Looking for best Internal Water cooling

inveterate

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Not necessarily a Kit, i don't mind having diff pieces, but i'd prefer it all stay Inside the case..

Unless u guys can convince me that external units would pwnz0r

I have a P180. w/ the good door ;)
 

TrevorRC

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How many drives do you use? How many spare ones are there?

Is your *gag* Aspire *gag* PSU modular? If not..

You can cut out the top of the case and mount a radiator and RadGrillz there, completely internal and lookin' pretty smooth ;)
 

inveterate

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NO idea what modular means, but this is a p180 so it's in the bottom chamber by itself. and there are no drives in the top chamber.
 

aigomorla

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Originally posted by: Greenman
A quick search will turn up at least ten threads asking the same question.

LOL i love how people will get over excited and then just start this post ALL OVER AGAIN. I dont know how many times ive answered this question in this same section.

Well, to help you out a bit, High end kits may actually be a better value then getting each parts piece by piece.

your asking why?
Because in a kit, they give you almost everything you could possibly need. Tubing, clams, water treatment compounds, even an instruction manual for those that are completely new the water cooling. Also you dont have to worry about mixing metals (which is a VERY VERY BAD THING), and the fittings are all identical. Dont mix fittings, like 1/2 on one thing and go down to 3/8ths on another.

the best kit to date that i know of, also the kit that my brother and i are on, except mine is tweeked out more is the swiftech apex 220. Just make sure you buy gpu blocks if you want to water cool your gpu. Another good kits are the ones provided by DangerDen. Either will do fine.

Anyhow do some searchs on the threads as i have assisted a lot of people with watercooling, and if you still have questions feel free to pm me, i'll be glad to refer you to sites where you can pick up parts, and also give you some advice.