What score would you get with the same CPU and GPU but on an air cooled or liquid cooled but sustainable overclock?
I find liquid nitrogen overclocks to be entirely useless. they serve no purpose and have no bearing on real world overclocks, for example, some of the best overclockers on liquid nitrogen, have had the worst air cooled overclocks, while others have had good overclocks.
Overall, focus on overclocks that are practical in the real world.
Aren't liquid nitrogen clocks just for showing off at events/competitions and setting records? I think they're pretty cool (no pun intended). Also I would like a citation on overclockers having bad air overclocks as I'd assume that's the first thing they would do before they start messing around with liquid nitrogen (you know binning).