Water Cooling Woes and Component Conundrum Sticky Read
I am a PC building noob to put it plainly, and I am looking to build a new PC for myself with custom water cooling. I am planning on buying an Intel i7-6800K, a Corsair Obsidian 900D case, an MSI X99A GAMING PRO-CARBON ATX LGA2011-3 Motherboard, Corsair Vengeance LED 64GB (4 x 16GB) DDR4-3200 Memory, a Samsung 850 EVO-Series 500GB 2.5" Solid State Drive, a Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive, 2 GeForce GTX 1080 8GB Founders Edition Video Cards, an EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G2 1000W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply, 4 Corsair ML140 97.0 CFM 140mm Fans, and an XSPC water cooling kit. The XSPC water cooling kit is where the problem comes in. I do not know which kit is compatible with these items and if the kit will fit into the case. I have looked into it, but the results are confusing. I ask for help on this matter, and I am also willing to take suggestions on the listed parts I have chosen. Thank you for your help. P.S. if it helps I live in the United States.
i wouldn't build anything until we know how ryzen will do.
so far, a sub 500$ (maybe 350) zen will be level/close to 6900K.
for ram i would go with kingston, corsair is good, but not the best right now.
ssd wise i do go with a 960 evo (m2) or crucial MX300 (sata3).
update: mydigitalssd has a nvme (m2) ssd with good perf/endurance, but cheaper than others..
seagate has a high failure rate, and i personally dont touch them anymore. i mean their not all bad, but other brands do better.
go with hitachi/samsung/wd for hdd.
for psu i would recommend going with something a bit better and more efficient.
platinum rated ones are normally good (no matter what brand), i prefer seasonic/corsair (ax non i series).
even that the corsair Ax series is made by seasonic, all test show the corsairs are on their "newer" platform and are a bit better performing (vs the SS one).
check with a microcenter around you, lots will carry a refurb one for cheap.
for the LC, unless you plan on adding/removing/changing stuff later on, go AIO.
to make it short, it will do a good job dumping cpu heat outside the case (and lowering gpu/chipset/vrm temps).
you can get something low priced (read NOT cheap) like the arctic (not based on the bad asetek design (pump failures),
or premium with something like the predator from ek.