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Mason24

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Hello, i plan on building my own system very soon, I'm not sure if i should go with cpu air cooling or with that new corsair H50 cooling. I don't plan on overclocking but i do want to have lowest possible temperature.

My cpu will be an AMD Phenom II 1090T

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Either way makes no notice difference to performance. The lowest temperature inside a PC will only be that of room temperature so if you live in the middle of a desert don't expect a cool interior when it's not in use :)

Only issue with water cooling is when the reservoir runs out, the cooling stops there and then. You don't run out of air.
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Well i live in Canada, the rooms temperature is...i dunno.. normal i guess :) . Is there any good cpu air cooling products you swear by? price doesn't matter.

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