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    Watercooling build

    Hi to all. First of all english is not my native language. I hope i m posting in proper section.
    I need advice. I spend a lot of time on internet finding proper cooling system. But no luck. Dont understand most of fittings. What im trying to do is to build custom case with W/C.
    My configuration is formula IV with AMD 1090T kingston 4x4 gb. Asus strix 470. If some can made me list what do i need. Beside this should i go with tubes or pipes.
    Tnx.

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    You may start here: https://www.ekwb.com/custom-loop-configurator/
    Tubes or pipes - has no relevance for performance, it's just esthetics...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zka17 View Post
    You may start here: https://www.ekwb.com/custom-loop-configurator/
    Tubes or pipes - has no relevance for performance, it's just esthetics...
    Tnx

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    I have never used hard tubing myself, it looks better but is more difficult to build, you may be spending more for cooling than the cost of your system

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    Quote Originally Posted by Menthol View Post
    I have never used hard tubing myself, it looks better but is more difficult to build, you may be spending more for cooling than the cost of your system
    Tnx for info

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    Your system case will determine what size of radiator you can install, there are different thickness of radiator so you have to make sure the combined thickness with 25mm fans will clear any system components.

    Waterblock is pretty self-explanatory, you will have get one that is compatliable with your socket.

    FIttings is all about outer and inner diameter.

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