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Like the title says, I am just going to be cooling my CPU so I don't need much. I don't have much funds and not an extreme OCer so just an "ok/decent" loop is fine. Thanks!
 

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Originally Posted by DiNet View Post
Buy H50 then? If your really want some water.
That's probably your best bet to start you off.
 

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If you buy used, and get good prices, you can get a CPU block for $30, a radiator for $30, a pump for $40, and that should be just about it. I'd recommend a reservoir, which is about $15. Tubing is pretty cheap as well. Overall, not too bad. Have I missed something?

And hey, look what Sean W. found!
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...loop-good.html
 

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I just bought a D-tek Fuzion V2 - 1366 with a fitseries3 top and 1/2'' barbs. Which radior/pump should I get.
 

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The Swiftech MCR220 and XSPC RS240 radiators can be found new for about $40 (used for less, obviously). They should suit you just fine. For a pump, the Danger Den DD-CPX Pro is a good, inexpensive pick.
 

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Hows this look:
XSPC MCP350/355 Reservoir/Pump Attachment OR XSPC Dual Bay Reservoir/Pump

Swiftech MCR320 Radiator

MCP350 Pump

Bitspower 1/2" Fittings x 6
 
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