Watercooling Kits Prefitted into popular cases ready for you to transplant your current system into! Nice and easy, just pick your blocks and away you go...
Complete Watercooling kits comprise of everything required to get you started on Watercooling your CPU. This is the easiest method to watercooling, as everything comes boxed up with full instructions to make the installation as easy for you as possible. Also includes the "CustomKit Builder"
The waterblock is the replacement for your current HSF. These are generally constructed from copper and delrin or lucite to prevent galvanic corrosion (common in waterblocks which include aluminium). In this section you'll find waterblocks from Danger Den, Swiftech, EK, D-Tek and more...
Various adapters by TEFEN, all in plastic so non-conductive! Also contains miscellaneous accessories such as Water Wetter, Purple Ice, UV Reactive Dye, Hose Clips, Bleed Kits etc.
The pump is the heart of a watercooling system, and does as it says... pumps your coolant round the system. There are many pumps on the market. Eheims have had the best reputation for quality as well as for silence in the past, however newer 12v DC pumps such as the D5 and DDC are now ruling the roost... giving better performance and less noise than their 240v counterparts.
The reservoir is your water storage tank. Reservoirs act as the filling point for your system, and a good place to drain air from. This section also contains Fill-Line accessories for res-less systems.
Once your water has passed over your CPU/ GPU/Northbridge or HDD, it is hotter than when it started. A radiator is used to cool this water back down prior to passing back over your hardware. The bigger the radiator the better the chances of getting the water to it's lowest temp.
Tubing is essential for any watercooling system. It's size varies from kit to kit. There are also a lot of choices when it comes to the type of tubing. The best of the best is Tygon which is very flexible without kinking. All are contained within!
No matter how good the heatsink or waterkit, if the contact between the cooling element and the item being cooled is poor then you're not getting the best you can out of your system. This can cause BSODs, system instability, spontaneous reboots etc. Using a good quality Thermal Compound can decrease temperatures by upto 5 degrees.
Peltiers are a Power Users upgrade to your average watercooling kit... providing sub-zero temps, these are one of the ultimate cooling methods, but also one of the most dangerous....