I need advice as someone wanting better temps than air can provide for overclocking, but is afraid of moving to a water-based cooling system.
Kits are always a great starting point. Less margin for error in purchases, and everything you need in one box.
I just put this build together a week ago. This disappoints me lolOriginally Posted by ciarlatano
Which brings up another point. You will never hear someone say "the Storm Trooper is water cooling friendly". You may strongly want to consider a case with a newer design. Even something as simple as an $89 Phanteks Pro M Acrylic is world's above the Storm Trooper when liquid is involved.