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Build a water cooling system for a powerful computer


yehonatan21
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Hello there is a situation that I am going to build a system To my new computer and I want help about what I need to order for everything to work - so first thing my new computer contains:

core i7 7700k

Z270 GAMING M5 (MS-7A78)

NVIDIA GTX 1080

CORSAIR LPX 32GB (2X16GB) 3200MHz

be quiet silent base 600

Samsung 850 EVO 250GB ssd

So this is I do not know what parts to buy I would be happy if you write me what parts I need to buy Thank you all !!

 

 

 

 

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system Water under personal construction is usually not contracting and that's it. There should be a vision behind the construction of such a system, otherwise it simply does not pay in terms of appearance and results.

 

If the target is the next net of the processor to a lower temperature, in the case of 7700K it is simply a waste because there is a thermal bottleneck that makes it very difficult Its effective with anything above quality air cooling. Most often, before the construction of a system Water is adapted to a processor such as 7700K Overclocking is a process of daling, actually removing the lid and replacing the thermal ointment with liquid metal or a higher quality ointment. Of course, the process brings a certain risk and of course the complete responsibility for the processor.

 

So I will ask - what is the vision, what is the goal?

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