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What type of cooling do you currently use for your system?

What type of cooling do you currently use in your system?  

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  1. 1. What type of cooling do you use?

    • Air Cooling
      8
    • All-in-One Water Cooling
      7
    • DIY Water Cooling
      2


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AIO Liquid cooler due to how much it would cost to do a full custom loop. 

 

That's true! one of my main reasons too!!  

Just the GPU block alone can set u back more than a hundred bucks :(

then you have the pump, res, and all that! 

But tbh it looks very nice, but i just don't justify the money spent for a couple of deg... i think its more aesthetics .. if i had the money i would defiantly go full DIY though 

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Went from air coolers to self contained liquid loops to soft tubing custom loops to acrylic to PTEG. If i had the tools I would try copper tubing.

 

 

I agree with jackjack, once I started custom loops I fell in love with the process. It's possibly the most frustrating part of a build for me but also the most rewarding. The noise/performance is top notch and it opens up so many possibilities. I still use self contained loops for my rigs built for friends and family since it is plug and play. 

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I'm running an AIO on my cpu at the moment and air on my gpus.  As soon as Thermaltake releases their Custom components I will begin buying parts for a custom loop.  I know they are coming just don't know an exact time frame.  Any teasers or timelines you can give out?

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