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Help upgrading to Acrylic water cooling

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Hi all,


I currently have a


1 x Thermochill PA120.3 rad

1 x Koolance CPU-370 water block

1 x Alphacool Laing D5 Vario pump 12v 1/2" ID

2 x Koolance QDC Extreme Flow No Spill Male Threaded for 3/8" Threads : VL4N-MG for my rad
2 x Koolance QDC Extreme Flow No-Spill Shutoff Female for 1/2"ID - 3/4" OD (13-19mm) Tubing : VL4N-F13-19S for my rad
2 X Koolance 1/4" Thread Black Compression Fitting for 1/2" ID - 3/4" OD (13-19mm) Tubing : NZL-V13-19KG-BK for rez
2 X Koolance 1/4" Thread Chrome Compression Fitting for 1/2" ID - 3/4" OD (13-19mm Tubing : NZL-V13-19KGfor cpu block
1 X EK RES X3 150 6 Port Reservoir : Acetal
2 x meters of Primochill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT 1/2" ID - 3/4" OD (13-19mm) Tubing : Onyx Black
6 x 120mm Corsair Air Series 120 x 120 x 25mm 2350RPM SP120 Performance Edition High Airflow for rad in push and pull



So will keep rad and cpu block, can i utilize the pump on to a different rez to save on cash or buy a pump to fit the rez i already have


I am cooling a 5930k at 4.4Ghz so no idea what to buy on the new acrylic stuff ie: what tubing to buy best diameter & fittings ect.


Also the best starter kit to buy..


Thanks in advance






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