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    iron man Array kkn's Avatar
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    http://www.frozencpu.com/products/15...l=g30c321s1367 ->$237 cheepest i can find for you, then it have the tubing you need, stand alone pump/res combo ( not bay res ) fluid, compression fittings, fans, TIM.
    or you can buy barbed ones for 3USD a pop ( depends on what you want ): http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g30/...rbs-Page1.html
    TIM remover if reseating CPU block a few times: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/37...?tl=g8c123s248

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    Ok, so there's no real cheap option

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    That a good set up that kkn is suggesting. EK is a really good company and they have fix there water blocks now. I heard a few years ago there blocks was having problems with corrosion. They got that fix now. So this is another great way to go. I hate to say it, but it cost close to $300 for a good water cooling kit. What great about getting a kit is you can always add on to it. If you short on cash and cant go with a open loop then you can try this. It the Swiftech H220 (Price: $139.95 - ETA End of February) it is a close loop system but you make it a open loop later on. The man that owns Swiftech and build these products was telling Linus at Linus Tech Tips that you can take the hose off and drain it and then add to it. I think this might be the way for yoy to go. All you have to do is get you a couple of clamps and some tubing and Coolant then go ahead and add the tubing to the Fusion Thermo. Go to this link and scroll down to the youtube videos. It all from CES 13. If need be,
    you can contact them and if you dont get a answer in one to two days. Just try agin they will get back with you.
    If your money is low , then this is the way to go to. lol

    http://www.swiftech.com/H220.aspx (go to 7:26 of the 16:48 youtube video)
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    ROG Guru: Black Belt Array Area 66's Avatar
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    you want cheaper, you go with Noctua D14 cooler. WC is not cheap. Cheap pump = more failures, cheap rad = less efficient and so.

    The Swiftech 220 is also an option in your case, but I hope their pump don't leak like some Cool-it
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    The H220 is probably the way to go from what I saw

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