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Re: cooling 2021/07/13 01:30:12 (permalink)
thats weird
 
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Re: cooling 2021/07/27 15:03:25 (permalink)
air cooling is always reliable but water cooling is the way to go if someone is not on a budget. Liquid nitrogen cooling is another option :D>
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Re: cooling 2021/07/27 15:20:01 (permalink)
Using custom loop, hard line tubing, two 360 rads, D5 pump, etc.  Are custom loops cost and the extra maintenance worth it?  I think so, the results definitely are and I also enjoy the build process and don't believe the extra maintenance is that onerous. 


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Re: cooling 2021/08/24 01:19:31 (permalink)
Running EKWB 240 AIO for my 5800x in Formd T1 and happy with the temps. Can recommend the cooler if you are looking for an AIO. 
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Re: cooling 2021/08/25 07:38:40 (permalink)
Im using a mastercooler AIO. Been solid so far for my OC'd 10700k. Eventually wanting to go full custom loop but, not until I can get a newer GPU.
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Re: cooling 2021/09/13 18:42:24 (permalink)
Noctua NH-D15 for air cooling, fans in push/pull configuration.
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Re: cooling 2021/09/16 06:26:02 (permalink)
Mora 420 Pro, Optimus Xylem D5 pump/res, and 4x NF-A20 PMW in push is what I'm running now. Works vary well, is silent.
 

 
Custom water cooling can be expensive, chose your hardware wisely and do plenty of planning, research before buying hardware.
 
My first set-up I was running Mora 420 Pro with 9x 140mm fans, and D5 Dual Top module, system was vary noisy.
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Re: cooling 2021/09/17 04:36:39 (permalink)
Can we let this zero effort spam thread die?
It's bizarre that threads designed to poke fun at human intelligence, thrive.
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Re: cooling 2021/09/20 10:27:53 (permalink)
I have an AIO watercooler for my CPU bet everything else I just use powerful Corsair fans for air cooling. Don't skimp on your fans in any build, get nice ones, it's really worth it.
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