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Hrm. Im a little dubious. £200 compared to a kit just for CPU for £100? I know that the £200 kit has block for NB and GPU, but Im not sure I need that...
Alk, Snerp and I helped the mod, "The Manual" set up a custom rig here a few weeks ago.....I bet if you PM him he would be glad to give you his parts list and where he got the best price on them...He lives there in your neck of the woods...I just don't know the best prices on stuff for you there...
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Here is a link to the right kit. The kit you listed way before was 114 with VAT
this one is 162 with vat, but its alot better

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Graystar I'm glad you joined our Forum...You are definetly an asset to us here .......
Thanks ira-k!

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So have you studied mechanical engineering or something similar? This is all very interesting for me as I'm studying mechanical engineering at University just now.
No, I'm a computer programmer by trade and this is a hobby. I've been water-cooling for about 5 years and all my knowledge has come from experience, experimentation, and learning the science as it relates directly to what we do.

So I can calculate things like the water velocity and Reynolds number of a Storm micro jet tube at any given flow rate (and I have ), but I couldn’t do the same for an open stream. An open stream doesn’t relate to PC water-cooling, so I haven’t learned about those dynamics.

I also possess much practical knowledge that I’ve gained through personal experience and from the experiences of respected people in this field.
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