Published on 22nd August 2007 by
Originally Posted by AlmightyrastusGrrr got halfway through reading that during my lunch break and now the server cand find the article. Was very good up to that point though.
Yay it's there again, and just enough time left on lunch to finish reading it.
Originally Posted by capnPedroAwesome article; good to see bit returning to its modding routes.
Originally Posted by The_PopeWait til you see what's coming ;)
Originally Posted by The ArticleWater is quieter: A slow-spinning 120mm fan on a copper radiator will do a better job, while freeing up trapped PCI or PCIe 1x slots.
Originally Posted by Kipman725I tried water cooling and it wasn't for me and I can't understand why anyone but the most dedicated overclocker or no noise person would want it. With air cooling you can remove enough heat with good coolers and case cooling from the most high end components even when overclocked to quite high levels with almost silence if you know what your doing. But with water cooling your faced with leaks and most annoying a system you are unable to easily able to tinker with as it's full of tubes! (no more just quikly installing anything... evey job is suddenly at least 3hrs long while you replumb)...
For me water cooling was a big waste of money and someting which I wish I had thought about abit mroe before trying it.
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