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Looking for a Good All in one kit for my intel 3750K..

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Hey Guys/Gals,

I am looking to get back into a Watercooled Kit.. Now I am looking to Keep it simple as possible , so I am going to try and all in one kit..

I am looking to get a 24/7 5.0ghz OC, I currently got it at 4.5ghz 24/7 Stable.. What is while NOT the BEST All in one just a very good one for under 200bucks..

I may want a kit that is upgradable in the future to a GPU or two but not necessary..

I have a HAF 932 Full tower and can go dual rad possibly a triple have gobs of space for it.. so reccomenfd away..
    
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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/21236/ex-wat-271/XSPC_Raystorm_750_EX360_Universal_CPU_Water_Cooling_Kit_New_Rev_4_Pump_Included_w_Free_Dead-Water.html?tl=g59c683s2175

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/20836/ex-wat-264/XSPC_Raystorm_750_AX360_Universal_CPU_Water_Cooling_Kit_New_Rev_4_Pump_Included_w_Free_Dead-Water.html?tl=g59c683s2175

^Same thing but with a slightly fancier radiator.

For under $200 this is about the best you're going to do. I linked 360mm rad kits because your case can fit it across the top so why bother with a 240? The pump that comes with these kits is not the greatest, but it will suffice. The XSPC kits that come with the quieter and more powerful D5 pump cost about $80 more so they are out of your budget. These kits come with literally everything you need minus the coolant so there is no piecing together to do.

If you don't want to mess with a full custom watercooler, you can get something like the H220 or Coolermaster Glacer. I would just do a kit like the XSPCs instead though.
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For under $200 the XSPC Raystorm kits are great, but not for AMD sockets. They work great for intel sockets, but the retention plate for AMD kits tends to bow on the raystorm since it's acrylic. Since intel has a 4 corner system that doesn't happen, so you shouldn't need to worry about it. Go for the Raystorm, not the RaSa. Raystorm is worlds better than the Rasa as far as a waterblock goes.

If you plan to upgrade to a GPU however I would get the Swiftech H220 kit, the one with the Apogee Drive II and radiator, not the H220 presealed loop since it has a weaker pump.It has one of the nicest pumps on the market as well as a really nice waterblock, and a good radiator. Swiftech has some of the best mounting hardware from what I've seen, really easy to mount thumb nuts and all metal retention hardware. The Swiftech kit will break your budget a little, but you get what you pay for.
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OK I will increase my budget to get the better pump:


http://www.frozencpu.com/products/20838/ex-wat-262/XSPC_Raystorm_AX360_Extreme_Universal_CPU_Water_Cooling_Kit_w_D5_Variant_Pump_Included_and_Free_Dead-Water.html?tl=g30c321s1310



Now I am also thinking of adding a GPU Block for my 590GTX.. I am also wondering how much fluid in Liters will I need??


EDIT: the Onll WaterBlock I can still find is the Danger Den DD-GTX590.. is that a decent GPU Block??
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My raystorm kit is treating me just fine. I'm happy with the quality and performance. It's allowed me to get the performance, temps and looks I wanted out of my CPU and gpu. I'm only running a single 240 rad so you should see even better performance with the 360 rad. This is my first true water loop that isn't an AIO and it's definitely saved me from buying a ton of stuff I didn't need. I now have a much better understanding of all the fittings and options available after having used this kit. I recommend the xspc as a great place to start. I got mine for only $150 so it freed up funds to add the VGA block to the gtx780.


Edited by d00bzilla - 3/21/14 at 7:02pm
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