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I have had my water cooling in my computer since November of 2010, and I want to change it up a little bit.

I want to know what you guys think would be the best thing to upgrade next in my system. I would like to make my rig look much cleaner and make the inside look much better, but I am unsure of what exactly to do to it, to make it really go that extra mile to look great.

So I am asking what You guys think would make my rig look even better? new tubing, any case mods? what do you think?

pictures of the rig.
http://photobucket.com/thrasherht
Edited by thrasherht - 4/24/11 at 9:01am
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Really? No advice about making my rig look better?
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what color? I was thinking of changing all my stuff to white to accent the black case. what do you think?
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A waterblock for the graphics card. Very cheap, can be had for around $70 (For a full cover). You could also get a GPU core only card and it allow for future upgrades.
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A waterblock for the graphics card. Very cheap, can be had for around $70 (For a full cover). You could also get a GPU core only card and it allow for future upgrades.
I totally would go for a full block, but I don't have a reference design and nobody made a full block for my card.

I want to get two reference cards, and water blocks for them, and run CF.

Do you think that different colored tubing would look good?
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