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Water cooling advice plz ?


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madozz

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Hello dear friends today i decided to buy a water cooling for my system but the problem is am stuck between 3 choices the first one :

1-Corsair H60 (CWCH60) witch its gonna cost me 140$ i know sounds expansive coz i live in stupid country anyway here is the link : //www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835181015

2-Antec Kuhler H2O 620 Liquid Cooling System costs 105 link : http://www.newegg.co...N82E16835209049

3-the cooler master seidon 120v gaming same as the link check it cost 108$ ! its special one from cooler master and msi same as my mother board i have the msi z77 G-65 gaming

http://www.aliexpres...1353961176.html

http://www.coolermas...eidon-120v.html

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madozz

You have started three topics today asking the same question, please give people a chance to reply, we are all volunteers who cannot be here 24/7 + what you are asking is a specialist area that extreme overclockers have knowledge of, it is not something that everyone has experience of I`m afraid, thank you for your understanding.

Information here and here that will hopefully point you in the right direction.
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madozz

You have started three topics today asking the same question, please give people a chance to reply, we are all volunteers who cannot be here 24/7 + what you are asking is a specialist area that extreme overclockers have knowledge of, it is not something that everyone has experience of I`m afraid, thank you for your understanding.

Information here and here that will hopefully point you in the right direction.

am sorry :P am in a hurry thats why i posted multi post anyway hope i can get some advices :D
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Have you checked out the two links that I provided in my reply #2, that is where you will find answers based on genuine use of liquid cooling, can I ask why you wish to use liquid cooling, will you be overclocking as that is when it is most often used.
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Have you checked out the two links that I provided in my reply #2, that is where you will find answers based on genuine use of liquid cooling, can I ask why you wish to use liquid cooling, will you be overclocking as that is when it is most often used.

i just want liquid cooling to reduce the amount of dust it pisses me off i hate fans to be honest and btw thanks for the links
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Gotcha :thumbsup:

With liquid cooling comes not only the risk of a leak hosing the whole computer but also a lot of maintenance, this in turn creates a risk of damage being caused each time you open up the computer, have you considered adding larger more efficient cooling fans to the present set up or is it not an option.

NB: Please keep in mind that not all computer hardware such as the case are compatible with a liquid cooling arrangement, so please check this first.
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Gotcha :thumbsup:

With liquid cooling comes not only the risk of a leak hosing the whole computer but also a lot of maintenance, this in turn creates a risk of damage being caused each time you open up the computer, have you considered adding larger more efficient cooling fans to the present set up or is it not an option.

NB: Please keep in mind that not all computer hardware such as the case are compatible with a liquid cooling arrangement, so please check this first.


the water coolers i picked doesnt need any maintenance and ive seen many reviews to make sure if they leak or not none reported a problem like that so far .as i said i hate fans mate :P i dont wanna put more fans anyway its winter now my pc heat stays 40 so i dont need it now until summer i will buy water cooler at the first of summer :D
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Good luck with it and let us know how it goes when the time comes to add the cooler :thumbsup:
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