Why You Need Liquid Cooling

High-end setups are hotter than ever these days, with the common CPU having at least four cores and CPU manufacturers squeezing more and more components onto a single PCB.

WHY LIQUID COOLING

Most common way to sufficiently cool the modern day components is by using air flow provided by the stock fans that come with your CPU & GPU. These fans run at a very high RPM & are very loud. Water cooling can get rid of loud fans and compared to air water is much better at transferring heat from components.

HOW LIQUID COOLING WORKS

Liquid cooling system uses thermodynamics – moving heat from warmer objects to cooler objects. If it helps you can think of a liquid cooling system for your PC like a cooling system for your car. As the cooler objects heat up the warmer objects gets cooler. The heat & energy is transferred away from the critical components as quickly and effectively as possible. This is usually done by dissipating heat through the radiators.

BENEFITS FOR YOUR PC

By removing installing water block for cooling you can change the graphic card into a single slot component which can allow double computer power in the same cubic footprint. By installing liquid cooling system into your PC you can turn your regular hardware into a work of art. You are able to create something custom that not only works significantly more efficiently it looks cool too!

Parts Of the Liquid Cooling System

Hover over each button to find out what each component of a liquid cooling system does & how they work together to allow your PC to perform at such high capacity.

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Reservoir – Used to hold extra water in a loop to allow for air bubbles to slowly be replaced by water as it circulates

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Tubing– Used to connect every component in the loop

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Radiators & Fans- Main function is to cool down the liquid flowing inside the loop.