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    Okay I'm going for a watercooling system. Budget $150-200 max.
    Yes, baire thike ananbo but better if its from amzaon or the egg. FrozenCPU will do too. No Kits plz. Ek ek month e ek ekta part anabo.
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    Oh & another thing. Each month e only $50 r parts anaybo.

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    RX360 kit. Best buy in that budget, echara bhalo kichu nite hoile budget exceed korbe. :/

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    Actually alada alada parts ante chacchilam as taile shipping charge kom porbe.

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    There's no way you can buy a decent WC setup by spending ~$200. Get a kit 1st as @error suggested, and expand(customize). The RX360 already comes with one of the best rads(RX) and block(Raystorm). If you want to go fully custom, you need atleast $300-400, if you also want GPU in the loop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    There's no way you can buy a decent WC setup by spending ~$200. Get a kit 1st as @error suggested, and expand(customize). The RX360 already comes with one of the best rads(RX) and block(Raystorm). If you want to go fully custom, you need atleast $300-400, if you also want GPU in the loop.
    RX360 = Outer mount. Cannot fit a 360 rad in the GT & the kits with raystorm blocks are about ~$279.99. Take a look. http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g30/...its-Page1.html
    If it has to be a kit then I guess the RS240 or RX240 as they weight 8 Pounds making around 6k shipping weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EviL AnGeL View Post
    RX360 = Outer mount. Cannot fit a 360 rad in the GT & the kits with raystorm blocks are about ~$279.99. Take a look. http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g30/...its-Page1.html
    If it has to be a kit then I guess the RS240 or RX240 as they weight 8 Pounds making around 6k shipping weight.
    You are telling me a GT can't accommodate an RX360 internally? ...

    Ar bollam e to if you want to go fully custom, $200 diye kichui hobe na. Only the Rad and block will cost you around $180, then there are fitting/connectors/tube/res/pumps/fans/gpu blocks/coolant(optional)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    You are telling me a GT can't accommodate an RX360 internally? ...

    Ar bollam e to if you want to go fully custom, $200 diye kichui hobe na. Only the Rad and block will cost you around $180, then there are fitting/connectors/tube/res/pumps/fans/gpu blocks/coolant(optional)
    Apparently the Level 10 GT supports upto 240mm rad tops.
    How about RS240 ? The 1 with the RASA block ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EviL AnGeL View Post
    Apparently the Level 10 GT supports upto 240mm rad tops.
    How about RS240 ? The 1 with the RASA block ?
    It's good if you pair it with high RPM fans, whereas the RX shines low RPM fans and even rivals some of the best rads in the market. Anyways, I'm shocked that such an expensive casing has only room for a 240, hell even my Dokker can fit a 240 inside. :/

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    Accha how about these :
    http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...?tl=g30c95s160
    http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14...325s1118#blank
    Rest pore chinta korbo. Budget stretch kora jabe but ekshthe 20k dewa not possible. :/

    ---------- Post added at 17:41 ---------- Previous post was at 17:37 ----------

    OR should I grab a RX240 along with The apogee XT ?
    Resevior, pump, fittings bla bla pore dekha jabe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EviL AnGeL View Post
    Accha how about these :
    http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...?tl=g30c95s160
    http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14...325s1118#blank
    Rest pore chinta korbo. Budget stretch kora jabe but ekshthe 20k dewa not possible. :/

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    OR should I grab a RX240 along with The apogee XT ?
    Resevior, pump, fittings bla bla pore dekha jabe.
    lol you didn't answer my first question. It seems the level10 is not much suited for WC. Rakin if I'm correct the 5.25'' bays are separated from the main body of the casing right? If you were to get those WC parts, the Rasa uses a single 5.25'' (pump+res), not sure it'll work with your case.

    Lastly, the pump is the most important aspect of WC, if you bla bla the pump, then there's no point doing WC. Also you'll need to be very careful of the leaks, and this is where quality fittings/connectors come in which are again costly, and also the tubing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    lol you didn't answer my first question. It seems the level10 is not much suited for WC. Rakin if I'm correct the 5.25'' bays are separated from the main body of the casing right? If you were to get those WC parts, the Rasa uses a single 5.25'' (pump+res), not sure it'll work with your case.

