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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by FrgMstr, Sep 20, 2018.
Looks very nice
Me, me, me, me! Raising hand wildly.
Nice complete set with a nice looking case!
This kit would turn the newest newbie into a Pro...
I am never that lucky thought of buying this kit though after Jay2cents did a review of it.
Right tools; done right.
It's a really sweet package! Looks like it has more tools than the moonsoon kit
I'd never tie those tubes, no matter how old they got.
This thread inspired me to just go buy watercooling equipment from them. Peace.
I would absolutely love to have this kit. I could never justify the price with my wife though...
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OMG! What happened, I won? I never won anything before, this is crazy.
I'm gonna need some help installing it, I have never attempted custom watercooling before (always used AIO).
And I just recently built a new Ryzen 2700X system a few months ago. Now I'm thinking I might just build another new rig with custom watercooling, what to do, what to do...
First thing you can do is update your sig, so we can comment on if you should watercool what you have (besides the 2700x,) or go with something new!
Ok updated sig, but here is my current build.
AMD Ryzen 2700X 4.30Ghz 1.40v
MSI X470 Gaming M7 \ 16G Vengeance ProRGB 3600
Cooling: TT Ring Plus RGB 280mm
Case: Phanteks LUX Glass / PSU: Corsair RM850x
MSI Duke GTX1080ti,
Crucial MX500 525GB SSD, 4tb Barracuda
Should I build a new 9900k system, and watercool that?
That's really a nice system, I would find it hard to justify upgrading off those components. What resolution do you game at? What else do you do that taxes your system? Where do you feel performance is lacking currently?
It may make sense to make another thread if Kyle doesn't want us clogging up this thread, but I would start with answering those questions. Personally I'm leery of suggesting the 9900k right now for pretty much anyone.