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post #1 of 10
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worth using em/ buying them or would u guys think itll be better if i made my own
post #2 of 10
Make your own for sure. If you can give me a budget to work with, then I can give you a lit of parts. Also, go to your user cp and fill in your system specs.

http://www.overclock.net/specs.php
post #3 of 10
Its always better to build your own, any kit is a compromise on parts..Cheap kits are a waste of $$$ and not reliable, you would be better off with a HSF then a cheap kit...Building your own you can get the parts that are best for you and get better performance ....Look in the for sale section and you can find WC'ing gear cheap at times....
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the thing is im building my stuff right now so when i get my sig ready and done ill put it up. thanks =D
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When you're ready, just let us know how much you have to spend and what you are wanting to cool.
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post #7 of 10
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haha yeh well. internal WC fit a Mid Tower ATX?
post #8 of 10
You could probably stuff a 240 rad in it somewhere at least...I like to keep mine out in the cooler room ambient air...You can hang one on the back with a rad box.Radbox ..Or mount it on the top of your case, that way you can easily have a 360 rad if you need it, plus a little better temp's...
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post #9 of 10
i would advise against any watercooling kits. i received a very expensive case with a built in WC system as an Xmas gift last year and it only took a few weeks for me to realize how s@#tty it was... mixed metals, 1x120mm rad, small tubing, etc etc. i have heard petras tech shop and NCIX.com offer pretty good "kits" but then again theyre not really kits per se, they just pick some ideal parts that you build your loop with. anyway im making decent $$ now so i tore the old loop out, modded my case, and built my own loop! so much fun even tho my right wrist was broken and in a cast that effectively immobilized my thumb while i was assembling it.
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post #10 of 10
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alright ill post back as soon as i build my rig which will be soon hopefully. one question what would the prices be? around? for everything together
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