Central Processing Units tend to run really hot when you're overclocking. There are some really good air cooling solutions available out there, but for some of us it's just not good enough. Wanting to squeeze every last drop of performance out of a piece of equipment drives us. Running thermoelectric solutions leads to really exhaustive moisture prevention control methods that most of us just don't want to deal with. A viable alternative to air cooling and thermoelectric cooling is water cooling.
Water cooling is a little more expensive than air cooling, but with that extra expense comes extra performance. Having tested a lot of 'out of the box' solutions, we've never found an out of the box solution that can match the performance of a 'Do it Yourself' water cooling setup. One of the most critical components of water cooling is the pump. Too small of a pump and the coolant moves too slowly and heat builds up. Too large a pump and the water moves too fast and the radiator doesn't get a chance to remove the heat. So how do you find a pump that fits your needs without going through a stack of pumps?
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