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Water cooling set (used) found online

Today I found someone online close-by who sold some stuff for a custom loop water cooling system.

I was able to buy everything for 30 euros (around 40 dollars) from him and this is what was included:

- total of 3m hoses (10mm inner, 14mm outer)

- 1 copper cooling block for CPU (he didn't knew brand, but their was Tt engraved on it. Anyone knows more?)

- 2x eheim pump 1046 220V

- 2x fitting 12mm 1/4
- 2x fitting 10mm 1/4

- 2x 10mm to 10mm coupler's

- 2x 10mm to 8mm coupler's
- 2x corner piece 90 degree 10mm to 10mm coupler's

- 40x hose clamps

The pumps came without electric plugs, but I can easily put this on them.

I'm going to pick this all up tomorrow. I will start looking for a 240 or 280 rad now and a reservoir.

So what do you guys think? Does it sound ok?

I'm still not sure if the waterblock will fit my AM3+ socket, but the guy who sold it said it was universal use.

I'm not sure what to think of the double pumps. Any tips on this? I will also add water cooling to my GPU (or current two).

Please give me some feedback on this and maybe help with reservoir/rad. I would very much appreciate it.

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Everything seems decent, (although quite ghetto) but it should be fine.

 

 

Do you have a dedicated GPU? I highly recommend watercooling that as well.

GPU's benefit so much more from watercooling versus CPU's.  (65-80C under load to 35-50c under load is a giant improvement)

 

 

Also, is this the waterblock you mentioned?

 

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Wow, an entire WC set for 40 bucks? That's damn cheap, bro. One warning. It probably used in a system, so inspect everything.

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I wouldn't ever go for a second hand watercooling solution when it's not a closed loop one.

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Also, is this the waterblock you mentioned?

 

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That is exactly the one. Do you have a link from some site for me?

 

 

 

I wouldn't ever go for a second hand watercooling solution when it's not a closed loop one.

This is my first build and I don't have that much of a budget on it which is a problem.

As @Lays said, it is kind of ghetto, but it is damn cheap. I still however need a rad and reservoir.

 

 

Everything seems decent, (although quite ghetto) but it should be fine.

 

 

Do you have a dedicated GPU? I highly recommend watercooling that as well.

GPU's benefit so much more from watercooling versus CPU's.  (65-80C under load to 35-50c under load is a giant improvement)

 

I have two 7950 OC in Crossfire now, but I might sell them and buy a R9 290X and I will definitely put that in the loop 

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That waterblock is for GPU's, you can probably get it to fit on your socket, but it may be difficult.

 

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Well, I could just put it on my GPU, but would it be any good on a 290X? I don't think so myself

 

No you'd need a full cover block for it. Those cards take way to much power just to put a block only on the GPU, and not on the VRAM, VRM, GPU.

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No you'd need a full cover block for it. Those cards take way to much power just to put a block only on the GPU, and not on the VRAM, VRM, GPU.

I thought so, but thank you for clearing this out for me!

I will research if it will fit as a CPU cooler when I get it tomorrow. I will let you know, so please take a look back at this post tomorrow if you want to know the results.

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