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Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro

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December 14, 2012 4:38:22 AM

Hey all,

Got a simple question - Is it possible to mod the Water 2.0 Pro closed loop system to add components? I'm starting with the CPU but will be upgrading my video card and whatnot later.

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a b K Overclocking
December 14, 2012 4:41:11 AM

Honestly, if you're going to spend the money to start modding into water cooling, it's best to just stick with a completely custom/kit loop. So in my opinion, I would say no, but others may have a different answer to that.
a c 76 K Overclocking
December 14, 2012 10:26:35 AM

welcome to the forums newcommer!

this is what you're talking about right> http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

so you're willing to spend about $120 on that closed loop, cut it up and run it outside its advertised functionality?

You can go into an entry level watercooling kit, like the XSPC raystorm RS240 kit for about ~$150 and will leave you lots of additional space/capacity to venture into other hardware cooling.

lets just go along your drift of modding the water 2.0:
1| the rad is constructed of aluminium and has high FPI count, bad in terms of galvanic corrosion and whizzing fans
2| the block/ cooling-chamber/block is of copper and is the only thing worth salvaging from your mod.

^ spending $120 for only a pump thas as feeble as an ant trying to take down a Goliath.

need more info on your watercooling workings? head down to the watercooling sticky in my sig.

hope this helps! :) 
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