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LIQUID.cool Vortex One Advanced DIY Water Cooling Kit - £95.47 Delivered at Scan
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LIQUID.cool Vortex One Advanced DIY Water Cooling Kit - £95.47 Delivered at Scan

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Posted 2nd Jul
roduct OverviewVortex One Advanced DIY 240mm Water Cooling Kit
The new Liquid Cool Strike One CPU block, designed for a High Flow setup while offering enthusiast performance, design and appearance.

Take your PC’s cooling performance to the next level and allow your components to be pushed further using this custom 240mm DIY cooling kit from Liquid Cool. The kit itself has everything you may need to create a custom liquid cooling set up to meet your needs. The 240mm copper radiator can disperse heat very efficiently and the included fans keep the radiator and your CPU cool under heavy loads. Custom liquid cooling can give you much better cooling performance compared to all in one cooling systems and traditional air coolers as you can make specific tweaks to your system to have it perform better.

Customise Your Computer
When building a PC, it is very important to make it your own and tweak it to exactly how you like it. The kit contains all the bits you need to customise your water cooling set up and have it match the rest of your system. You can cut the included water cooling tubes to streamline your cooling. You can also change the colour of your coolant, using the included liquid colouring. With all the included accessories, you can tailor your water cooling set up to look exactly how you want.

The Vortex One range of DIY Watercooling Kits are an affordable way for beginners (and advanced users alike) to get involved and start having fun with PC cooling. You could go out and buy an All In One setup, but where’s the fun in that? With these kits you get to place everything exactly where you need it, cut the hoses to size, fill the liquid yourself and then add in your own custom colour!

Optional Liquid
Here at Liquid Cool we manufacturer the best liquid on the planet for PC watercooling end of! If you like the look of “Opaque” setups rather than using the included Distilled + Transparent dyes, we recommend you check out the Liquid.cool CFX Opaque coolant from your Liquid.cool retailer. This coolant is a safe to use, non-clogging and non-separating High Performance liquid specifically made for the PC Watercooling industry.Features• Custom water cooling kit with large 240mm radiator for efficient heat dispersion.
• Twin supply CPU module for excellent cooling performance.
• Reservoir and 2,7000RPM pump included.
• Create a custom liquid cooling loop and lay it out to your liking.
• Use the included colouring fluid to change the colour of your liquid to match the aesthetic of your build.
• Contains tubes, fixings, two fans, liquid and colour fluid.
• Supports Intel socket 775/1151/1150/1155/1156/1366/2011/ 2011-3.
• Supports AMD socket AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/AM4/FM2/FM2+.
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Looks a neat little kit but the size of it doesn't seem like it'd be any better than your standard hydro-air closed loop cooler.
M0nk3h02/07/2019 13:24

Looks a neat little kit but the size of it doesn't seem like it'd be any …Looks a neat little kit but the size of it doesn't seem like it'd be any better than your standard hydro-air closed loop cooler.


I’ll be honest with you I wouldn’t know just looked like good offer. Bit out of my depth here lol
not bad, fixed rpm may turn out to be loud but it's quite a standard piece so easily upgradable to a 4pin,
prob no good for an OC'd system but okay to get you started...
M0nk3h02/07/2019 13:24

Looks a neat little kit but the size of it doesn't seem like it'd be any …Looks a neat little kit but the size of it doesn't seem like it'd be any better than your standard hydro-air closed loop cooler.


which in turn are no better than a £50 air cooler

Review of this specific kit are very variable - common theme seems to be that the pump is lound, not that powerful and the compression fittings are of questionable quality.

It's not a major surprise at this price point I guess - A good "kit" from someone liek EKWB starts at about £210 and goes up from there and tbh if you want a custom loop, do you really want to take a risk wtih cheap components that might leak all over your kit?

Generally from a budget POV..
£50-£70 gets you a good air cooler
£100-£120 gets you a good AIO watercooler (note that they don't perform any better than air in general, but look much better in your case!)
£250+ gets you a custom loop
Spud21102/07/2019 14:47

which in turn are no better than a £50 air cooler Review of this …which in turn are no better than a £50 air cooler Review of this specific kit are very variable - common theme seems to be that the pump is lound, not that powerful and the compression fittings are of questionable quality.It's not a major surprise at this price point I guess - A good "kit" from someone liek EKWB starts at about £210 and goes up from there and tbh if you want a custom loop, do you really want to take a risk wtih cheap components that might leak all over your kit?Generally from a budget POV..£50-£70 gets you a good air cooler£100-£120 gets you a good AIO watercooler (note that they don't perform any better than air in general, but look much better in your case!)£250+ gets you a custom loop


Exactly, I'd agree fully.

When I was building my rig a few people seemed to opt more for the closed-loop systems than regular air now so i followed the trend.

Ended up with a Deepcool cooler for around £35. Cools my i7 9700k alright for stock levels. It was mainly temporary with the intention of upgrading soon.
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