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which to choose, water or phase

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So I've been wanting to either get water or phase cooling for quite some time now, and I was wondering which one would be the best for me. I am on a budget, so would it be better if I make my own custom water/phase or should I buy a kit. And also what would be the pros and cons of each? I'm not really concerned with noise, as I used to have a vantec tornado but just so long as its bearable.
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you should use water

those 3700s are better at lower voltages so phase would be a waste

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I see so if I get water what would be the pros and cons and Ill probably upgrade to AMDs quadcore when it comes out so what would be better in the long run
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It all depends on how much cash you have, if you only have 220-270 to spend, get water, if you have oodles of money, get phase.
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alright thanks for the advice
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