Originally Posted by JackCY
Why on earth would anyone buy a kit when they can choose individual parts then that fit their needs, desires and hardware, maybe this "kit" fits someones but it seems rather limiting considering how many custom cooling options there are.
While I agree with you, I can also see how doing your first loop can be a bit overwhelming, and that a kit may be less daunting and in some cases provide better value. I'm not saying that is the case for all kits, but there are some good ones out there.
Originally Posted by bfromcolo
On that note once you get the larger radiator and compression fitting options, this seems to work out more expensive than the EK L360 kit by a good bit. Are any of the main components (CPU block, radiator, pump) that much better?
The pump and res are certainly a huge step up on the Swiftech. The Swiftech fittings are noticeably better quality, also. I would imagine that the EK PE rad is definitely going to have an advantage (we have no info on the Swiftech, but the PE is very good rad and thicker than the Swiftech), and we know the EK block has a small performance advantage. And if these fans are the same that they are using on the X3 AiO, they are pretty underwhelming in performance, but have nice lighting if you happen to care about that.
Yeah....the little girl hentai avatar is really creeping me out....
Last edited by ryan92084; 02-02-2019 at 06:06 AM.