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Old 05-04-2011, 08:14 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Slaymate is trying to tell him that with water cooling it will only pump more heat into his room, not help cool his room down by reducing CPU temps. I have proof of this. Ever since I went to water my temps are lower on my CPU but my ambient temps are higher which is why this room used to have 2 AC units.
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Water-Cooling offers plenty of benefits, but what the original poster is expecting is not one of them.
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Thanks for the responses, I will eventually switch over to liquid cooling for when I amp up the overclock on my CPU and when I get a bigger psu.
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