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New to watercooling. Parvum Case.

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Hello,

As the title suggest, I'm new to watercooling, and I'm planning out a build for myself. It will be my first 'high-end machine' and the idea will be to overclock the graphics card as well as the processor. I am open other suggestions about my build as I'm more of a software maker than a pc maker. This build will be a learning tool for me as well as an award to myself for landing my 'dream job'..woot.

Some immediate questions:

1) Graphics Card: I know I want SLI 1080's, and I also know I wish to watercool. I suppose my question is, what is a good 1080 to make a custom loop? Does it matter as long as I'm able to overclock it?

2) I have officially fell in love with Parvum Cases, and I desire a Matx form factor. While the S2.5 looks nice to me, I wonder if the R1.0 would be better fitting for what I wish to build?

2.5) More importantly, related to question 2. I have the slightest clue how many fans and radiators, and fans without radiators to get for this build (depending if I get Parvum S2.5 or R1.0). I am completely lost. While not having the machine too loud -- I of course, wish to keep all my overly priced hardware from catching fire when overclocking.

To make it easier on the nice person who would give me suggestions/aid, here are the links related to my topic:

Parvum S2.5:

Parvum R1.0:

'Rough Draft' Build:

Thank you to those in the know and willing to help in advance. '); }
Date: Jan 11, 2017   


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