Liquid cooling

hi
i am new to liquid cooling and Pc gaming in general i was wondering if some one could advise me on wat sort of cooling system i should get
i was thinking:
t virus reservoir
Thermaltake P500 Water Pump
Swiftech MCR220 Quiet Power 2x120mm Radiator (Quad Red LED 120mm Fan x2)
and i also need a i7 920 water block
pls advise
thx in advance
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  1. uniman6699 said:
    hi
    i am new to liquid cooling and Pc gaming in general i was wondering if some one could advise me on wat sort of cooling system i should get
    i was thinking:
    t virus reservoir
    Thermaltake P500 Water Pump
    Swiftech MCR220 Quiet Power 2x120mm Radiator (Quad Red LED 120mm Fan x2)
    and i also need a i7 920 water block
    pls advise
    thx in advance

    My suggestion to you is not to do a liquid setup a good air cooler will perform on par with a cheap liquid setup and be way more reliable.
  2. uniman6699 said:
    hi
    i am new to liquid cooling and Pc gaming in general i was wondering if some one could advise me on wat sort of cooling system i should get
    i was thinking:
    t virus reservoir
    Thermaltake P500 Water Pump
    Swiftech MCR220 Quiet Power 2x120mm Radiator (Quad Red LED 120mm Fan x2)
    and i also need a i7 920 water block
    pls advise
    thx in advance

    New to watercooling? READ HERE FIRST!
  3. saaiello said:
    My suggestion to you is not to do a liquid setup a good air cooler will perform on par with a cheap liquid setup and be way more reliable.

    so what do suggest for air cooling V8 or V10 or something else??
  4. Cooler Master Hyper N520 CPU Cooler can solve your problem just for $35
  5. saaiello said:
    My suggestion to you is not to do a liquid setup a good air cooler will perform on par with a cheap liquid setup and be way more reliable.

    thanks for the suggestion but i was gona run a CPU and a two GTX 560 ti and air cooling wouldnt cut because its really LOUD but i have heard CM V8 are quite
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