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Water Cooling

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You can probably plan to spend at least $50 for a real budget system, but more likely, it will cost you over $100 for a complete quality system.
Expect to spend more than 130 bux if you are going to get a decent cooling system. Build your own might cost less but keep in mind that buying the already made is much less work and hassle.
Try www.dangerden.com for more details. I've got mine from there. They don't have pumps as of yet. (Maybe they do now)
Anyways, good luck.
buying a pre-built one is going to be easier, but building your own is much cheaper and much more fun!
uhh ,if your gonna build one and want to use good quality parts ,expect to spend around 100$us ,course you could prolly do it for less than 50$ if you used a cheap pump and some tupprware