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Pros and cons of liquid cooled computers

  1. A liquid cooled system can perform better because the processor is cooled by liquid, not air.
  2. The heatsink is a bit more efficient, so the boards are less likely to warp due to excessive temperature difference on different regions of the boards.
  3. You literally have a series of tubes in your computer.


  1. It’s more expensive than air cooling.
  2. There’s always a risk of a spill or condensation that could cause a short.
  3. It’s not portable, it’s not easy to build, and it’s not easy to maintain.

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