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Monsoon Hardline Pro Bender Kit 1/2 x 5/8 (16mm) - Value Bundle

The Monsoon bending kit is the one stop shop for acrylic bending. Giving you every tool you need to achieve professional results.

was £73.92 inc VAT

In Stock

£59.99 inc VAT
(£49.99 ex VAT)
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Mayhems Pastel - Ice White Coolant 1L

Average rating of 5.0

Providing you with the coolest looking fluids in the Watercooling world, Mayhems Ice White coolant is sure to add the finishing touch to your system

Out of Stock

£14.99 inc VAT
(£12.49 ex VAT)
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Watercool Heatkiller IV Pro Intel - Copper Nickel

The HEATKILLER® IV Pro Sets new standards in performance, quality, and ease of mounting

2 in stock

£61.99 inc VAT
(£51.66 ex VAT)
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Monsoon 13/10mm (ID 3/8 OD 1/2) Free Center Compression Fitting Six Pack - Purple

Monsoon fitting 6-Packs are a great starting point for your system and allow you to install your hardware with the supplied tools!

was £27.95 inc VAT

10+ in stock

£24.95 inc VAT
(£20.79 ex VAT)
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PrimoChill 120mm AGB CTR System Phase II - Green

PrimoChill CTR™ (Compression Tube Reservoir) System Phase II is the latest in a slew of new products that PrimoChill is catering towards the modders.

5 in stock

£44.99 inc VAT
(£37.49 ex VAT)
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XSPC RayStorm D5 RX360 V3 WaterCooling Kit

Average rating of 3.0

New 360 Rad kit featuring the New RX series Radiator.

was £287.99 inc VAT

1 in stock

£249.95 inc VAT
(£208.29 ex VAT)
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Water Cooling PC

Cooling a full computer system with water may be a far fetched thought for most at first. Even so, those who works with computers on a daily basis, are aware of the usual issue: computers with extraordinary processing power (all current CPUs and graphic cards) produce an abundance of heat, which needs to be disspated as efficiently as possible. Air as a cooling medium does have its advantages, but also rather noticeable disatvantages. Produced heat is absorbed inefficiently and even a high volume of air can only transport a fairly small amount of heat away from the components. Higher cooling performance can usually only be achieved by using larger and faster fans, which result in higher noise levels as well. Water can conduct 3000 times as much heat than air in an equal volume. Just because of this, the enthuasist user should take a closer look at water cooling their system.

How is Water Cooling set up?

Similar to automotives, water needs to pass by heat sources directly to collect the generated heat. To do so, a copper block is applied to the CPU using a thin layer of thermal interface material to pass the heat from the processor to the water block, through which the liquid flows. The heated water passes through special tubing to a large radiator, which in turn cools it down again. Aiding this cooling process are usually low rpm, high-pressure fans, while a pump ensures that the water is circulated properly. The pump works at near silent noise levels, pushing the water from the reservoir back to the CPU water block. Such a setup represents the most basic variant, but one may expand the water cooling loop to include the graphic card, motherboard chipset, hard drive or even power supply. With such a complete cooling solution, the need for fans within the chassis is reduced or even eliminated completely - further reducing the overall noise levels.

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