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  1. Budget (including currency): ~$2500-$3000 (PC w/ watercooling budget) Country: US Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Streaming and gaming Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): Peripherals will be bought w/ a separate budget, going to be buying this month Here is my plan: PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU
  2. Thank you for the input, I didn't even think about this. I are going to be looking into cross flow rads for the top, and I'll just buy one of the front too! Thanks for the input. Thinking about putting the drain by the gpu/res connection, would that work? Thank you!
  3. Okay, thanks for the suggestions! Those fittings are so much less expensive. I was thinking about using the corsair drain (https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Custom-Cooling/Fittings/hydro-x-ball-valve/p/CX-9055019-WW), but didn't put it in the diagram because I didn't know where the best place to put it. Great! 12 seems to be the general consensus. I will pick up a few extras for sure, better safe than sorry. I feel much better about getting extras since the bitspower fittings are less expensive. Do you have a link to watercool blocks I can look at
  4. I made a rough plan on a loop path for a PC I am making. This is my first time water cooling and I really like the aesthetic of hardline tubing. I have read guides and watched videos and I am just about ready to buy all the things. I just want to make sure I am buying the right things, and enough fittings and tubing. I am going to be using the Fractal Meshify S2 case, I like the way it looks and I've also read that it has really good airflow. For the watercooling parts, I chose to use Corsair's Hydro X series with the exception of tubing, I wanted to use PETG tubes beca
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