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Are there any places that can install Liquid Cooling system for me?

post #1 of 11
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Basically I already have my pc built, I have the H50 right now but I want to get a full on real liquid cooling system, But right now I dont have the time to invest in learning how to install one and install the system itself. So my question is, Is there anywhere where I can like send out my PC to have a liquid cooling system installed for me? Preferably where I can do it all at once, I dont want to have to pick out each individual part and buy it on my own, I just want to pay for the entire system/install at once. On ibuypower I know you can build a custom pc and have them install a liquid cooling system with it, but I dont wanna buy a whole other PC just to have that done, Catch my drift?

Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks!
post #2 of 11
I don't know of any places that you can send your system out to, but even if I did, I wouldn't recommend it.

First, it doesn't take that much work or time to set up a water cooling system. Seriously, you could do it yourself in the time it would take you to pack up your system and send it out. Plus, water cooling setups are not maintenance free, even if you get someone to set one up for you, you will have to work on it yourself at some point.

If you don't want to pick out parts, just order a XSPC kit, it will come with everything that you need to water cool your cpu minus some distilled water.
post #3 of 11
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I dont mind having to do maintenance every so often , that I can manage. And I'll definitely take a look at those kits, that does make it sound somewhat easier, But I'd still rather have someone else do it, to be sure its done properly ,

Anyone else have any ideas?
post #4 of 11
Maybe learn how it works. It isn't that hard. I am in the same way you feel cuz i am wary trying these but remember distilled water is nonconductive so you'll be ok if a little spill happens. It'll dry off fine. However i recommend you just get the kit and learn. It's fun and i am sure cleaning it out won't be hard and you can get tips everywhere. From here with us helping you and Youtube! I myself had considered getting a CUSTOM water cooler maybe next year but i am enjoying self liquid coolers cuz they save time lol. And not to mention they work well too.thumb.gif
post #5 of 11
I would recommend just doing it yourself but, microcenter does install liquid cooling.
post #6 of 11
Pretty sure there are some people on the forums that do that kind of thing.
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post #7 of 11
now where's the fun of having a watercooling rig if u dont install them urself?
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You guys all are a huge help! I really appreciate it.

Now hypothetically speaking... say if I was to do it myself with these kits, I'd want to cool both my cpu and my 2 GTX-480's, with that being said is the RX360 kit the one I should get? and if so, What else exactly do I need part wise or whatever to cool the gpu's as well? Cause when I looked at the parts included list for the RX360 kit @ http://tinyurl.com/6vv6qvv , I didnt see anything listed about GPU's, I went by kingofyo1's post on the differences between each, and it seems like this is the one I'd use since I have SLI but I'm not sure , heres what he wrote though : "RX360 kit: This kit is the top of the line XSPC Rasa kit, and as with the rest of the kits, comes with all necessary hardware to complete the loop, and can easily cool CPU and multiple GPUs."

again: hypothetically speaking lol
post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by cynthetic View Post

You guys all are a huge help! I really appreciate it.
Now hypothetically speaking... say if I was to do it myself with these kits, I'd want to cool both my cpu and my 2 GTX-480's, with that being said is the RX360 kit the one I should get? and if so, What else exactly do I need part wise or whatever to cool the gpu's as well? Cause when I looked at the parts included list for the RX360 kit @ http://tinyurl.com/6vv6qvv , I didnt see anything listed about GPU's, I went by kingofyo1's post on the differences between each, and it seems like this is the one I'd use since I have SLI but I'm not sure , heres what he wrote though : "RX360 kit: This kit is the top of the line XSPC Rasa kit, and as with the rest of the kits, comes with all necessary hardware to complete the loop, and can easily cool CPU and multiple GPUs."
again: hypothetically speaking lol

You would have to buy the GPU blocks separately since basically every GPU uses a different block.
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post #10 of 11
You need to do it yourself to know what you're doing for maintenance. Good maintenance means taking EVERYTHING apart and fully cleaning it out which means the exact process of putting it together from scratch is needed (or even more so if you choose to take apart the blocks and brushing them out). What if something were to go wrong and it's your first time opening it up to see? You'd be in a panick state without fully knowing what's there or how things could go wrong in the first place. That's one of the reasons I enjoy building computers rather than buying prebuilt. I know exactly where everything is and can quickly take it apart without fumbling around for hours looking where each wire goes. Same thing applies to a water cooling loop. The most important thing to have when you own a custom loop is experience in the project and more importantly, experience in your own hardware.
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