measured it, looks like it'd fit) or even remove the HDD cage. What's the noise like with the pump? #1 reason for me using a custom loop is to eventually add 2x 780Ti blocks in there (and another rad) because my fans on my reference cards are loud.

If it was mounted at the front it will definitely fit as Ive seen people use thicker rads.
At the top, Im not sure as its hard to tell.
Noise is pretty good, only noticeable when ran at 100%.
For me, its always been overclocking headroom and temps, noise and aesthetics are a bonus too :)
I'll probably get a 30mm rad, then mount it up top with 2xSP120s (which are 25mm thick) like so http://gyazo.com/103aa8d7e438129dd01ac8b89f99fb2c.png

Just realised your AX240 is white anyway lol.

Let me know how you want to proceed with the pump
Sure, let's go ahead. What's the total?
#21
Payment received
#22
bump, looking for 2x 780Ti water blocks.
#23
Bumpity bump

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