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    Default Is this cooler too good to be true?

    https://ryanscomputers.com/component...ng-system.html

    A 240mm Liquid cooler for only 5.2k!?!?

    No air cooler at this price range can come close to this.
    Even the reviews online seem possitive.

    Should I go for it?

    Planning to get a 8700k or the new 2000 series ryzen CPUs

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    I wouldn't trust it. The other model of the same brand cooler has a high tendency to leak as seen in this video and in comments: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOvM2EaW46I&t=4s . Not sure if this model is better, but there's hardly any review for it on Amazon/Newegg... So no. Better stick with CM/Corsair AIO coolers

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    Even Corsair AIOs can leak, there's absolutely nothing wrong with DeepCool.

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    ^Correct. Plus, I believe all coolants are non-conductive these days, so leaks shouldn't cause damage.

    My friend's Antec Kuhlec 620 (ancient AIO) kind of cracked open and scattered coolant inside his PC, all components were fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRazerK View Post
    I wouldn't trust it. The other model of the same brand cooler has a high tendency to leak as seen in this video and in comments: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOvM2EaW46I&t=4s . Not sure if this model is better, but there's hardly any review for it on Amazon/Newegg... So no. Better stick with CM/Corsair AIO coolers
    That is a very unreliable metric for the assessment of products. The bias is that only the ppl who have issues with a certain product have the greatest tendency to give reviews of it online; most ppl for whom the product works well out-of-the-box, as advertised won't usually be bothered to review them. Always take these types of reviews with a grain of salt. Applies for all products sold on online e-commerce sites.
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    Coolants may be non conductive but they can be a pain to clean. :/

    Anywho how likely is it for an AIO to spill.

    Would hate to see my hard earned rig get soaked q.q

    Should I go for this 240mm AIO or should I get an Air cooler?

    My budget is around 6 to 7k ish for the cooler

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    It's unlikely enough that people don't even think about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UzuShin View Post
    https://ryanscomputers.com/component...ng-system.html

    A 240mm Liquid cooler for only 5.2k!?!?

    No air cooler at this price range can come close to this.
    Even the reviews online seem possitive.

    Should I go for it?

    Planning to get a 8700k or the new 2000 series ryzen CPUs
    its actually very very good. Buy it asap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    its actually very very good. Buy it asap.
    Thanks getting this then

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    Quote Originally Posted by UzuShin View Post
    Thanks getting this then
    you will be happy. trust me

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    There's a review on Guru3D . This cooler actually kicks ¤¤¤ at this price :O

    - - - Updated - - -

    Buy it!
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    Tech has gone a long way to be ESD and spill proof, go for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UzuShin View Post
    https://ryanscomputers.com/component...ng-system.html

    A 240mm Liquid cooler for only 5.2k!?!?

    No air cooler at this price range can come close to this.
    Even the reviews online seem possitive.

    Should I go for it?

    Planning to get a 8700k or the new 2000 series ryzen CPUs
    Just curious, are you planning to overclock the sh*t out of 8700k or Ryzen CPU along with a decent (read pretty expensive for Intel Z370 series) motherboard and RAM support for that helluva OCing?

    Now I am just assuming from your rig is that you have a gtx 1060 and a 1080p monitor and if you are not planning to buy a gtx 1080ti and a 1440p or 4k monitor in future then any liquid cooling unit let alone that powerful CPU is not necessary considering you will be bottle-necked heavily by the rest of the components. Well things could be interesting if you plan to overclock that CPU just for fun or any other means for CPU purpose only. I wouldn't get an 8700k till I have or can get a 1080ti with a Hi-Res Monitor.

    Just my 2 cents, it's your money so your choice.

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    ^Possibly, his work involves CPU-dependent workloads so that explains it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billybuoy View Post
    Just curious, are you planning to overclock the sh*t out of 8700k or Ryzen CPU along with a decent (read pretty expensive for Intel Z370 series) motherboard and RAM support for that helluva OCing?

    Now I am just assuming from your rig is that you have a gtx 1060 and a 1080p monitor and if you are not planning to buy a gtx 1080ti and a 1440p or 4k monitor in future then any liquid cooling unit let alone that powerful CPU is not necessary considering you will be bottle-necked heavily by the rest of the components. Well things could be interesting if you plan to overclock that CPU just for fun or any other means for CPU purpose only. I wouldn't get an 8700k till I have or can get a 1080ti with a Hi-Res Monitor.

    Just my 2 cents, it's your money so your choice.
    I hear you man. A GPU upgrade is what I need the most actually. I am going to start This course soon and it recommends to rent a GPU server or have at least a GTX 1070 GPU to train the datasets. I am just hoping that my 1060 will be able to barely cut through. Or else I will have to depend on the computers from my office.

    A GPU upgrade is a must for me but it is just not possible in this cancerous market. (1lac+ for a 1080ti wtf!)

