Why use Liquid Cooling ?

We have always wondered how to make our computer’s work faster, the answer to this is either:

  •    Buying the Latest Hardware by spending a lot of Money   OR
  •    Overclocking your current Hardware
Now what is Overclocking ?

Overclocking is a process that is followed by Enthusiast all over the world in which increasing the Clock Rate of a Computer’s Component’s increases the performance of their Computer’s.

What are the Advantages ?
  • A user can, purchase a lower performance, cheaper component and overclock it to the clock rate of a more expensive component.
  • Higher performance in games, encoding, video editing applications, and system tasks at no additional expense.
  • Some systems have “bottlenecks,” where small overclocking of a component can help realize the full potential of another component to a greater percentage than the limiting hardware is overclocked.

(Eg: Combination of a Low-End CPU with High-End GPU results in a Bottleneck)

What are the Disadvantages ?
  • The Lifespan of a Component may be reduced due to continuous operations at Higher Frequencies and Higher Temperature, but Computer Parts rapidly become obsolete in performance due to the non-stop technological progress.
  • Increased clock rates and/or voltages result in higher power consumption.
  • A improper Overclock may lead to a Unstable System leading to BSOD or Shutdown.
  • A Overclock demands more Electrical Power, naturally it starts heating more and requires a better Cooling Solution.
That’s where Liquid Cooling does its work:
  • A Good Liquid Cooling Setup can increase your CPU Speed’s to as high as 5 Ghz and yet keep the entire System Cool.
  • The Noise produced in the System is greatly reduced due to the use of a Heat-Exchanger and Silent Fans.
  • If you don’t opt to Overclock your Computer, the Liquid Cooling Setup can still keep your Computer cooler than the normal Aluminium heatsink + Fan Combination thus increasing the life of the components.