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post #6031 of 11740
For 140 dollars you can do a custom loop easily! Bmavericks DDC pump, a 240 mm radiator in the roof a small Bitspower reservoir and a 6 pack of Monsoon fittings. I am on my phone otherwise I would send links. Oh and you can do 2 AP15s or 2 Corsair SP quiets..i have both and the Corsairs are silent although the AP15s move more air.
Bmavs pump is 35
Reservoir if I remember right us 40
Monsoon fittings is 35
XSPC Raystorm is 45
and the XSPC rad is also 40..ok so a little over the 140 but not by awhile lot. smile.gif
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post #6032 of 11740
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Originally Posted by audioholic View Post

For 140 dollars you can do a custom loop easily! Bmavericks DDC pump, a 240 mm radiator in the roof a small Bitspower reservoir and a 6 pack of Monsoon fittings. I am on my phone otherwise I would send links. Oh and you can do 2 AP15s or 2 Corsair SP quiets..i have both and the Corsairs are silent although the AP15s move more air.
Bmavs pump is 35
Reservoir if I remember right us 40
Monsoon fittings is 35
XSPC Raystorm is 45
and the XSPC rad is also 40..ok so a little over the 140 but not by awhile lot. smile.gif


Thank you for that, if you could provide links over the next few days that would be much appreciated buddy!
Thought it would cost a hell of a lot more than that for a full water cooling setup
I would love something similar to this (love the orange)

and being a wolves fan (soccer/football team in the uk) with the black case will look nice, but i would gather that would cost more than the $140
But until i get my radeon 7950 ill stick with the stock cpu fan.

The psu is my biggest concern, getting one the right size to fit an ssd in the same space is essential for me
post #6033 of 11740
Give me a few minutes and Ill get you links...I will just edit here biggrin.gif
Raystorm: 49.99
Raystorm Link
Reservoir: 31.95
Bitspower Link
Pump: 35.00
BMaverick Pump
Radiator: 37.95
XSPC RS Radiator
The radiator is sold out but it will be in stock failry quickly I am sure
Fittings: 38.99
Monsoon 6 pack

And then you can just get your choice of tubing. So right here with these prices you are sitting at about 190 dollars. 50 more than what you wanted...but this is a very expandable setup Meaning you could watercool your GPU and CPU together(temps may be a little high) but you just watch closely on your overclocks.
And I didnt include fans because you can use whatever until you can afford some nice ones thumb.gif
Edited by audioholic - 3/23/13 at 4:35pm
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Thanks again for that!
Ill look into it more now, honestly thought it would be out my reach!
post #6035 of 11740
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Thanks again for that!
Ill look into it more now, honestly thought it would be out my reach!

I'd recommend using these as you are in the UK

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/

http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/home.php

http://www.scan.co.uk/

http://www.chilledpc.co.uk/shop/index.php

I used these websites when I did my custom loop. Just browse though them and I'm sure you'll find cheap enough parts.
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post #6036 of 11740
Also loll at The Water Cooling Shop mate.
Had some stock of stuff those others didn't.

Or eBay for the rads and blocks? I just sold my old PA120.2 & .3 on there for half what they where new.
post #6037 of 11740
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Also loll at The Water Cooling Shop mate.
Had some stock of stuff those others didn't.

Or eBay for the rads and blocks? I just sold my old PA120.2 & .3 on there for half what they where new.

Got my prodigy ck anniversary case and my brothers orange prodigy case (saved on shipping getting them together) from watercooling.co.uk
Sorry new to this! Aint got a clue what those items are what u mentioned (pa120.2 & .3)

Can i ask you guys, would a modular psu be the way to go because it it easier to shorten the length of the wires and sleeve than a normal psu?
Also thinking of getting the ax750/ax760i. But ouch the price! But think it may be worth it in the long run but size wise would i still be able to get the ssd in the power supply compartment?
post #6038 of 11740
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halo...
i want to ask about my usb 3.0 port in my bitfenix prodigy...
my FD and HDD (usb 2.0) external dont work if i put in there ( they say my FD need to format )....but if i put in back it work well...
i try to put my FD and HDD in diffrent PC it work well to...
i already check my usb 3.0 hub is plug on the right place on my mobo....
nb : i use mobo asrock-itx z77
post #6039 of 11740
Anybody else using the Bitfenix window on their Prodigy? I love it, but my Sapphire 7970 gets pretty hot under load, and it runs 6-7 degrees hotter at idle.
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post #6040 of 11740
Well i was wondering, the side window panel is £12.99 in the uk
I was going to experiment with how drilling tiny holes in the window would look?
If it looks awful, id buy another side window panel.
This is my fear of having a window instead of the vented side
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