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How To Water Cool A PC

Discussion in 'Computer Cases, Power Supplies and Cooling' started by faidn, Apr 21, 2015.

  1. faidn

    faidn Active Member

    Why would you want to water cool your PC? Well a few reasons.

    1. Excellent heat dissipation. Water is better than air for that.
    2. You cannot get the same heat removal from an air system that you can get from liquid.
    3. Let's face it: Bragging Rights
    4. UV liquid systems look very, very cool!
    Check out the videos below to see how it's done and what you'll need.





     
  2. meltair

    meltair Active Member

    I never really had a need to water cool my PC, but at least it has become a lot easier to do. Even the prices on the cooling systems have come down in price making it a tempting option. Maybe my next build I'll put in some water cooling just to say that I did it.
     
  3. thavented

    thavented Active Member

    These are great tutorials on how to water cool your PC, but I don't think I need to do it. I don't really do any kind of intense work on my computer to warrant it. It does look easier than it used to and also cheaper.
     
  4. TehGeekGrl

    TehGeekGrl Well-Known Member

    Hmmm, no I don't think I will be needing to do that either!
     

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