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Water Cooling Kits Or Parts?

Does anyone know a good kit for the i7 or parts that you can list please, I cannot really find any kits besides swiftek....Thanks
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  1. NO kits! lol, if your going to do water cooling than you need to read read read. There is a guide at the top of this section that will definitely help you decide on parts.
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    Swiftech makes some nice stuff. They don't sell kits. Stores purchase the aprts and group them together. Swiftech makes top CPU and GPU blocks and some very good radiators. They buy Laing pumps and rebadge them under their name.

    Start at the top of this forum, read for a week, read hard, take notes then ask again.

    THIS is a nice starter kit.
    http://www.jab-tech.com/Swiftech-H20-22-Ultima-XT-Liquid-Cooling-Kit-pr-4324.html

    If you can't do it on your own with some hard work, spending a few weeks on this and other forums reading lots and lots of posts you can ask at Best Buy. They have salespeople payed to help. Too bad there is no watercooling there.

    Your kinda on your own, it's ALL up to you.

    Tough love, but thats the way it is......
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  4. Conumdrum said:
    Swiftech makes some nice stuff. They don't sell kits. Stores purchase the aprts and group them together. Swiftech makes top CPU and GPU blocks and some very good radiators. They buy Laing pumps and rebadge them under their name.

    Start at the top of this forum, read for a week, read hard, take notes then ask again.

    THIS is a nice starter kit.
    http://www.jab-tech.com/Swiftech-H20-22-Ultima-XT-Liquid-Cooling-Kit-pr-4324.html

    If you can't do it on your own with some hard work, spending a few weeks on this and other forums reading lots and lots of posts you can ask at Best Buy. They have salespeople payed to help. Too bad there is no watercooling there.

    Your kinda on your own, it's ALL up to you.

    Tough love, but thats the way it is......


    Thanks for your help!
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