    Lastly, the pump is the most important aspect of WC, if you bla bla the pump, then there's no point doing WC. Also you'll need to be very careful of the leaks, and this is where quality fittings/connectors come in which are again costly, and also the tubing.
    Actually, now it seems the Spedo was better overall after-all. Jai hok. Could u suggest some pumps & waterblocks ?
    EDIT : I didn't get where was the question , I'm going blind nowadays

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    Quote Originally Posted by EviL AnGeL View Post
    Actually, now it seems the Spedo was better overall after-all. Jai hok. Could u suggest some pumps & waterblocks ?
    EDIT : I didn't get where was the question , I'm going blind nowadays
    Psst, nvm. The Spedo was definitely better. I'm not too sure how WC will turn out on that case. If you are that type, who will change the loop every now and then, look for a better case.

    As for the suggestion: Raystorm is cheap, yet very effective for a block, and the Swiftech MCP655 is still the king for the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Psst, nvm. The Spedo was definitely better. I'm not too sure how WC will turn out on that case. If you are that type, who will change the loop every now and then, look for a better case.

    As for the suggestion: Raystorm is cheap, yet very effective for a block, and the Swiftech MCP655 is still the king for the price.
    Roger that! Koyta review dekhlam, Scrap the Apogee HD, Raystrom proved to be a bit better.

    ---------- Post added at 18:14 ---------- Previous post was at 18:10 ----------

    Err! Sorry to bug u a bit more but, compression fittings & tubing size ki nibo ?

    ---------- Post added at 18:21 ---------- Previous post was at 18:14 ----------

    Err, scrap that. I'll be better off getting the RX240.

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    That depends on what you are trying to achieve. I'll say 3/8inch, but then again you can have a tighter fit using 7/16inch using barbs. Try to read some tutorials, if this is your first time with WC. And one last thing, the reservoir should always be higher than the pump which is going to store water (either the EK/XSPC bays), and the pump lower which in your case should be a Laing D5.
    Last edited by dipanzan; April 6th, 2012 at 19:26.

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    buying parts separately will be pain....get a kit first like the RASA RX240 kit
    later u can extend on it slowly...also EK kits comes with compression fittings u can have a look at those also
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    Quote Originally Posted by EviL AnGeL View Post
    Err, scrap that. I'll be better off getting the RX240.
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    A 22k truck (oh sorry, a case) and you can't install a 360 rad? Money well spent :thumb: You could just keep your Spedo.

    If your max budget is $200, all you can get is a kit, which are good for starters, but when you get to know more about wc'ing, you'll be wanting to upgrade it. The kits, iirc, don't come with compression fittings, thus the low price tag. And if you can afford, get a Black Ice GT rad, they have higher fin density and would be better than the RS/RX rads. Compression fittings tend to be quite expensive, but you can always go for barbs or get the relatively cheap fittings from XSPC. As for the pump, get the Laing D5 as Dipanzan suggested, it is better than the MCP655-B iirc. I didn't read all of the above posts, so if I missed on something, let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    A 22k truck (oh sorry, a case) and you can't install a 360 rad? Money well spent :thumb: You could just keep your Spedo.

    If your max budget is $200, all you can get is a kit, which are good for starters, but when you get to know more about wc'ing, you'll be wanting to upgrade it. The kits, iirc, don't come with compression fittings, thus the low price tag. And if you can afford, get a Black Ice GT rad, they have higher fin density and would be better than the RS/RX rads. Compression fittings tend to be quite expensive, but you can always go for barbs or get the relatively cheap fittings from XSPC. As for the pump, get the Laing D5 as Dipanzan suggested, it is better than the MCP655-B iirc. I didn't read all of the above posts, so if I missed on something, let me know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    A 22k truck (oh sorry, a case) and you can't install a 360 rad? Money well spent :thumb: You could just keep your Spedo.
    lol thanks for pointing it out, this was my original question Rakin. What good is the GT, if it can't house a 360 for all that money you spent. Didn't want to hurt his feelings, anyways. ^^

    Oh, and Dee the GT is overrated now, the RX seems to be the most balanced rad out there, once pair it with some ~1500-1800RPM fans.

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