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need help for building liquid colling XSPC Copper Raystorm AX360
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Question need help for building liquid colling XSPC Copper Raystorm AX360 - 07-19-2013, 13:20 | posts: 549 | Location: Dhaka,BD

XSPC Copper Raystorm AX360

um buying this for my new pc.. can it support 1 3930k and 2 gtx 780...
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Default 07-19-2013, 14:10 | posts: 660 | Location: The Netherlands

no, you'll need blocks for the 780's and more radiator space for that.
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Default 07-20-2013, 00:24 | posts: 8,169 | Location: FLA,USA

The pumps/res can and the CPU block is okay as well but you will need more radiator area.
What do you have for a case?
What kind of a budget do you have?
And as stated you will need gpu blocks, full coverage is best.
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