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Old 10-31-2009, 10:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Well this is my first post here as i was told to come here for advice as this was the place to ask

After christmas i am looking to build a very high end gaming rig and i have a budget of 2000 to 2500

what would you guys and girls say would be good for the budget that i have

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After christmas is kind of a long time away. It's hard to plan a build 2-3 months early, prices change, parts change, so it'd be best to wait till a week or so before putting together a build you intend to order.
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After christmas is kind of a long time away. It's hard to plan a build 2-3 months early, prices change, parts change, so it'd be best to wait till a week or so before putting together a build you intend to order.
i was thinking of that i just think im jumping the gun a bit quick but with the budget i have would it make a good gaming rig i have also been trying to find sites that do full water cooling kits but i have not had much luck do you know of any about

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Petra's Tech Shop

They can ship to the UK if you call them.


UK Based Stores
1. Over-Clock UK - premier watercooling place in the UK. Home to thermochill
2. The Cooling Shop - Large selection of asetek parts and black ice radiators
3. CoolerCases - full selection of American waterblocks from danger den, D5, DDC, Thermochill, HW Labs
4. WaterCooling Shop - Incredible selection of components from the US, UK and Europe.
5. C&C Central LTD - They stock DD and EK waterblocks as well as selling alpha cool and thermochill rads (if you have any info on their quality of service PM me)
6. Aqua-PC's - They are a new store who are Aqua-Computer's UK distributor, ship internationally, and cary their own watercooling line called "Flow". They also cary EK products and a wide variety of American watercooling products.
7. Chilled PC - They have a wide selection of popular watercooling products for good prices. They ship internationally and users in the EU have reported fast shipping times.

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Petra's Tech Shop

They can ship to the UK if you call them.


UK Based Stores
1. Over-Clock UK - premier watercooling place in the UK. Home to thermochill
2. The Cooling Shop - Large selection of asetek parts and black ice radiators
3. CoolerCases - full selection of American waterblocks from danger den, D5, DDC, Thermochill, HW Labs
4. WaterCooling Shop - Incredible selection of components from the US, UK and Europe.
5. C&C Central LTD - They stock DD and EK waterblocks as well as selling alpha cool and thermochill rads (if you have any info on their quality of service PM me)
6. Aqua-PC's - They are a new store who are Aqua-Computer's UK distributor, ship internationally, and cary their own watercooling line called "Flow". They also cary EK products and a wide variety of American watercooling products.
7. Chilled PC - They have a wide selection of popular watercooling products for good prices. They ship internationally and users in the EU have reported fast shipping times.

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wow thank you very much for the list ill work my way down the list and see what theyare like

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