Water cooling both cpu and gpu liquid
Which is more important? Frankly, I think a CPU loop would probably look better. Either that or I'll have to get a different case, and I haven't found one that I like as much as the S Elite- it has great SSD mounts, a basement, and is still pretty compact. Plus, that tempered glass window is really pretty. So- either any suggestions for a different case or should I just water-cool my CPU? And this is all hypothetical, I haven't actually decided to do anything yet.
I've always looked at water cooling as an enthusiast option, something you wantwater cooling both cpu and gpu liquid something you need. And if you're not going to overclock, then what's the point besides being an enthusiast, wanting to try the liquid cooling. That's a water cooling both cpu and gpu liquid point, I suppose.
I guess I'll figure it out then and add watercooling if necessary. I don't plan on overclocking my any further than the air cooler can take it anyway, as usually those are more than enough. I think my reaches a maximum of 45C or 50C under load.
In this case, if you are interested in water cooling, do a CPU loop only. If it goes well, you may extend it later to include your GPU. But again, this is for the sakes of the liquid cooling experience, your components are fine with air cooling.
Do you think if I was going to go for liquid cooling and overclocking, would a mm radiator from EK be enough? Or should I pursue a bigger case? If you want to learn more, please read this article. Your GPU should be the hottest thing in your case so if you were looking to cool one thing, I'd choose that. That's what I plan on doing in my mITX case. Topic AuraNightheart 16 months ago. Shakaron 4 Builds 1 point 16 months ago. Water cooling both cpu and gpu liquid you don't need to water cool anything.
You can go with air coolers. If you want to do liquid cooling, how are we supposed to tell you what you would like?! AuraNightheart submitter 1 point 16 months ago. For a single Skylake CPU, a mm rad should be all right. Thanks, this has been very useful! Moto 1 Build 1 point 16 months ago.