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    Default Water cooling solution question.

    What is the best watercooling kit/parts you can get at newegg/amazon/frozencpu

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    Default Re: Water cooling solution question.

    you talking custom kits or AIO stuff?
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    Default Re: Water cooling solution question.

    Custom kits, I want to know what is the most powerful watercooling kit in Custom kits that are availiable.

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    Default Re: Water cooling solution question.

    How much do you plan on spending, and do you only want to cool the CPU or do you also want to cool 1-2 GPUs ?
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    Default Re: Water cooling solution question.

    What I mainly want at the bottom line is the best pump on the market that wont be humongous. I can pick out my own waterblocks and tubing, I just need help with radiator pump and reservoir.

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    I find you strange. You're asking for the best, but you're limiting your options to two crappy vendors (for WaCo parts), and a third with no ethics.

    The best small pump on the market is the D5. It has been for years. DDC follows close on its heels. Don't accept any of that Jingway garbage; buy a pump built on one of the two I mentioned.

    The best radiator is situational. What are your circumstances? What do you intend to cool? Do you want it internal? If so, what case? Is noise a factor? These broad, generic requests won't help you, we need details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl View Post
    What I mainly want at the bottom line is the best pump on the market that wont be humongous. I can pick out my own waterblocks and tubing, I just need help with radiator pump and reservoir.
    what case is this going in? as for pump i would say a D5 pump with a good top would do. for rads i suggest Alphacool Nexxxos rads.
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    Default Re: Water cooling solution question.

    We still can't help you correctly. unless you tell us what kind of budget you have to work with, and which case your going to be using. Why have us post products that you may not be able to afford ? Give us something to work with, all cases are different when it comes to Rads, and you haven't even mentioned if you want to go with a 240, 360, or 480 Rad or something larger. It's fine to ask for help, but we need more information. Thanks
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    Earth, why do you say frozencpu is unethical? I've had really good luck with them compared to other Waco vendors. I'm curious about your insights and experience as I'm preparing to make a substantial purchase from them soon.
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    Default Re: Water cooling solution question.

    i love Frozencpu. they have been great to me. but i agree Newegg and Amazon not really the place to look for watercooling parts.
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    So sorry about this, I started looking into cooling kits yesterday so i dont know anything but the parts and a couple other things, Ill take my time to explain this time and leave myself open more, What I would want in a radiator is a high decipating, 1 - 160 dollar radiator that wont be making to much noise, anything under 30 db is fine, most of the time I use a headset when im doing whatever, Next the pump, What i want in a pump the most is a external pump that is really powerful 1 - 220 dollar pump, Internal is GOOD too, so to nag on me about that. If you have anything more expensive than that it is ok as long as it doesent go over 200 dollars. What my maximum on the kit is 660 dollars. Thanks. Also Im open to other venders, Mr nag about Froz CPU XD

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    Also im using a Obsid 800d.

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    Then you can use a 240 or 360, with a little work both
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    Default Re: Water cooling solution question.

    Now we need to know how many component you want to cool, CPU, MOBO, GPU....etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Now we need to know how many component you want to cool, CPU, MOBO, GPU....etc?
    Yup, that was going to be my next question.

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    I MUST KNOW SOMETHING BEFORE I CONTINUE WITH THIS, can you have octo-sli with dual core GPUS? Dont nag me about this, 4 GTX 780s. If so I can just use the entire watercooler just for my gpus. Because if if have that much gpu power, I could sell the system for a really high price, when im going to build my second system.

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