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Water cooling computers typically refers to systems utilising H2O to cool the processor, graphics card(s) or RAM. In a normal setup, there is a reservoir of water which is pumped around a loop, the constant flow of water provides adequate cooling to the chipsets.

Water cooling is for to enthusiasts who are trying to achieve a specific purpose, such as a quiet PC or achieve lower temperatures and overclock their cards higher.

There is a strong argument that modern air coolers can outperform water-cooling, which is mostly true. Liquid cooling is usually better for custom-designed cases (with limited room) and for better temperatures over hours/days, not just short tests.

We have a large range of tubes, connections, pumps, blocks and everything you need to keep your system running colder than a polar bear's toenails.