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Custom water loop or kit pricing

aanguyen

41 months ago

Which would be cheaper? Individually pick each part for custom water loop or buying a custom water loop kit like the one from thermaltak or ekwb?

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  • 40 months ago
  • 1 point

I would think it would be cheaper to get a kit. The pricing on the custom loop kits from EK make me think it would be hard to beat. The best thing to do is to actually figure out all the parts you would need and see which is cheaper.

The thing is too, you might get into your loop installation and realize you need a part that isnt included in the kit or you forgot to order if you pick your own parts so plan on having an extra amount of money set aside should you end up in that situation.

  • 40 months ago
  • 1 point

The kits are defiantly cheaper plus depending on to one you get, can have up to a 360 rad with a separate pump instead of a pump/res combo.

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