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Watercooling Budget Watercooling

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by chap, 9 Sep 2011.

  1. chap

    chap New Member

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    This watercooling kit is getting sold on ebay for only 59.99 pounds excluding shipping http://tinyurl.com/Magicool108

    This is an incredible price, is it good for watercooling or is it later on going to be a problem?
     
  2. fdbh96

    fdbh96 New Member

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    You would only be able to cool the CPU (thin 120mm rad) so you may as well go for one of the corsair AIO units (h50/60). It would give same cooling for a lot less hassle :)
     
  3. chap

    chap New Member

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    I like open watercooling that has access to the coolant including viewing so Corsair closed is not good.
     
  4. Bloody_Pete

    Bloody_Pete Technophile

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    You'll probably get better performance and support from one of the Corsair units too.

    FYI there is no 'budget' watercooling, only expensive and less expensive :p
     
  5. fdbh96

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    But the fan Inc. Will be awful and the pump will be loud. I don't know this but for £60 its very probable ;)
     

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