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Not very hard at all. I pieced together a Swiftech kit and it was pretty straightforward. I didn't even have to remove my motherboard. You might, depending on what socket, though.

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to get temps that are most likely below your ambient (yeah go convert 15C to F and see why it prob wont be happeing for you with water) your gonna have to start looking at things like phasechange now if $200 is what you have nuy the swiftech kit and be happy (or build something out of random parts yourself, but you seem new to WC and unsure so that may not be such a good idea)

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You can get below 0*C with a petlier water cooled system. That swiftech kit would only go down to about 15*C if the ambient temp was down around 15*C. You have to remember that with air cooling and water cooling both they can both only perform as good as the ambient atmosphere it is in will let it.

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