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So, recently, I have decided that I was to go water cooling, only because I wanna do some overclocking and it looks better than my current fan, I can go up to a hundred, and that's about as far as it goes, I was considering something like the Corsair 100i? Or is there something else that does about the same perfomance but much cheaper? I wanna save as much money as possible while still keeping the CPU cooled, shooting for a 5GHz overclock, currently it's at 4.4GHz and that's about as far as it wants to go without better cooling.

Thanks in advance!
post #2 of 5
the all in ones are about your only option for around 100 when you get into the custom stuff it quickly spirals out of control. the corsairs are good, but i would suggest looking at the swiftech h220, its a little more but you would then be able to use those components if and when you decide to add other components to the loop, good luck.
    
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Well that definitely does make sense, I would also like to add a custom waterblock on my GPU in the future, and that seems to be just about the perfect product, but I can't find it anywhere in stock, also, I should've mentioned this before, it'll be cooling an AMD processor.
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H220 has AMD support

NCIX.com will have it in stock in 3 to 6 weeks: http://us.ncix.com/products/?sku=79583&vpn=H220&manufacture=Swiftech
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Ah sweet, thanks mate!
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