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    Moderator Array Nate152 PC Specs
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    Feb 2013

    Depends what you plan on liquid cooling.

    The external cooler I have is the Koolance ERM-2K3U cooling unit, which is now discontinued. But you can get the ERM-3K3U which is an upgraded version -

    It makes it easy as the rad, fans, pump and reservoir are preinstalled, all you do is install water blocks, tubing, fittings and add coolant. The down side is you need two people to move your pc.

    EK has some nice cooling kits, the X series is the best they have.

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    ROG Guru: Elusive Ronin Array SinisterDev85 PC Specs
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    Hi Nate! Long time no see!

    And yeah, I was going to suggest EKWB too! And several of their kits go on sale around this time of year! I feel that their expandable AIO's are great as an entry into open-loop cooling. I was just looking at their Phoenix kit on sale the other day. If you're not comfortable with all the responsibilities (and expenses) of building and maintaining a custom loop cooling system, its a nice middle-ground option. They have cooling systems you can customize, with a variety of options! You can choose your radiator, fans, cpu water block, gpu water block etc. and they pre-fill the units at the factory and ship them to you.
    They have quick connector ports to enable you to easily expand upon the unit with no risk of leaks, adding more radiators, or a gpu block (if you only started with a cpu block for example). You can start small and work your way up, or get everything from the get-go.

    Of course they also have everything for you to build your own high-end custom loop cooling system from scratch too. Flexible or hard tubing, fittings, pumps, rads, blocks, and various accessories. But it can get quite expensive and time consuming ( I still wanna build one haha).
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