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The First Sub-$1000 Watercooled PC has Pedestrian Parts

Paul Lilly writes:

"Despite the strides that have been made with high-end air coolers, serious overclockers still turn to water to gain that extra cooling edge, and with it a few extra MHz as well. But diving into water can often be a costly venture, particularly in the prebuilt sector. Or at least it used to be."

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