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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 10-09-2018, 07:54 AM
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It's expensive, but it is quite attractive. It would look great with some Watercool black/polished radiators.





I told myself I was going to stay away from custom water cooling on my next build, I even bought one of those corsair 360 rad AIO's and a 1080ti hybrid kit. I keep being drawn back to doing another custom loop though.

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It's expensive, but it is quite attractive. It would look great with some Watercool black/polished radiators.





I told myself I was going to stay away from custom water cooling on my next build, I even bought one of those corsair 360 rad AIO's and a 1080ti hybrid kit. I keep being drawn back to doing another custom loop though.
I've been kind of rolling around that idea in my head too, but I just can't leave custom watercooling. It's what I do!
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I've been kind of rolling around that idea in my head too, but I just can't leave custom watercooling. It's what I do!
I'm not sure it's worth quitting unless you can't afford it anymore. My current Ryzen machine has an aio on the cpu and gpu and it was the most boring thing in the world to build. It took me longer to drain and disassemble my old set up than it took to put this one together and get windows installed. Building a computer without a custom loop is about as rewarding as unboxing a pre-built machine, and a little bit easier.

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I'm not sure it's worth quitting unless you can't afford it anymore. My current Ryzen machine has an aio on the cpu and gpu and it was the most boring thing in the world to build. It took me longer to drain and disassemble my old set up than it took to put this one together and get windows installed. Building a computer without a custom loop is about as rewarding as unboxing a pre-built machine, and a little bit easier.

This became apparent for me when I built a friend's PC with an AIO. I was done and stress-testing in less than an hour. Where's the fun in that??

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I pre-ordered the Asus 'Code,' it seems to be the cleanest looking board that is not designed with watercooling in mind. I did think $350 was quite an ask for a ATX Mobo, but I paid it anyway >.<

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