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PC Specialist Introduce Liquid Series of Custom Systems

PC Specialist Introduce Liquid Series of Custom Systems

PC Specialist Introduce Liquid Series of Custom Systems

PC Specialist Introduce Liquid Series of Custom Systems

 

PC Specialist has introduced their new Liquid Series of custom gaming systems, giving buyers a great deal of customization options and future servicing options. 

These systems represent some of the best PCs that PCSpecialist has to offer, offering expertly selected components that not only offer great performance but are some of the best looking Pre-built systems that we have ever have had the pleasure of looking at. 

Those who purchase systems from the PCSpecialist Liquid series will not only get to choose the colour of your coolant, but the colour of your custom Braided cables and the colour of your systems LEDs, allowing you to create a system that is exactly to you visual and technical specifications.  

  PC Specialist Introduce Liquid Series of Custom Systems  

When it comes to pre-built water cooled systems most companies do not offer any servicing, meaning that those who buy these systems will at some point have to drain, refill and replace the tubing on their own custom system, which is a very difficult takes for even those experienced with water cooling. 

PCSpecialist are on of the only system builders that offer full and comprehensive servicing for their Liquid cooled systems, allowing users to not only get their systems drained, flushed and refilled, but also get all of their water blocks expertly cleaned and receive a full 24-hour leak test after refilling.  

This servicing comes at the cost of £149.99, which may sound like a lot, but you must remember that this also includes the shipping of your system both ways, which is a significant cost for a complete PC. 

 

PCSpecialist's Liquid Series of Custom Water cooled systems are available now.  

 

You can join the discussion on PCSpecialist's Liquid Series of Custom PCs on the OC3D Forums

 

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22-04-2016, 08:20:56

Tolemac
Tbh that isn't a bad price point I paid £129 for an XSPC 240 Raystorm kit last year then replaced the pump/res with a D5 and a different res. I would say this is very well priced considering it includes shipping.Quote
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