Solved First build, With Watercooling loop. Tags: Water Cooling Build Systems Last response: November 19, 2013 8:09 AM in Systems Share Marco Mathias November 19, 2013 7:48:24 AM Hello, I am building a system with a watercooling loop which all together costs 1800$ Parts: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/24PXr Please leave feedback! Purpose: Gaming More about : build watercooling loop Reply to Marco Mathias Best solution 06yfz450ridr November 19, 2013 8:03:15 AM Share not a bad build at all, you can save some money and build your own loop. you really don't need 2 pumps unless you have a complicated loop Reply to 06yfz450ridr Nin3 November 19, 2013 8:09:37 AM Since you buying a watercooling solution i'm gonna guess you plain to OC the CPU, you could buy a better board, like a Z87 Extreme 4 since it as 12 Phase, good for OC. Reply to Nin3 Ask the community Post an answer Related resources : ForumHelp with new watercooling loop, first build. ForumSolved~£350 First Watercooling Loop - Help please! :) ForumSolvedFirst Watercooling loop ForumSolvedFirst Watercooling Loop Advice Welcome ForumSolvedFirst Custom Watercooling loop (CPU only) Requesting Guidance ForumSolvedWatercooling virgin buying first loop. ForumFirst time watercooling. Please advise me on my loop. ForumMy first custom watercooling loop ForumFirst time watercooling loop ForumFirst Watercooling loop......Recommendations ? ForumSolvedHelp with building watercool loop? ForumSolvedFirst Watercooling Build on a roughly $3500 budget ForumSolvedMy new/first watercooling build ForumSolvedI am building my first liquid cooling loop and have a few questions. ForumSolvedFirst Build, Help on watercooling. ForumSolvedAdvice on Watercooling - First Build ForumMy build plz critiqe it (first build and water loop) ForumSolvedWatercooling Loop Problem ForumSolvedWatercooling i7 4770k/GTX 770 separate loop ForumSolvedBuilding my first watercooling system, and price estimation? More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !