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First Water Cooling Build

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Last response: in Overclocking
November 16, 2012 12:41:42 AM

So I plan on adding a liquid cooling system to my current PC, and I'd like some advice on what to pick.

My current build is in a Cooler Master scout, the motherboard is a 790x Asus Evo, the CPU is a Phenom II x4, and the graphics card is currently a 6850, although it may be changed to a GTX 480. I'd like to water cool the CPU and the Graphics card, and eventually the northbridge. My budget is around 200-250 dollars.

So would anyone be able to help me pick out parts, design the flow throughout the system, and how to go about installing it?

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a b K Overclocking
November 16, 2012 3:55:48 AM

yea, a XSPC RX360 kit and a 480 video block to match the card, your looking at $350+ total for this kind of set up.
a c 205 K Overclocking
November 16, 2012 5:58:49 PM

You could do worse than to check out the W/c sticky up top before you start,
a lot of your questions will be answered in there and give you a good knowledgebase to work from
You don't need to W/c the Nb btw
and You can lower the cost on the Gpu block by buying a universal block and some Vga ramsinks, the added bonus there is You can use the block on your next card upgrade instead of buying a new $100+ F/c block
RX360 kit is a winner though