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i think the solution is to ask one of the shipping companies in USA to receive them and ship it from America to Saudi Arabia.
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H100i is a all in one water cooler. You buy nothing extra.

The advantage of the all in one is you don't have a massive air block in center of case impeding air flow

you mean that i don't need to buy a reservoir?
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I'd go with the Intel build just cause Intels tend to preform better....my friend has a quad core amd its always overheating with its apu anyways its slower then a i3 technically that quad core is gonna be better then the amd hex and more then likely run longer and cooler

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you mean that i don't need to buy a reservoir?
Huh?
AIO's are basically a complete watercooling system, but just for the CPU and you cant modify it. It basically has 3 parts, the reservoir/radiator combo, the pump/CPU block combo and the tubing. You dont need to buy anything extra except more fans if you want to.
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All of the Corsair, NZXT Antec and Zalman AIO (All in one) or CLC (Closed Loop Cooler) coolers come pre filled with coolant and are closed so you cannot add or change the pump, liquid or radiator They are ready to go but you cannot change anything about them apart from the fans on most of the radiators, some I believe are integral though, I.e you can't change the fan either biggrin.gif.

That's why they are a good option for a beginner or people who just want an easy plug and play solution. When the water pump fails the cooler is finished, sorry I assumed you knew this. smile.gif

The XSPC kit you linked earlier is a much more advanced solution it is the start for a 'Custom loop'. That's the 'real' water cooling where you can change the fluid and change out components yourself. This will give you quite a lot lower temperatures, and is a hobby in itself to custom design and maintain the loop, but is much more expensive to set up

The Swiftech someone mentioned earlier is a kind of hybrid which can be used as a CLC but you can add to the loop later say putting a water block on your graphics card and adding another radiator making it more custom. I believe the Swiftech has a better quality pump then the AIO's, from what I've heard, but I'm no water cooler yet smile.gif

EDIT: I forgot Silverstone and CoolerMaster also make AIO's as well as Asetek and Coolit who make kits for the other companies probably others to. Anyway hopefully you get the idea wink.gif
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I'd go with the Intel build just cause Intels tend to preform better....my friend has a quad core amd its always overheating with its apu anyways its slower then a i3 technically that quad core is gonna be better then the amd hex and more then likely run longer and cooler

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Yes intel's do perform better, which is why he's getting one. Please read the entire thread before posting (as a general rule, obviously there are some exemptions).
As to your friends A8/10 overheating, maybe he shouldn't overclock it as much or buy a better cooler. AMD doesn't have any problems, but its well known they arent as powerful, but they are much cheaper. biggrin.gif

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you mean that i don't need to buy a reservoir?


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no , buy from here : http://www.amazon.co.uk
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Your message is too big for the buggy tapatalk on windows phone to qoute xD anyways....he doesn't overclock it AT ALL he knows nothing of pcs I laughed when I read what you said about him overclocking it......but I understand his is a laptop but I still don't accept it cause mines a laptop to (Alienware M18xR1) and my 2920XM is at 4.7ghz and it doesn't overheat his isn't overclocked at all..... I walked him through repasting the system its doing better but still overheats just alot less often

Anyways thank you smile.gif for welcoming me to the forum and sorry about not reading all the posts my windows phone sometimes starts me in the topic tab where it just shows the OP not the replies I realized after but had no time to change it....not that I don't like this windows phone I love this thing smile.gif just still getting used to it

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Yes intel's do perform better, which is why he's getting one. Please read the entire thread before posting (as a general rule, obviously there are some exemptions).



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