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Anybody got a basic loop guide?

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I need just a basic medium/high end loop, but when it comes to parts i am completely lost lol, so i was wondering if anybody could just put together a list of items to buy and i'll get em . Also i live in the US, so i need a retailer that's here ;D
post #2 of 4
If you are only going for a CPU loop, go with an xspc Rasa RS360, and if you want to do the GPU also, go for a RX360. But mind the size of your case, do you want the radiator inside or outside? or are you upgrading your case?
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the case is going to be a small form factor case like an ft03, so the radiator will probably be outside, but i can try doing it inside

EDIT: I'm pretty much building a new system w/ the sandy bridge processors, and wanted to make a unique system. You don't see water cooling in SFF cases too much, so i thought i would give it a try ;p
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Well here's a watercooled FT03 : http://www.overclock.net/case-mod-wo...tercooled.html

Maybe look at that and the parts involved, there is modding needed.
It's going to be tough working in the small space so be plan it out.
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