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About to head to microcenter to buy a watercooling setup help.

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Can someone List all the accessories i would need for a watercooling setup from microcenter website only thanks budget is around 300 thanks.
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If they have them stocked, the swifttech kits are amazing for the money.
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yea I was looking at that too....but wouldnt a custom one be better for the same price or am I wrong ?
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post #4 of 5
Idk about your microcenter but mine has cheap low qualitly watercooling products. Save yourself the water damage and do some research / buy online.
    
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post #5 of 5
The only things I really like at microcenter is the selection of swiftech parts. I bought my rad and cpu block from them, which is actually decently priced. I also bought the primochill tubing from them but that was only because I was in a hurry.

Other parts i've seen worth buying: Swiftech microres, EK GPU blocks, typical barbs.

Just remember you could build a full loop at microcenter just like you can build a full pc, but expect to pay more just like the full pc.
Edited by Tennobanzai - 4/22/11 at 1:34pm
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