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Purpose:

I want this thread to exist for 2 purposes. The first purpose is so that we can all enjoy the sheer beauty and power of water cooling. The second purpose is so that people who have never used water can come here for inspiration to make the switch and for advice and ideas on what kind of parts and setups they want for themselves.

Mature discussion of parts and watercooling theory is welcome,if the post you wish to make is of a technical nature then please use the search to see if you question has already been answered or start a thread. The post rate is very fast and questions can get swallowed up and not seen,dont be offended if your question is not answered immediately.

 

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To join this club simply post pics of your COMPLETE rig in THIS THREAD and I will add you to the list. The rules are not strict, ANY form of liquid cooling is good; that includes users of products like the Corsair H50. Feel free to post multiple builds and have multiple posts, I will add them next to your original post in the list. Even builds you no longer have are acceptable, just so long as they were built by you.
Dont double post and keep quoted pics (except one) spoilered,this keeps this thread tidy.

 

 

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well i was going to say don't let it in the prebuilt kit people... but guess that won't work lol.


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well i was going to say don't let it in the prebuilt kit people... but guess that won't work lol.


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Swiftech MCP655-b
Swiftech MCP655
Swiftech MCR320
Swiftech MCR320
Swiftech MCR320
Swiftech MCW60
Swiftech MicroRes v2
Dtek Fuzion V2 (universal mount with 775 backplate)
18x High Speed Yate loons.

that thing gets crazier every time i see it +1

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@ Spawn-Inc - that thing is a beast! your in! :-)


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Samsung SSD 840 Evo 250GB
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Samsung 860 Evo 500gb
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Coolermaster Silent Pro Gold 800W
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Custom Loop 2x 360mm Rad
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Lian-Li PC-o11D
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W10 X64
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LG 27" 1080P
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Here's mine, a little homemade deal that does the job...could be better
but could be worse.

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