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In that case just get a 5.25" Bay reservoir then. Just fits into ur drive bays.

Clear Bay Res £20
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/cata...roducts_id=330
I was actually looking at that earlier! I will get that probably once I read up more about Watercooling.

Also apart from a Res, Radiator, Pump and CPU Block what will I need?
I know obviously cooling liquid (I'll get UV stuff) but what kind? I already have lots of cable ties as home and I know I will need some clips but what ones? And what else would I actually need.
Thanks.
    
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Yeah that would be a good one...When your bleeding it with one of those put a thick book under the front of your case, that will keep water over the barbs in the back and it will bleed in no time...Thats what I like about a bay res, you can bleed them fast...
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I was actually looking at that earlier! I will get that probably once I read up more about Watercooling.

Also apart from a Res, Radiator, Pump and CPU Block what will I need?
I know obviously cooling liquid (I'll get UV stuff) but what kind? I already have lots of cable ties as home and I know I will need some clips but what ones? And what else would I actually need.
Thanks.
Or you could do a T-line. I like Danger Den's MCT-5 liquid. It's non conductive. Look for metal worm drive clamps. They work well. Make sure not to tighten them too much though.
    
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Or you could do a T-line. I like Danger Den's MCT-5 liquid. It's non conductive. Look for metal worm drive clamps. They work well. Make sure not to tighten them too much though.


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Or you could do a T-line. I like Danger Den's MCT-5 liquid. It's non conductive. Look for metal worm drive clamps. They work well. Make sure not to tighten them too much though.
By them clips do you mean these?
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/cata...roducts_id=194
About how many would I need?

Also that water isn't avaliable in the UK I think, I can't find it anywhere anyway.
    
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Yeh those are the wormdrive clips he meant, or these are cheaper ones:
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/cata...roducts_id=408

As for the Danger Den water, in the UK its the Feser Smoothy F1 water that is the main one. Plenty of different colours, all non-conductive as well:
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/cata...x.php?cPath=34
    
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By them clips do you mean these?
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/cata...roducts_id=194
About how many would I need?

Also that water isn't avaliable in the UK I think, I can't find it anywhere anyway.
You need as many clamps as you have barbs. It depends on what you have.

HERE is a link to MCT-5. You will need one bottle if you are running a T-line. You may need two if you are running a res, depending on the res size.

Another little tip: I like using 7/16" ID tubing on my 1/2" barbs. Makes for a tighter fit. I'm not sure what the metrics would be on that...
    
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Yeh those are the wormdrive clips he meant, or these are cheaper ones:
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/cata...roducts_id=408

As for the Danger Den water, in the UK its the Feser Smoothy F1 water that is the main one. Plenty of different colours, all non-conductive as well:
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/cata...x.php?cPath=34
Thanks, around how many bottles of that water would I need?
    
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post #19 of 35
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So altogether these are my full parts;

Black Ice GT Stealth III - £37.99
12V Laing DDC-1T Pro w/OCLabs Plexy Pump Top - £49.99
D-TEK FuZion Universal CPU Waterblock - £40
XSPC Bay Reservoir (Clear Acrylic) - £19.99

Mikalor Wormdrive Clip 1/2" 10 Pack - £2.49
Smoothy F1 Water 1Ltr (UV Blue) - £7.99

Obviously I still need tubes which I am not sure about as I do not know the length or what type to get (1/2"?) and I am not sure how much water I will need.

Also I also around £30 - £40 to spare and so can anyone recommend any parts that I could get for more money that will improve the water cooling?
    
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can anyone recommend any parts that I could get for more money that will improve the water cooling?
Put some fans on the radiator for a start...

That 1/2" XSPC tubing is really good, its alot more flexable than the tubclair stuff they sell (ive tried both). Id probably buy 4m of the stuff, gives you plenty of hose to play with that way.

3 x £5 fan = £15 (or buy more expensive ones if u wish)
4m XSPC Hose = £10
1Ltr of F1 Water should be enough for you, ive got more components in my loop and its just over 1 litre to fill it.

That looks to be about it I think.
    
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