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basically all of them use the same Asetek pump, the only major difference between them is the fans that ship on them. it really doesn't matter.

if you go Corsair, you should only be looking at the H100i for 240, H115i for 280, or H150i for 360. They still sell the old GTX and GT line but you shouldn't go for them, they have an older pump that's weaker and louder and the fans are better but they're louder.

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basically all of them use the same Asetek pump, the only major difference between them is the fans that ship on them. it really doesn't matter.

if you go Corsair, you should only be looking at the H100i for 240, H115i for 280, or H150i for 360. They still sell the old GTX and GT line but you shouldn't go for them, they have an older pump that's weaker and louder and the fans are better but they're louder.
Thanks a lot!
What do you think about that one?

3 fans Corsair Hydro Series, H150i PRO RGB, 360mm. 3 X 120mm ML PWM Fans, Advanced RGB Lighting & Fan Control w/ Software. Liquid CPU Cooler. CW-9060031-WW. Support: Intel 2066, AMD AM4.

2 fans Corsair Hydro Series H100i PRO Low Noise 240mm RGB Water/Liquid CPU Cooler 240mm (CW-9060033-WW) Support Intel 2066, AMD AM4

I want to make sure CPU runs at low temp, 3 fans or two is enough. I know, it will depend on the load though...
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Thanks a lot!
What do you think about that one?

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2 fans Corsair Hydro Series H100i PRO Low Noise 240mm RGB Water/Liquid CPU Cooler 240mm (CW-9060033-WW) Support Intel 2066, AMD AM4

I want to make sure CPU runs at low temp, 3 fans or two is enough. I know, it will depend on the load though...
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Thank you very much. It seems from that article that Air Cooling might be the way to go...

If yes, what choices would be good for AMD RYZEN 9 3900X 12-Core 3.8 GHz (4.6 GHz Max Boost) Socket AM4 105W 100-100000023BOX Desktop Processor?
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I decided for the Air Cooling at least for now. After I see how things work, I can always change. Thank you ALL for the support!
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I know there are thousands of websites and boards for that but I would like the recommendation from the pros.
I asked in other forums but I would like to get more choices so I ask here as well. :-)

1. Where can I read and learn about computers in general so I can understand more of the specs for CPU GPU mobo etc?
I am looking for things explained in relatively simple way so I can understand.
Well, I do not consider myself a total moron , lol,lol,lol but some sources explain things on a level that is beyond my pay grade.
You know what I mean.

2. Where do go to have a good spectrum of news on main computer advances, technologies etc.?
Maybe even something I could get emails automatically (usually I unsubscribe from many websites as there is simply too many mails I would not read but in this case would be different)

3. I want to stay within maybe 4 good sources of what I described in 1. and 2.

Thanks, cheers, AJ
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Hello again gentlemen,



It is done, bought the parts........



Now I can relax and think about cooling.



I decided on Closed Loop water Cooling, the reason. I do not mind maintenance and work BUT, I do not like having to deal with liquids close to my build.

I understand it is safe if you follow guidelines but I will skip it that time....



Please give me some suggestions, I have found that one.



Fractal Design Celsius S36 360mm Silent High Performance Slim Expandable All-In-One CPU Liquid / Water Cooler



Thank you again for ALL feedback. I love these forums.
My suggestion is to stay away from CLCs. Either you go full custom loop, or you go full air.

The big reasons against CLCs are these. They have an expiration date. They're only slightly better in some occasions than air cooling. They're costly, with most liquid cooling disadvantages and most of the times they're not better than air cooling.

General guidlines. If go for air cooling, not having the right case and fans configuration, will be much more punishing than liquid cooling.

Nh d15 with front fan removed works excellent for the case you chose, tho i would rather get a p400a and add my own case fans. Not because the p600s is a bad case or the fans are not good, but because p400a power supply shroud is perforated and does not render the inferior front fan useless and sw3 or nf a12x25 will be just as good if not better, but also PWM.

GPU. Buy a model with a big radiator, from a brand that do not void your warranty for cooler removal and has a 4 or 5 pin mini pwm connector. Buy an adapter to normal pwm fan connector, remove the plastic shroud and the fans from the GPU, and use your preferred 120mm fans zip tied on it.

You will get a drastic improvement in temps and/or noise and you won't trade off die temperatures for VRM like with accelero or morpheus.

This kind of build should allow you run your build under full load at bellow 35dba with acceptable temps.
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