Swiftech has assembled a full water cooling kit, including the waterblock, pump and radiator for just over $300. This is not a self contained cooler like you have seen recently from Corsair and others, this is a more traditional watercooling kit. That also means it is more powerful when properly set up, in this case you will need to have all three fans on the radiator running or the heat will not be properly dissipated. That need did prompt the only negative comment X-Bit Labs made, which is that for a watercooler this system is rather loud.
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