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White AIO water cooler.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi I am slowly trying to build a white build. I am looking for a white AIO cooler for my i5 6600K 3.5 GHz OCed to only 4.1 GHz. I haven't really played around with OCing and not sure I will push my CPU any higher than this. Currently us Fractal Design S24 with no issues but would like to find a white one. 

I have found this ID Cooling IceKimo 120   http://www.idcooling.com/Product/detail/id/74/name/ICEKIMO 120W 

Just looking for any thoughts on the above cooler or any other ideas for a white cooler.

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Spray paint or plasti-dip all the way! ;):P:)


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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 minutes ago, BringBackLCT said:

Spray paint or plasti-dip all the way! ;):P:)

I have watched a few videos on plasti-dip coolers and the rubber pipes don't seem to be to successful as it peels off. What type of other spray paint would you suggest?

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45 minutes ago, evenst3ph3n said:

Hi I am slowly trying to build a white build. I am looking for a white AIO cooler for my i5 6600K 3.5 GHz OCed to only 4.1 GHz. I haven't really played around with OCing and not sure I will push my CPU any higher than this. Currently us Fractal Design S24 with no issues but would like to find a white one. 

I have found this ID Cooling IceKimo 120   http://www.idcooling.com/Product/detail/id/74/name/ICEKIMO 120W 

Just looking for any thoughts on the above cooler or any other ideas for a white cooler.

there isn't really a white cpu cooler out there... its mainly the fans that are white

 

if you can find these then there you go

http://pcpartpicker.com/product/jXjG3C/silverstone-cpu-cooler-td02

http://pcpartpicker.com/product/6hV48d/silverstone-cpu-cooler-td03


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Posted · Original PosterOP
44 minutes ago, SeanAngelo said:

there isn't really a white cpu cooler out there... its mainly the fans that are white

Think I will just wait for a while and see if anything new comes out later in the year. But thanks.

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5 hours ago, evenst3ph3n said:

I have watched a few videos on plasti-dip coolers and the rubber pipes don't seem to be to successful as it peels off. What type of other spray paint would you suggest?

If you want to, you can spray paint the sides and end tanks of the rads just be sure to mask off the fin array so to not get paint one day potentially affect cooling performance. In general hardware store spray paint is good for better, brighter whites and colors automotive paints like duplicolor are a good option. 

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As others have said - just spraypaint the end tanks and sides, but leave the fins.

As for the hoses, just sleeve them.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
17 hours ago, shibbs said:

As for the hoses, just sleeve them.

Hi there do you have any links on how to sleeve the pipes? Yes I am a novice at this...

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10 hours ago, evenst3ph3n said:

Hi there do you have any links on how to sleeve the pipes? Yes I am a novice at this...

For covering or sleeving the tubing you will need to get some watercooling tubing or colored tubing and split it down the middle to slip over the tubing. 

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