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Liquid Cooling System

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I am looking into purchasing and installing a liquid cooling system in my computer. I was just wondering if anyone had any suggestions for me in the way of what components to start with, suggestions on how to safely install the system, or anything that anyone that has been through this before can offer. I would be most appreciative of any suggestions that anyone may have.
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Well with liquid cooling you need to buy the best you can get cheaper kits(not that they are cheap either just cheaper) but they are generally cheap for a reason and in some cases that may be a greater risk of leakeage or just poor performance, some water cooling kits at the bottom of the range are just as effective and quiet as a good HSF.

Asetek make the best water cooling kits at not to extrotiante prices, however i think the money would be better spent on a new CPU.
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