    So I am upgrading my other components in the meanwhile. Maybe the prices of GPUs might get slightly more sane or maybe I could get a 2060 for 50k or something next year... :v

    To be honest a strong CPU is not needed at all for the stuff I do. If anything it will help my brother who edits videos more than me. I just want something that will last me for 2 to 3 years.

    If we are talking about games. People used to recommend pairing 980s with i7s. A 1060 is slightly weaker than a 980. I am not saying that my i5 bottlenecks my 1060 it most certainly does not. My point is budget GPUs are getting better and better every generation it won't be long till budget GPUs can bottleneck older 4 core CPUs. And I hear future games will start utilizing more cores too. So If I am going to upgrade my CPU why not get something top of the line? That's all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UzuShin View Post
    https://ryanscomputers.com/component...ng-system.html

    A 240mm Liquid cooler for only 5.2k!?!?

    No air cooler at this price range can come close to this.
    Even the reviews online seem possitive.

    Should I go for it?

    Planning to get a 8700k or the new 2000 series ryzen CPUs
    The cooler looks promising. Why shouldn't you give it a try?
    Is that readily available @ Ryan's computer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muradd9 View Post
    The cooler looks promising. Why shouldn't you give it a try?
    Is that readily available @ Ryan's computer?
    knock them on their facebook, they respond well
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    Quote Originally Posted by UzuShin View Post
    I hear you man. A GPU upgrade is what I need the most actually. I am going to start This course soon and it recommends to rent a GPU server or have at least a GTX 1070 GPU to train the datasets. I am just hoping that my 1060 will be able to barely cut through. Or else I will have to depend on the computers from my office.

    A GPU upgrade is a must for me but it is just not possible in this cancerous market. (1lac+ for a 1080ti wtf!)

    So I am upgrading my other components in the meanwhile. Maybe the prices of GPUs might get slightly more sane or maybe I could get a 2060 for 50k or something next year... :v

    To be honest a strong CPU is not needed at all for the stuff I do. If anything it will help my brother who edits videos more than me. I just want something that will last me for 2 to 3 years.

    If we are talking about games. People used to recommend pairing 980s with i7s. A 1060 is slightly weaker than a 980. I am not saying that my i5 bottlenecks my 1060 it most certainly does not. My point is budget GPUs are getting better and better every generation it won't be long till budget GPUs can bottleneck older 4 core CPUs. And I hear future games will start utilizing more cores too. So If I am going to upgrade my CPU why not get something top of the line? That's all.
    I suggest you try that course with your 1060 first and see how well it performs. You might just be surprised. Friend of mine is doing CS Masters in the states specializing in deep learning. He has a Gigabyte (forgot exact model) gaming laptop with a GTX 1060 + i7 7700HQ. Recently he had to do one of his deep learning assignments on Matlab, and it took him just 3 mins to run the starter code, whereas it took 9 hours (that's right) for his classmates on their shiny Macbook Pros

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    Quote Originally Posted by UzuShin View Post
    I hear you man. A GPU upgrade is what I need the most actually. I am going to start This course soon and it recommends to rent a GPU server or have at least a GTX 1070 GPU to train the datasets. I am just hoping that my 1060 will be able to barely cut through. Or else I will have to depend on the computers from my office.

    A GPU upgrade is a must for me but it is just not possible in this cancerous market. (1lac+ for a 1080ti wtf!)

    So I am upgrading my other components in the meanwhile. Maybe the prices of GPUs might get slightly more sane or maybe I could get a 2060 for 50k or something next year... :v

    To be honest a strong CPU is not needed at all for the stuff I do. If anything it will help my brother who edits videos more than me. I just want something that will last me for 2 to 3 years.

    If we are talking about games. People used to recommend pairing 980s with i7s. A 1060 is slightly weaker than a 980. I am not saying that my i5 bottlenecks my 1060 it most certainly does not. My point is budget GPUs are getting better and better every generation it won't be long till budget GPUs can bottleneck older 4 core CPUs. And I hear future games will start utilizing more cores too. So If I am going to upgrade my CPU why not get something top of the line? That's all.
    Please do let us see the cooler once installed then! I might get that too in future.
    Last edited by Billybuoy; March 16th, 2018 at 01:25.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRazerK View Post
    I suggest you try that course with your 1060 first and see how well it performs. You might just be surprised. Friend of mine is doing CS Masters in the states specializing in deep learning. He has a Gigabyte (forgot exact model) gaming laptop with a GTX 1060 + i7 7700HQ. Recently he had to do one of his deep learning assignments on Matlab, and it took him just 3 mins to run the starter code, whereas it took 9 hours (that's right) for his classmates on their shiny Macbook Pros
    xD yeah Macs and Deep Learning just don't go together .
    Yeah will do! Hoping for the best!

    Quote Originally Posted by Billybuoy View Post
    Please do let us see the cooler once installed then! I might get that too in future.
    Yeah sure!

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