Hey Guys I live in South Africa and water cooling bits here are really expensive to import and the like and my budget is like nonexistent. So I gave myself a challenge with a couple of goals. 1: Build a water cooling system as cheap as possible. 2: Using only local bought parts 3: Recycle old parts where ever possible 4: Make it using a hard piping system 5: Steam punk style Okay then let’s get this ball rolling shall we. In the First pic we have my plexiglass which cost me a total of £4.18 Then there is the Copper tubing 2m Length and all the other bits and piece which was £7.9 In the Other Pic there is the water pump which pumps 700L a hour up to a height of 1.2m that cost £13.93 I will be using my old Cooler master 690 case which needs some work. The res will be 14cm x 12cm x 20cm. I have currently two designs for the water block The block is 50mmx50mmx20mm Please le me know which one you think will work the best, I do not have access to flow software to work that kinda stuff out. I had a 3rd design which seems to have gone missing I will see if I can redo it. I have a block of solid copper that is 10cm long at its widest point about 4cm thick, I will be making the cpu block out of that. When I am finshed the layout in sketchup I will post it on here. The biggest problem I am having is finding a rad.