Liquid Vs. Air Cooling, Which is Better Now Days?
2 weeks ago
I'm finding that liquid cooling is surprisingly cheap these days, with many going for around 40 bucks and supposedly performing better than a lot of the 60+ air coolers. I never even considered going this route until I started digging around at prices.
How much of a pain is liquid cooling though? I probably won't be overclocking much, but I'd like the option later on. Do you need to replace the liquid or maintian it in some way? Does the computer as a whole produce less heat? (I live in AZ and my computer heating a room up + the 120 degree temps outside has always been an issue). How much noise do these usually make?