venser
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2015-05-15T02:13:52Z
I've typically just ran 2 or 3 case fans and haven't really played with liquid cooling as much as I'd like to have. Any suggestions as to what I should get if I go that route? There are a ton of options, and they are mostly great deals without having to break the bank, I'm just not sure which are reliable and which aren't. Thanks in advance.

Blackhawk8100
2015-05-15T02:39:03Z
Liquid cooling can be a mess and a screw up if done wrong.
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2015-05-15T02:44:58Z
The only liquid cooling I've delt with was for my dad when I built his PC on Cyberpower. 3 years later and it still runs smoothly as far as the liquid cooling component goes. He's changed up his gfx card, RAM, HDD, but the liquid cooling is still intact. I just can't remember which brand he has, but I'm sure now 3 years later there are a ton of new options.
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2015-05-15T10:37:06Z
I've never done any custom water cooling but the All-in-One systems work well and are much, much easier to install over a custom system if your case will support them. Corsair makes some nice ones and you can find tons of reviews online if you're interested in buying one.
Blackhawk8100
2015-05-15T11:12:41Z
Liquid can s[censored] and ruin your PC, just be wary of what you do. The censored words is S-P-I-L-L. And why is my description Hashtags? xD
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2015-05-15T13:54:08Z
While that is true it's not very common. Faults from other hardware failures are probably way more common as is people s[censored]ing liquid onto the PC. I see that a lot more than a report of a AIO system failing.
Blackhawk8100
2015-05-15T20:22:56Z
Issues can arise is all I am saying

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2015-05-16T00:14:52Z
So then what would be a better option? Just ensure I have proper air flow in my chassis as well as enough case fans?
Blackhawk8100
2015-05-16T04:16:03Z
If you can do it well and right, Liquid. If this is your first build and can't use YouTube, use fans.
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2015-05-16T05:14:48Z
Originally Posted by: Blackhawk8100 

If you can do it well and right, Liquid. If this is your first build and can't use YouTube, use fans.

Youtube is pretty amazing, half of the time >_>

Blackhawk8100
2015-05-16T14:06:49Z
Then see what you ca do. If you trust yourselft, go for it!