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Thread Starter 
i won't to upgrade my pc rig with some sleek costum water cooling, but i don't know allot about it, only the casual things, so can somebody make a build for me on this site http://www.highflow.nl/?sl=EN my budget is 250 euro's. i won't a good looking green and black set, ow yea and i don't want a 240 mm rad, i want a single 120mm rad because my case doesn't support it.
post #2 of 5
You won't be able to suffciently watercool a cpu with just 1x 120mm. If you are going to do that you should probably just get the corsair H80 or something similar and save yourself some money until you can atleast do 240 for the cpu.
post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
well i don't need to overclock above 4.8 ghz, and a h80 is not getting even close to the looks of a watercooling set.
post #4 of 5
General watercooling rule of thumb, 120 of rad space to start the loop 120 for each block. I would advise against it but for your budget just get a ut60 120 rad, single bay res with pump block of your choice (if the good quality ones) and pick fittings and tubing and your set. Not sure if you will get 4.8 or of it in the temp range your looking for.

Good luck
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Originally Posted by freitz View Post

General watercooling rule of thumb, 120 of rad space to start the loop 120 for each block. I would advise against it but for your budget just get a ut60 120 rad, single bay res with pump block of your choice (if the good quality ones) and pick fittings and tubing and your set. Not sure if you will get 4.8 or of it in the temp range your looking for.

Good luck

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