Corsair provides impressively competitive custom watercooling components and a new customization website to help you configure your next cooling loop. The prices of various parts can add up fast, but that’s true of any custom setup. A name widely known for everything from cases and closed loop liquid cooling solutions to power supplies and memory modules, Corsair sets its three sails on yet another mission: To help consumers build custom watercooling systems emblazoned with the well-known Corsair logo that can work with various cases and other custom watercooling gear. Its Hydro X components and the Corsair system (which we first saw earlier this year at Computex) is definitely worth a look if you’re planning on venturing beyond air cooling or closed-loop alternatives, and you can start your build with the Corsair Hydro X interactive and intuitive custom cooling loop configurator. In conjunction with the official launch of the lineup, Corsair sent us a literal suitcase (and a large shipping crate) packed with newly released components that are engineered from enthusiast-grade materials like copper, brass and nickel. In doing so, Corsair illustrates a breadth of quali...