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All-In-One Liquid Cooling CPU Cooler?

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Hello Everyone,

I'm getting ready to wrap up my 3rd custom build and only have a few things left to do. I've got a Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced computer case which has 3 230mm x 30mm fans (front,side,top) and a 140mm x 25mm (back). I have a Thermaltake Frio Advanced cpu cooler. Unfortunately I am unable to run both of it's fans as there is a clearance issue with the memory. I'm running Corsair Dominator GT 16GB (4 x 4GB) and the fan on the right side of the Frio Advanced covers the first memory slot closest to the cpu. I was hoping it was going to clear as I had a hard time calculating it to see it if was going to fit. So in the last couple weeks I have been thinking about purchasing an all-in-one liquid cooling cpu cooler for my AMD FX 8150 3.6GHz 8-Core Black Edition cpu. But I am unsure as to which all-in-one liquid cooling cooler would be best for my cpu. I can easily place a 240mm radiator with 2 120mm x 25mm fans on the top of my case where the top 230mm x 30mm fan is mounted. I had a liquid cooled cpu once before using a Thermaltake Big Water 745 but I had an issue with the power to the pump getting loosened during a hard drive replacement and it ruined my system. So I am a little nervous with this thought about an all-in-one liquid cooling cpu cooler. I came across an AMD FX Liquid Cooling cpu cooler by Asetek (anyone use one?) which I can buy on ebay for $50 or $60 bucks. I'm kind of drawn to it because I'm running an AMD and I like the software to control fan speed as well as customizable rgb led and that it's for my cpu. But I also know Cooler Master has some all-in-one liquid cooling cpu coolers with the same features. Others may also have the same features or not but I'm into all that trick led stuff whether on fans,waterblocks,etc. But anyways,I have roughly $120 to maybe $140 to spend and I'd really like some feedback from those of you who have years of liquid cooling experience on this subject. Any information would greatly be appreciated.

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Edited by WolfFangs1381 - 4/13/14 at 1:15am
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This is the best AIO out right now Swiftech H220, and is expandable for the future. NCIX 100 bucks. Can't beat that price, and Swiftechs CS is second to none.

http://www.ncixus.com/products/?sku=79583&vpn=H220&manufacture=Swiftech&promoid=1018
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This is the best AIO out right now Swiftech H220, and is expandable for the future. NCIX 100 bucks. Can't beat that price, and Swiftechs CS is second to none.

http://www.ncixus.com/products/?sku=79583&vpn=H220&manufacture=Swiftech&promoid=1018

Thank you for the response. I will take that into consideration for sure. I'm not really concerned with expandability as I don't have the best of luck when it comes to liquid cooling. My Big Water 745 was a horrible experience. I am only really considering it again as I plan on overclocking my cpu some. But I really would like some more feedback on the subject from others as well.

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