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water cooling for sub 150$ vga and cpu

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im building the system listed in my sig c2d 6750

i was wondering if i could get a good water system easy for water cooling noobs for around 150$ and i know its better to buy the parts separate but if possible i would like to get a kit so what do you guys think?
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theres a thread in this section for a <130 build with 1/2 lines but i cant seem to find it
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for starter's Snerp has a good guide for something around that budget:
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it doesn't include a gpu block if i remember correctly, and i'll see if there's a setup that'll allow it given $$ contraint

edit--------------
wow, rather difficult actually.

The Thermaltake Bigwater is always an option, but i've read about more instances of it leaking and killing computers than i'd like to see and i wouldn't want to you to put your stuff in harm's way.
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Core i7 3770k ASROCK Z77 Extreme6 2GB EVGA GTX670 8GB G. Skill DDR3-1600 
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128GB Samsung 830 SSD 1TB Samsung HD103SJ some Asus DVD/CD-RW Thermalright Ultima-90i w/ Ven. BTK 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 7 Pro 64-bit 25.5" ASUS VW266H Logitech Wave Antec TruePower New 750W 
CaseMouse
Rocketfish Full Tower Logitech MX1000 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
X2 3800+ ASUS A8N-SLI Premium SLI 8800GTS 512MB 4x 512mb Corsair/Kingston 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
2x 250GB WD Caviar 2x NEC 3550 Windows XP SP3 ASUS 26" 16:10 
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If you lower your loop expectations and raise your budget to $219 here's a good performing starter kit.
  
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Originally Posted by Skullzaflare View Post
theres a thread in this section for a <130 build with 1/2 lines but i cant seem to find it
heh heh heh, that would be the one in my signature.

I love it. 39C idle at 4109.5 Mhz
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