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Hey everyone, I am using my sig rig and I have decided to water cool my system for the first time. I am totally clueless. How much will this cost me to get decent parts? Today I cut holes in the case to move the wires in order to make room. Where can I learn to set up a water cooling system? Should I buy a kit or go with parts? Most importantly, which is more cost effective?
Thanks!
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I would suggest parting one together your self. However, if the idea of a kit sounds easier, this one is pretty good. Great block good pump and you can get a 360 rad for only $14 more.

Hopefully, Ira will be here with his page of links, great reading every last one.

Also, if you would rather piece something together, give us an idea on budget so the more knowledeable members can help you out.

here's a link to Iras links. LOL

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ml#post3972997
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^ what he said, that kit is win, also have a good read through ira-k's stuff, he knows his business.
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Hey everyone, I am using my sig rig and I have decided to water cool my system for the first time. I am totally clueless. How much will this cost me to get decent parts? Today I cut holes in the case to move the wires in order to make room. Where can I learn to set up a water cooling system? Should I buy a kit or go with parts? Most importantly, which is more cost effective?
Thanks!
Good luck with the antec case its not very WC friendly i spent 1-1/2 hours just trying to figure out how it was gonna work and were to put it
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Yeah let us know how much you can spend and we will be able to better help you...Its always better to piece one together your self, you can cherry pick parts that way....You can buy used parts to, that can save some $$$ ,you can find some great deals here at times in the for sale threads....
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I would suggest parting one together your self. However, if the idea of a kit sounds easier, this one is pretty good. Great block good pump and you can get a 360 rad for only $14 more.

Hopefully, Ira will be here with his page of links, great reading every last one.

Also, if you would rather piece something together, give us an idea on budget so the more knowledeable members can help you out.

here's a link to Iras links. LOL

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ml#post3972997
Thanks for your help so far everyone. I kind of like the idea of getting that kit. It is around $260 with the upgraded rad. Will this all fit inside my case, or do I have to put some outside?
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Thanks for your help so far everyone. I kind of like the idea of getting that kit. It is around $260 with the upgraded rad. Will this all fit inside my case, or do I have to put some outside?
Man I don't know...Just measure it out and see if you can fit one in it somewhere..If no one can tell you here I'd look through the case mod area for some WC 900's...

You can always mount it on the top of the case or hang it on the back with one of these..Radbox ..I like my rad out in the cooler room ambients anyway, it has to help temp's a little...
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Thanks for your help so far everyone. I kind of like the idea of getting that kit. It is around $260 with the upgraded rad. Will this all fit inside my case, or do I have to put some outside?
Heres my 900 setup you can use for reference

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I ordered a bunch of stuff should be coming today and I am going to do exactly what SlicketyRickety did except for I might cut the holes for the tubes (in the back) a little higher so it does not mess with the 120mm fan right there.
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