No, but now I can over clock it and still not have that problem
That is pretty much my friend, who has according to him spent over $5000 on his PC over the years. His computer can run even complex simulations (which he doesnt do, just cool that it can). But he doesnt ever have enough money to buy new games, cause hes always upgrading things he doesnt need
@Duncan5769, Thats like pimping out a house or a car and never using them, tf
@Duncan5769, ok it’s understandable in that regard, but with this pic it’s the fact of not risking over heating your pc and potentially damaging it, so it’s not that the pc has a problem with over heating before, it’s that 1. I wouldn’t want to risk it especially if I have a high end pc where that could be a risk or 2. You knew The pc would overheat if you didn’t have the system in place
Sure as hell won't now.
Also, I plan on building a custom loop soon and let me tell you, it can get well over $400 in parts.
@The Lifeguard, I always want to put together a pc, but luckily my dad is a gamer and I get his old ones. His new one costs about 2000 euros, and a screen for 1000 euros... I'd take approximately 5 years to save up that much money. I'm happy that I can just use his old stuff, I'd make myself broke otherwise. Well. Even more broke than I am right now lol
@A pet named Steve, I actually am putting together my computer tomorrow! I spent around $700 myself, but I got about $400 worth of parts for Christmas
@The Lifeguard, that's why I got the swiftech H240 X2, i5-4670k at 5Ghz and I don't go over ~35°, even while gaming
it's also completely expandable, already coming with 1/2" tubing. or it's 5/8", can't remember exactly
I got a low tier $100 water cooler 2 weeks ago but it STILL has not arrived. Right now my cpu goes from 60-80C where is should be less than 60 :((