Anyone else splooge their pants at the mention of liquid cooling? No? Umm, OK, moving on...
The high end cooling market is really dominated by Liquid Cooling. If you're serious about gaming, and have oodles of money, you probably want a liquid set up. However, there are choices! Do you go with a home made rig, or buy one? If the latter is the answer, which company to go with? Thankfully, good ol' Tom's Hardware can ease the pain of making these choices.
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I don't get with the case thing. Isn't liquid cooling like a tube thing? I may have a gaming computer up to date.. except i use 5 or 6 fans not liquid lolz
sry my bad meant to say there are 3 different types of cooling: water, air, and phase change.
You may have worded that weird, but what I got from that is that water cooling is phase change. Last time I checked coolant remains as a liquid throughout the whole cooling process, and is therefore not phase change.
Maybe you said that, but your wording sucked.
Its not liquid cooling MKAY? theirs 3 different types of cooling: phase change, air and water that is phase change.
Thats not completely true.
ya that's called phase change and it uses pressurized gasses to cool. not liquid
No, lulz, I was talking about this. http://www.xpressar.com/
Phase changer, gg.
It's not liquid cooled and wont be in this thread