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Wanting to upgrade from H100 to a custom loop.

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So I have watched many videos on liquid cooling loops and was wondering how hard would it be to make a custom loop in a HAF X. I am soon upgrading to a 3930k.

Do I have to have a res+pump or are there "all in ones" that fit in the drive bays?

Any links to a first timers liquid cooling guides?
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There are all in ones and they are awesome, i'm using one atm smile.gif Looks neater to me as there is no need for a tubing to go down low.
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[updated] Water Cooling Essential Threads

XSPC Raystorm D5 Dual bay res kits are a perfect place start.
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If you're completely new, I would start from here. (There is also outstanding resource for beginner's guide in this forum too!) There are several decent bay reservoir-pump combos you can choose from. Most recent one in the market is Swiftech Maelstrom.. It comes with very powerful MCP35X pump.

There seemed to be many HAF-X watercoolers in this forum and I read several build logs recently so do search in this forum.

Good luck on y our new build!!wink.gif
Edited by Whalemeal - 2/20/13 at 10:27pm
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Wait for the swifty 220?
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I went from an H100 to a custom in my HAF 932, if you have any questions you can PM me, but basically everything Juggalo made aided me in all my purchases and decisions and I've been going strong for a couple months (My Team Competition 24/7 F@H rig is what has the custom loop)
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