You could try a prebuilt from dangerden or D-Tek, but I think the best one for the price is this one is the best one for the money at this time. Just get whatever comes up as the default on screen, that is a really good starter kit.
It comes with this waterblock, a great performer according to overclockers.com.
It comes with this radiator, which is absolutely the best you can buy for the money.
It comes with this pump, which has 265gph of flow rate (plenty for just about any setup) and comes with a resevior already on it (nice and simple).
Cant beat 95 bucks.
Review of the Waterblock - http://www.overclock...om/articles748/
The waterblock is (arguably) the most essential part of the kit. This is a VERY good model, especially since it is $45 alone.
The Radiator is essentially the same as this one, yet is painted black for appearance and has chrome 1/2" barbs instead of brass(which is fugly).
I dont know much about the pump, but it is a maxijet which is good and 265gph is good for everything you will be doing with it. Having it in the water is also good because chances of cavitation are limited and it will run quieter and be easier to fill.
There is not a review of the entire system yet, but I'd say you cant go wrong
And yes, this system is basically a pro setup, but at the cost of the little wimpy/crappy thermaltake setup. Most watercoolers will have this kind of stuff in their rigs, only n00bs go with thermaltake stuff.
Also, it seems that using AquaFina bottled water is better than distilled water even though it costs more.
Edited by Almighty1, 14 September 2003 - 05:56.