Configured Custom Watercooled PCs

Select from our Expert configured PC's above or​​​​​ Total Custom Build - Design from scratch below

Looking for watercooling components?


Instructions for building a custom watercooled PC with PLE

Simply choose which CPU platform you would like to base your build on above and click through so that you can see the custom build tool.

Once you are in the custom build tool, be sure to select one of the custom watercooling kits in the CPU Cooler category (you may need to select "standard" or "expert" options to see the watercooling kits.

Select the rest of your parts and then add your custom PC to your cart and checkout!

PLE will then review your order to ensure that all the parts you have selected are compatible and contact you to discuss which watercooling parts you would like to use and the specifics of your custom watercooling loop.

What goes into a watercooling loop?







1 - CPU and/or GPU Waterblock

CPU Waterblock - Ultimate cooling for your CPU, allowing for performance overclocking whilst keeping cool.

GPU Waterblock - This block allows water to flow directly over the GPU's critical areas for optimum cooling.

2 - Reservoir/Distribution Board

Efficient cooling allowing for air bubbles to be slowly replaced by liquid as it circulates.

3 - Pump

The heart of the liquid cooling loop - ensuring liquid is pushed efficiently through the system.

4 - Radiator/Fans

Ensures liquid flowing in the loop is cooled sufficiently.

5 - Tubing

Available to configure in two types; flexible clear or hardline clear acrylic tubing. Scroll down for more info.

Rigid Tubing
Rigid (or hard) tubing is predominately made from PETG and requires heat to bend the pipes in the desired shape inside the case.
The materials are generally more expensive than flexible options and require more technical skill to install, but can make for some amazing watercooling loop designs inside the case.
Our experienced system builders are experts in installing rigid tubing and will work with you every step of the way to make sure you get the perfect custom watercooling loop.
Flexible Tubing
Flexible tubing is, as the name suggests, tubing made of softer material which is more flexible when bending inside a case.
The materials required are often cheaper than rigid options and are easier to install.
It's all down to aesthetics. Some prefer soft tubing, while others like the look of rigid tubing. There's no "correct" choice, and neither option offers better cooling performance.
If you would prefer to opt for flexible tubing, our system builders can accommodate this and will make sure your custom watercooled build looks exactly how you want.
We work with some of the best watercooling brands in the world.
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