How expensive is watercooling? Tags: New Build Water Cooling Intel i7 Systems Last response: April 16, 2010 3:33 PM in Systems Share Slipperss April 16, 2010 3:18:55 PM Lets say I have 2 5970's and a I7-980x i wanted watercooled, how expensive would it be? More about : expensive watercooling MadAdmiral April 16, 2010 3:33:46 PM It would add $200 per card for the water cooled version and $200-250 for a good water cooling kit. So it would add $600-$650 to the entire build, assuming you have a large enough case for all of that. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources H100 or Watercooling Kit: What is the least expensive? Forum SolvedHow important is a high quality/expensive MOBO for gaming? Forum SolvedHow important is an expensive processor? Forum SolvedDo you recommend me this 1TB HDD? And how is the 500GB version of it more expensive than the 1TB HDD version? Forum SolvedHoping to Battlefield 4 on ultra settings- How expensive will a gaming pc run me? Forum SolvedHow is this Unique budget+expensive gaming build? Forum SolvedHow to get started on watercooling CPU? Forum how expensive to replace hard drive on insperion all in one 2305? Forum SolvedHow far can you push the FX-8320 with watercooling? Forum Hoping to Battlefield 4 on ultra settings- How expensive will a gaming pc run me? Forum How expensive is windows 8 compared to windows 7 Forum SolvedHow far does a watercooling pump effectively pump liquid? Forum SolvedHow common is it for watercooling to fail? Forum New to custom water-cooling. How many radiators? Forum How to setup Fans and Radiators in 750D water-cooling build Forum new to watercooling how many rads do I need? Forum How much money should I expect to spend on a full watercooling system? Forum Hp pavillion tv needs a new sensor eye, how expensive is this? Forum How much would a complete watercooling set cost for my pc Forum How to prevent my expensive 3DCard from burning down or malfunctioning Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !