Air Coolers vs Liquid Coolers - What You Need to Know sözleri
Planning your first PC build and not sure if you should opt for an Air or Liquid CPU cooler? In this video I explain the whole gamut of considerations for both sides in respect to cost, compatibility, acoustics, reliability and performance.
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Air Coolers vs Liquid Coolers - What You Need to Know
depends on the budget
Heimvar the Apprentice
"first time PC builder" I watched this whole vid even though I have a TT M240 full custom loop! Ya just that good of a host
Heimvar the Apprentice
But bitwwit copper cooling pipes contain liquid so they're dangerous right?????? (I'm joking)
if i bought a cryorig R1 and raised one of the fans up a little to avoid blocking ram banks......would that affect the performance of the cooler ?.....like what percentage do you think ?
i wanna know what will last longer? i keep my intel cpu for 4-5 years
pulsuz video yukle"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2j80dQIxkdc&t=6m52s">6:52 a console gamer sneeze on ur cooler xd
what if im not overclocking do i need a aio or will a aftermarket cooler and decent case work well
The outro song shook me because I watched the video at x1.5
so whitch one's better..
I just want liquid cooling lol
I bought an aio just to cool my locked Intel processor, fuck me right?
Watch this video. Skip to custom water cooling.
Possibly and probably are the same terms. Just because you say that the cup is half empty doesn't mean that it isn't half full. So, leaks have a decent chance to happen, that should be the conclusion.
will need someday to change that liquid inside ? or how to know when need to change cose i have that biger one with double motors
Who cares about fan noise when you got fancy headphone and speaker
I'm cooling my 1920x threadripper with a noctuna aircooler and 2 fans. It look's great, is quiet, it keeps the cpu under 55 c° under heavy load and the best part is it has now risk of getting a leak.
Kyle's Kal Penn impersonation?
I've had the same AIO in my rig for 6 years. No problems and my temps never go above 40. Yes if it were to leak it could take your whole system out. Its mounted on the CPU above my GPU and Power Supply. A shorted power supply could fry everything. That said I've been pretty rough to it when changing out my thermal paste from time to time and still runs like a charm with no leaks. I'm in the market to buy another one just because its 6 years old and I'm not pushing my luck lol