Build a liquid pc cooling system in 6 easy steps
Liquid cooling systems is the new rage in PC configurations as they finally provide PCs with the great cooling that the fans could never manage to do Ė one that is safe from getting dirty and will not burn out as it cool itself too as it cools the PC. It is the gamerís literal wet dream nowadays as playing on a PC with such a system will rarely, if ever, bring the PC to a dangerous temperature level. But building it is the hard part. To help you do it without a professional handyman or electrician, here are 6 easy steps you can take towards this end:
Step 1. Mount processor water block. Get the components for the system and build it. Check with an expert handyman to make sure that it is properly configured before you flood your PC. This is not plumping installations and a wrong move will have bad and expensive consequences.
Step 2. Attach radiator. This is a large component, so it should not be too hard. Just try to be handy with the work.
Step 3. Fasten the reservoir. Keeping up with the larger components, next comes the reservoir where all the liquid will be. Pick the location yourself.
Step 4. Install the GPU block. Here you have to mount the graphics card, but do be careful, as most GPU blocks are unique.
Step 5. Pump installation. Now this will feel a bit like plumbing. This can go almost anywhere, but you still have to make sure that the parts are carefully fastened.
Step 6. Add coolant. Once the loop is complete, you can test it out and get the pump working. Add the coolant and watch as it cycles around the PC, providing you with the best cooling system you could want.
If nothing is spilling out and there are no sparks coming out of the PC, then everything is fine. If you do not feel comfortable trying to build this yourself, seek out a professional to do it for you, donít try odd jobs that you do not feel secure in doing. You will have your opportunities on the next configuration.
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