We have some sad news to report to the modding community. After being in business fore more than a decade, the water cooling aces at Danger Den are closing shop to "pursue other interests." What those interests are remains to be seen, but it presumably won't have anything to do with selling water cooling equipment, PC modding gear, or related items. In fact, Danger Den is clearing out its inventory with a 75 percent discount on all in-stock items, good from now until Monday.
Live fast and play hard. That's the sort of motto you'll find exemplified in old school water cooling circles, the ones where wielding a pre-built kit or self-contained liquid cooler might earn you a wedgie. There's a certain satisfaction that comes from building your own water cooling setup, just as there is with building your own PC, and it's a market still being served by folks like Danger Den, which just announced the release of its highest performing CPU waterblock to date, the DD-M6 CPU Block.