Building a new system top of the line for friend. He wants it water cooled and doesnt want to spend a fortune on the water cooling system. He knows it'll cost a pretty penny but none of these crazy nitro setup suggestions please just somthing that'll work well
I need advice as to what kind of liquid cooling parts I'll need to liquid cool the cpu, mobo, memory and video cards. I also have a case thats well designed for it I think seeing as it even has a hole on top for refilling liquid resevour.
Ok here's what were planning on building parts wise:
Basically I've never done liquid cooling set ups and need advice on what parts I'll need to get the whole thing done, blocks pumps, resevoirs tubing and all. Also somthing that would fit the case well would be great. Any suggestions to a liquid cooling noob would be great. This system will be overclocked and pushed to the limit so it does need to be quality but again no insane prices on parts please
I also see the aquagate max which seems like a nice setup and supposedly fits the case very well seeing as it's made by the company
Would the aquagate max do a good job cooling both cpu and video cards oc'd? Would it even be able to handle the ram?
Thanks for your advice!
Best answer will be rewarded with a best answer! Thanks again!
So I've seen the mobo coolers that cool the north south and the mofos all in one from EK are those any good, is it worth doing for ocing? Or is the mobo temp not all that critical?
Now having looked at it I'll probably spend 600-800$ for a good WC'd setup... you say we should go with the 930 water cooled and oc'd, dont you think that that 600-800$ would be better spent on upgrading the 930 to an 980 and just ocing it on air? Or do you think the performance of an oc'd 930 watercooled would beat the performance of a 980 oc'd on air?