Question Which AIO liquid Cooling system I buy for my CPU?

arhamsaif

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Hello Guys!
I hope you all good!
Again I need your help guys and I hope you'll help as you helped me before.

I am going to built my PC and my Config is:
CPU-I9 9900
Mobo- ASUS ROG Strix Z390 Gaming LGA 1151 ATX
GPU-RTX 2080 super
Ram-Corsair 16GB DDR4 3000MHz
HDD- 3.5 Firecuda 2TB SSHD
SSD- baracuda 500GB
SMPS- CORSAIR RMX RM1000X 1000W ATX12V
Case- corsair spec omega rgb black
Screen- Asus strix 32xgvq


But, My main concern is AIO cooling system.
I am but confused which one I buy? or 360mm is necessary or 240mm is enough for me?

I have two AIO cooler in my mind:

1. Cooler Master ML360R RGB
2.Corsair H150i pro RGB

or any other best for me??


Please guys solve my problem
 

xravenxdota

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Both are good, depends if you are OC'ing a lot and if you have the space for a 360.
Why would you buy a 1000W psu? That makes no sense on this build at all.
That's always a good question.My friend has a crap pc but he paid 1.4k for his 750w psu i got a better pc by far and i paid 600 bucks for a 600w 80+ bronze.A lot of people go for higher cause of upgrade path but if you don't run something like a 2990wx then that is over kill.
 

arhamsaif

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Sep 16, 2019
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Hello Guys!
I hope you all good!
Again I need your help guys and I hope you'll help as you helped me before.

I am going to built my PC and my Config is:
CPU-I9 9900
Mobo- ASUS ROG Strix Z390 Gaming LGA 1151 ATX
GPU-RTX 2080 super
Ram-Corsair 16GB DDR4 3000MHz
HDD- 3.5 Firecuda 2TB SSHD
SSD- baracuda 500GB
SMPS- CORSAIR RMX RM1000X 1000W ATX12V
Case- corsair spec omega rgb black
Screen- Asus strix 32xgvq


But, My main concern is AIO cooling system.
I am but confused which one I buy? or 360mm is necessary or 240mm is enough for me?

I have two AIO cooler in my mind:

1. Cooler Master ML360R RGB
2.Corsair H150i pro RGB

or any other best for me??


Please guys solve my problem
Just before you decide on anything, there is a large conspiracy that water cooling is better than air cooling when most air cooling units in the same price range as water cooling units will outperform them. Unless you are doing it just for the looks, check out some CPU fans. It may be worth your time.
 
A 360mm AIO would be my choice. I have the Corsair H150i Pro and can only sing it's praises. It keeps my 8700K overclocked at 4.9GHz very cool and with the Mag Lev fans very quiet as well. 28c at idle and never tops 65 degrees....As to the conspiracy, I do not think so... of course a good air cooler like the mighty Noctua D15 can more than keep up with a AIO but there are other things to consider, and for me it was not having a chunk of metal with it's own gravity well hanging of your CPU and motherboard, it runs fairly quiet and looks good to boot though that is of course subjective.
 

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