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    Xigmatek liquid cooling system

    This is on scan as a today only deal:

    Xigmatek AIO-S80DP All-in-1 liquid cooling system (x2 80mm Rad/x2Tank/12v Pump/80m Fan/Copper Block)

    http://www.scan.co.uk/product.aspx?ProductId=22836

    Being an Air man, I have no clue what-so-ever as to whats needed to water cool a PC...however the "All in One" term used by scan would lead me to believe that this is the full kit.

    However priced at £30 I really doubt that it is.

    Can anyone shed some light as to what else would be needed to make this a kit?

    Also I guess this would not be able to be modified to also cool a GPU?

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    Re: Xigmatek liquid cooling system

    Tsk tsk tsk, another Aluminium + Copper combination

    Quote Originally Posted by FrostyTech Review
    Thermally, the Xigmatek AIO-S80DP heatsink is better than the stock Intel Pentium D heatsink by 1.4°C
    Best stick to an aircooler, and no you can't add a GPU cooling solution on there. AIO kit's are worse value for money than air cooling, unless you get a Swiftech H20 kit.

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    Re: Xigmatek liquid cooling system

    You're much better off with a good, high end air cooler for that sort of money. Expect to pay ~£200 for a good water cooled setup.
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    Re: Xigmatek liquid cooling system

    Quote Originally Posted by Salazaar View Post
    You're much better off with a good, high end air cooler for that sort of money. Expect to pay ~£200 for a good water cooled setup.
    CPU Only

    Unless you compromise...

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    Re: Xigmatek liquid cooling system

    Lol.....

    ok...pretty much what my gut was telling me.

    Thanks for the help

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