Looking for a cheap water cooler, in the $50-70 range.
>inb4 get an air cooler for that price
Needs to be 120mm, as I am very limited on space in my mini-itx build (also the reason why I want a cheap water cooler instead of a good air cooler)
I've narrowed it down to either the Corsair H55 or the H60, but I'm not sure which one is best. I saw a graph saying the H55 cools better in one place, the opposite in another.
TL;DR: which is better? Corsair H55 or H60?
Get a good aircooler or drop 100$ on a not shit AIO.
Get like a h100i or something if you really want one.
This is my H55 post-leak. Apparently a common problem.
Went 212 Evo and problem solved.
If you're not gonna go at least H80 then don't even bother.
>expecting /g/ to read
You're both idiots. The reason to get an AIO water cooler is because it has very low overhead on the CPU. In really small cases (i.e. ITX), there's not a whole lot of headroom around and above the CPU, but there tends to be plenty on the outside of the main exhaust, which is a perfect fit for the radiator.
Every single CPU air cooler you're imaginging right now wouldn't fit in many, if not most ITX cases. Tower style practically never fits. Sometimes even "low-profile" horizontal ones do not fit.
Looking to do some free lance programming for some extra cash. Any free lancer programmers here that could tell me the best way to get started? There just seems like a largely inflated market, and it seems pretty hard to stand out.