So how does one gain experience ? Just a bunch of reading how to's DIY
For the most part, yes. We recommend that individuals looking to watercool their computers have a complete understanding of what is going on before they make a single purchase. Even though you don't have any hands-on experience (which people like myself need, as tactile learners), you have at least a basic theoretical understand of how the loop works and how your cooling works. Putting together the whole system...that's a whole other thing...
I wouldn't recommend it either for a first build. Unless you truly understand how all of the computer is assembled and laid out, it would be a bit overwhelming to immediately disassemble GPUs without ever having handled one prior. It increases the chances for mistakes, especially the big ones.
@boiler1990 Good logical input, Yea I still havn't build a computer yet myself, will be doing so in the near future though. Still doing research and waiting for components to come out and then read once again. The Internet is a wonderful invention and place to daze out and get lost in thousands of articles
I'll definitely do quiet a bit of research to see what goes on and the purpose of each part and installation processes just for my own good