This is what you call fun modding with a cheap watercooling kit.
The WC-201, you can read my review of the kit here: Review
Now that being shown, here is what I did to it afterwards:
Here's the simple explanation of what I did:
Bought external 5 1/4" drive enclosure (had to be powered) for ~$25, used a couple 80mm fans I had around, one for the unit to replace the stock fan within which is really loud. The other replaced the stock fan on the 2nd radiator which wasn't pushing much air. Lastly, bought some Tygon R-3603 tubing 1/4" ID 1/2" OD 1/8" walls (yeah, they are thick) for ~$1/ft, which was way cheaper than the $2.35/ft that everyone else wants for the same grade Tygon tubing. That's pretty much it. Performs about 10C cooler than air cooling in my system. Not a hardcore overclocking watercooling setup but I had it and I wanted to have a little fun with it.