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Help with water cooling setup/parts? Pretty Please

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December 1, 2013 12:23:20 PM

My specs
CPU: AMD FX-8320 Vishera 3.5GHz (4.0GHz Turbo)
CPU cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO
Motherboard: MSI 970A-G43
Memory: G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2133 (PC3 17000)
HD: WD 3TB Desktop Mainstream
Graphics Card: Sapphire Vapor-x 7950
Case: Corsair Odsidian 750D
PSU: Rosewill BRONZE Series RBR1000-M 1000W
OS: Windows 7 64-bit

But anyway I'm looking to do a custom liquid cooled loop for my cpu and gpu. Is there anyway someone could link all the parts I need to do that? I'm stuck finding everything. I got a budget of around $400-$700. I Don't really want to go over that but if I have to I guess I will. I don't want any " Oh you don't need to water cool that":no:  answers. Just need help piecing together a custom loop please and thank you. :) 
And if this isn't the right place for this you can move it. I wasn't sure where to put it.

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December 2, 2013 9:33:42 AM

What components are you stuck on? Can you list your current items you're considering for the loop?

I only ask because I think this could quickly become an issue for you if you are not prepared to install and support a watercooling loop. There is a lot of info that goes into WC, but isn't difficult to sort out with a little reading and understanding. The best way to go about this is to know what you need and what you plan to do with the system in the future. For example, you'll want to know how much heat you'll need to dissipate based on whether you overclock or not.

Give a few solid reads through the watercooling sticky and associated links, linked below in my signature. It should help you get started and help answer a few of your questions, but also will likely to get you thinking about others. The sticky isn't going to give you the answers, but will help you learn how and where to find the answers you need for your own build and how to ask the next set of questions when the time comes.
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