Originally Posted by jason387
On an average what liquid temp is said to be a good liquid temp?? Sorry for all the questions. I'm a noob when it comes to liquid cooling.
Anything below your CPU's thermal cut out is good for me. I live in northern England so air temps aren't a big concern for most of the year. My rig at present is an overclocked 4770k with a R9 290x. Running a 4.8 GHz over clock on the CPU and a mild under clock on the GPU. My temps are usually 10-15c higher than ambient.
A milder over clock of 4.2GHz see's the temps at around 8-12c above ambient.
As far as I know the all in one coolers like yours are all sealed units.
I got a load of good benchmarking done over winter to help keep things a few degrees cooler. Now the temps are warming up. 14c in the UK basically means break out the shorts and sunnies, summer is here.