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I'm already $400 in and i'm only cooling my cpu. I wish I had just picked a H110i and called it a day but I guess it's too late now. Might as well go all in. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Tobiman View Post

I'm already $400 in and i'm only cooling my cpu. I wish I had just picked a H110i and called it a day but I guess it's too late now. Might as well go all in. biggrin.gif

The initial cost is high but you should only need to upgrade blocks for upgrades after that (For many years hopefully). My water cooled rigs have been running great for a few years now and I've never been sorry I went this route. It was money well spent IMO. Cool and quiet keeps me happy but it's the "Wow" factor when people see it that makes me smile. wink.gif

It should only cost half that to add GPU blocks to your loop (Maybe for Christmas?) biggrin.gif
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