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Enzotech Sapphire CPU Water Block-$40
Black Ice GT Stealth 240 -$50
Swiftech MCP355â„¢ 12 VDC Pump- $60
Swiftech MCRES Micro Rev2 Reservoir- $25
Feser Tube Active UV Hose - 3/8" ID 10ft- $25
YATE LOON 120mm Case Fan - D12SM-12 X2 - $8\\

Comes out at about $200.

Will it all fit in a HAf 922 Case with a AMD ATX Mobo?
Also what else do I need for CPU only?
What about if I add a GPU?
 

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Fill in you specs in here 1st pls
http://www.overclock.net/specs.php?do=addsystem

Also the haf 922 is not meant for water cooling unless using a really skinny rad. The haf 932 is more suited for w/c

Getting a top will help the performance of the pump
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/57..._LED_Port.html
or
http://www.tilatech.com/products/XSP...Laing-DDC.html
or bay res
http://www.tilatech.com/products/XSP...Laing-DDC.html

Rx360 is a rad that you would want if you want to cool your gpu down the road.

Also you will need to get 3/8 barbs for the block
or get a top for the mcp355 and get 1/2 barbs then get 7/16 tubing. Then get clamps or zip ties
 

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Just build me a new loop then because I have no clue what you are replacing...talking about.
Keep it as cheap as possible, but decent quality and good looking .

It also has to fit in the HAF 922, I was told their was plenty of room for a WC setup.
 

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Originally Posted by NightmareRec0n View Post
It also has to fit in the HAF 922, I was told their was plenty of room for a WC setup.
The only logical place to put a rad inside the case is at the top. So not really much options. You need a skinny rad (34mm normally) and 20mm thick fans, or 25mm ones, if you have clearance or willing to mutilate them a bit with a dremel. A double rad will fit, but I am not sure about a triple.

Also the holes at the top for 120mm fans are spaced apart. You will need to drill some extra holes.

OTOH, there are plenty space to mount quite a few single rads, but that would just look silly
 
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