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What a joke the rasa is a h70 knockoff and performs slightly better your crazy kid
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water cooling will decrease your room temps for sure. the rise in temperature of the card in not linear. this is an electronic component, the higher the temperature, the higher the power consumption. more power consumption = more heat. if you have a cooler that is capable of maintaining the temp of the component low, the component will consume lesser power and therefore less heat.

and one more thing, your fans will work harder if your pc temp is high, therefore your psu components will heat-up as well because they are producing more current to supply to your fans and to your heated components.
    
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You obv love your watercooling and dont want to admit you spent 150 or more on a cpu kit only and air comes within a degree or two please stop with the nonsense
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Personally I think that when you go water cooling it does drop the temps of the room a few degrees.
its physically impossible. this way would break some base laws. you cannot take more heat from something, and while dispatching it, lower temperature of medium that you are dispatching on to it. water cooling is way better then air cooling.

simpler. you cannot add more to make it less.
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You obv love your watercooling and dont want to admit you spent 150 or more on a cpu kit only and air comes within a degree or two please stop with the nonsense
I fully respect your opinion Sir!
    
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Stop trolling. You obviously don't know anything about water, or even air for that matter.
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yup okie
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Adversity, who should stop trolling?
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Adversity, who should stop trolling?
<------ think its me
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Adversity, who should stop trolling?
Nw0rb.
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