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Newomega

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Good evening everyone, it's been a while since I've been here. I am back asking for help with a part of computer building that I have been hesitant.... actually scared to approach. Water Cooling.

I did a search on the forums, but have not found a guide. There was a link to another site, but that article is no longer available.

If anyone has a link, or a guide that they can post, I would greatly appreciate it. I plan on building a new computer this November-ish, and I am hoping to do watercooling for that system.

Thank for any help you can offer!
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iammykyl

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Hi Newomega, welcome back.

Ahttp://www.ehow.com/how_5000036_install-liquid-cooling.html good tutorial on water cooling can be found at > http://www.ehow.com/...id-cooling.html

Use advanced search on Goggle, How to install liquid cooling, with a time entry of, past year.


Always use a branded cooling liquid, NOT water or even distilled water.

If you need a refresher on building your system use Geeks >
http://www.geekstogo...howtopic=208831

Hooroo.
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Newomega

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Cool, thanks for the links. I'll definitely look it over and make sure everything is right. I don't want to mess up a 2600 dollar system because I didn't know what I was doing or rushed the steps.
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iammykyl

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By the time you come to build this topic will have been closed so, if you have more questions or need help start a new topic.

Look for your parts on Newegg or TigerDirect.

Good luck.
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