[SOLVED] Will AIO cooler fit in my case?

Colif

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I find my CPU temp is more stable with water, its been about same temp range now for almost a year.

Water takes longer to heat up but also takes longer to cool. So less spikes in temps. Air cools down much faster after games for instance.
 
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really, i find idea of water and electricity not exactly safe, but i wanted to give it a chance since last 5 PC were all air.

I am actively not thinking about leaks but I think its pretty safe now :)
Well ofc your correct re electricity and water however, I know of one only that sprung a leak and that was user fault during installation. The issue of leaks was dispelled long ago.
 
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Colif

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No spiking temps on aio.

My 3600xt is constantly jumping up and down but the aio fan speed is based on liquid temp and since its almost always 29C I hardly hear my AIO fans. to point I turned its fans off once just to hear if I can tell the difference, I couldn't. My case fans probably too loud.
 
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DanijelPeder

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Well ofc your correct re electricity and water however, I know of one only that sprung a leak and that was user fault during installation. The issue of leaks was dispelled long ago.
Oh okay, I will take my pc to a store where they'll set it up for me bcs i'm too flimsy when it comes to stuff like this xd
 

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