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help to pick to part for I7 2700k Watercooling system.

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I have this cpu (i7 2700k)
mobo (http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Fatal1ty%20Z77%20Professional-M/index.us.asp) Fatal1ty Z77 Professional-M
haf 932

it has to be w/c system only:

radiator for cpu only for right now. It has to follow the mobo theme and has UV and led stuff.

please help me.

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CPU block: I'd go with either the EK Supremacy (you can get gold + plexi to match the gold caps on the motherboard) or the XSPC Raystorm.
Radiator: I can personally recommend the Alphacool UT60 series but I'm not sure if it fits in your case (60 mm thick). The ST30 is good too. Looking at the top of your case I'd say you could get a 240 rad in the top.

Reservoir/pump: You can get one of the XSPC reservoir/pump combos or combine your own pump with a pumptop and a reservoir. The EK X-Res 140 is a great pumptop/reservoir combination as well.

I can't really find any pictures of nice HAF 932 cases that are watercooled...it doesnt look like a great case to watercool in to be honest. A lack of space would be the main problem so at this point I'd recommend you to just get a closed loop cooler or get a new case...

This is an OCN members case: http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/609952
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If you google HAF 932 watercooling you can get some ideas of how it might look when you're done btw...I'd go for another case before watercooling.

A CPU only loop would cost you about 300-400 dollar and I wouldnt want to spend that on this case.

I forgot to mention you can get one of the XSPC raystorm kits. It has everything you'll need included: a 240 radiator, CPU block (raystorm), Pump/reservoir combo that goes into your 2 5.25 inch drive bays, fittings and tubing. I think theyre around 300 dollars.

Edit: btw your sig says "watercooled" and it links to the XSPC raystorm kit....so that is a lie or you already have your cooling? Lol wut.
Edited by Kipsofthemud - 10/13/13 at 5:09am
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oh nm..gotta be color coordinated n stuff..blech.
 
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