Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE
There are people who are just as dedicated to PSU's in their forum as there are watercoolers in here,you will get better assistance there.
Take it to the appropriate forum please.this is not the PSU thread.
Keep it on topic.
Oh well thank you for answering my questions and helping out. You know sharing your knowledge and all. NOT
So you reckon that my questions were totally off topic and had absolutely nothing to do with water cooling ? Well I'd like some explanation on that because I don't feel like I went off topic at all. If anything I brought us back on topic and did it pretty well taking the off topic discussion and turning it into something on topic. A smooth transition, that's what it was.
All you did was tell people they were off topic (duh, like they didn't already know that and it's not as if Fuganator had already done that...) and to move to the appropriate section.
PSU experts aren't necessarily water coolers and would have no idea whether: A, after water cooling both GPU and CPU the PSU's noise was a nuisance. B, if you can actually water cool a PSU. So, no I'm not off topic, and neither would I get better assistance over there.
You may have misread my post and not understood I wasn't following the off topic crowd but fixing things and trying to bring us back on topic but that's not my problem. I personally read your post five times to check if I wasn't over reacting (which I feel like I am as you weren't agressive in your reply). I take the blame for my mistakes and when I **** up I don't hide and pretend like it wasn't me, that I didn't do anything. But I will not tolerate people telling me I've done wrong when I haven't (reminds me off the time somebody had a go at me because this was apparently a Picture gallery and not a place to ask for help about water cooling).
Originally Posted by Willhemmens
Not if you own a decent unit. Your OCZ, maybe. I've never heard a peep out of my Superflower because the fan is never running. If I stop the only two fans I have running currently my system, all I hear is central heating.
Why don't you water cool PSU? Well I once found out that atleast in some PSU's there is if not mains, high voltage in some of the heatsinks of the unit. If you put a copper or aluminium waterblock on, the power would go from the components to the coolant and straight into any other waterblocks, probably killing anything they're cooling.
There is also the pointlessness factor, watercooling would only get rid of fan noise, the squealing from low quality units would still be there.
Buy a decent unit for the cost of a normal unit + a waterblock and you won't need to watercool it.
Koolance do sell some though.
Thank you for acting like a normal person and actually helping me by answering my questions
+Rep for you.
Originally Posted by mironccr345
Im going to miss my GTX 590.....
Wow, now that's a good looking water block !
Originally Posted by Jorvin
but now they ar back at full price 38dollar
too bad, I've still got to get a drain line and was going to pm one fo you yesterday to see if I could order one (if the shipping wasn't something crazy like 40€).Edited by steelkevin - 11/8/12 at 6:22am