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http://petrastechshop.com/pecod4.html

150$ for everything you need

edit: crap your in the UK.... shipping would kill it
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Ok guys.

I am still gonna check with this local guy about the ehiem pump.

Failing that:

Flow Performance Block- £20
http://www.aqua-pcs.co.uk/flow-perfo...lock-718-p.asp
review -> http://www.overclock 3d .net/reviews.php?/cases_cooling/aqua-pcs_flow_performance_cpu_block/1

3 meters or XSPC 7/16" tubing- £8.20
http://www.aqua-pcs.co.uk/xspc-716-i...nge-1751-p.asp

8 1/2" barbs- £13.30
http://www.aqua-pcs.co.uk/xspc-12-barb-1845-p.asp

240mm Rad- £23
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Alpha...-Oem-Brown-box)

Pump- £38
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Alpha...r-Pump)-(15127)

Total is ~ £120 including another Silverstone FM122 fan.

What do you guys think of this loop?

Or the XSPC rad linked to earlier from marcus and co.
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your scan links aren't working, for me anyway.
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most of your stuff should come with barbs, check the descriptions
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post #15 of 18
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Ok, I have changed my loop ever so slightly to reflect what others have said.

The Block is still the flow one, it is cheap yet capable. For £20 it is a great deal.
http://www.aqua-pcs.co.uk/flow-perfo...lock-718-p.asp

The Pump- assuming this local guy isnt willing to sell the ehiem he has cheap
http://www.aqua-pcs.co.uk/d-tek-db-1...cpx1-948-p.asp

The rad- either:
Scan.co.uk code LN16157 (Alphacool black ice xtreme 2)
or
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/cata...roducts_id=122


Reservoir will likely be a fillport.

Going to use 7/16" tubing on 1/2" barbs.

What do you say of this loop?
Going to be using Silverstone FM122 fans on the radiators.
    
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post #17 of 18
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Have done mate ^^

It seems that the D-tek db1 is impossible to find. Everywhere in the UK is out of stock of the things.

there is also this kit:
http://www.aqua-pcs.co.uk/hydroflow-...kit-1881-p.asp

I have asked Aqua-pcs if they could do it with 1/2" barbs and 7/16" tubing.

I await a reply.

The single feser rad should easily handle a quad, especially with an fm122 on it.
    
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Scan is currently playing up at the moment, taken me since 4am to order some parts.

Had a look on www.ChilledPC.co.uk ?
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