Youtube channel with good videos on Liquid Cooling
Their website that sells the kits
Generally, you'll need a waterblock for your CPU mainly. You can (depending on GPU) also watercool your GPU. It gets even more niche from there. But mainly you'll see builds cooling the CPU and GPU.
So you've found your waterblock. You'll need a pump, reservoir, tubing, fluid, an anti-bacterial liquid of some sort, fans, radiator, and connectors.
For ease of example, this kit www.performance-pcs.com/ek-kit-rgb-240.html has everything I've just listed. I'm assuming that's a 240mm radiator (or rad to some).
www.frozencpu.com/ was my longtime go-to. They had a killer selection and inventory. Last I checked, EK waterblocks were still good stuff. Also, you might want to consider what material the contact material is. Some are better than others (copper v aluminum), and some doesn't react well with liquid/water, so better to check before buying.
Hope this gives you a good headstart on the journey to proper water cooling!
...first image with the blue fans and white liquid.
If you go here: Link
...then select Liquid on the left menu/filter. They have a ton of complete kits for which I am certain one of them is the one shown on the case listing. Any idea which one it might be?
I tried to edit my post earlier when I had a sec to recomment, but the system flagged it with a firewall message I'd never seen before. Anyway, if you want that setup, read below:
Alright, so Thermaltake Premium, which is what you're looking for (it speaks of that in the case web listing) is a different site, but still Tt. The waterblock/LCS you like from the images is the Pacific Snorkel kit.
W4 Water Block
Pacific RL480 Radiator (page 2)
Pacific PR22-D5 ReservoirS
Soft Tubing (if you're a novice at this, it's the easier tubing to work with) Though it's hard tubing that's heat bent if I'm seeing this right
Compression Fittings are personal taste
Fan Packs are also Personal Taste
Get Clear Coolant and buy a white dye from their store page
GPU block is dependent on your GPU, and whether you can even use a waterblock on that video card
Once you make all those selections, that should get you the kit that's used in the case.
Good luck and I hope that was what you're looking for!
If you like your motherboard or cpu, please test your kit before you install it, let the pump run liquid through the whole circuit for 24 hours to see if there is no leakage. A tiny leak can quickly spray the whole interior of your case before you know it, costing you several additional $ before you know it.
All my builds now use Noctua coolers. I lack the patience to ever install water cooling into another system.
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