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Pre build water-cooling case worth it?

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January 27, 2014 11:11:49 AM

Hi i'm looking to purchase this as i'm a complete newbie to water cooling but am curious and thought this is seems to be good first try with its water-cooling options but would prefer the experts advice.

Or would it be best to go a different route and purchase a case and a separate cooling kit?

this is the case with the cooling kit http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/WCUK-Bitfenix-Prodigy...

Many thanks in advance

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January 27, 2014 11:48:10 AM
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I will say that the parts are nice as is the case only you can decide if it is worth the price.
Every water cooling guru will do it different than the other with so many choices it gets very personal.
If that case suits your needs then you will have a tested solid loop without much fuss.
January 27, 2014 1:27:42 PM

giltyler said:
I will say that the parts are nice as is the case only you can decide if it is worth the price.
Every water cooling guru will do it different than the other with so many choices it gets very personal.
If that case suits your needs then you will have a tested solid loop without much fuss.


Thank you for your input :)  I'm keen on the water cooling seems after reading a lot though i will end up spending £350+ one day on it after this case if it fails or gets too easy lol ...
January 27, 2014 2:57:32 PM

After doing it myself a custom loop is easy but before I jumped I watched lots of videos on other peoples builds and read lots of forums.
I also went through a few Corsair hydro units prior to full custom.
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