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AIr cooling or water cooling for my i7 9700f

I looked up the cooler master ma620p and i could get it for around 189 ringgit but I also found a good deal on cooler master's master liquid 240 lite for around 299. I am not really sure which is better for cooling for my i7 9700f. Is it likely that the aio will leak or have a broken pump in like 4 years time? coz i plan on using for around 3 to 4 years. Is it more reliable to get the 620p or the 240l?

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ok but it does provide similar performance as the 240l right? 

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21 minutes ago, shadowstorm52 said:

ok but it does provide similar performance as the 240l right? 

is that kf version or just f version? that i7 has terrible value if its not the k version. Even with k version it has a terrible value. 

Have you bought it yet? if not buy soemthing else with better value. if yes then go for the cheaper cooler. you cant overclock that cpu so any cheap cooler like hyper 212 will do

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yeah for retail price it's not a good deal but i actually can get it for around 612 ringgit which is about 170 us dollars,for the kf i think i can get it fro 712 ringgit so yeah

46 minutes ago, SavageNeo said:

is that kf version or just f version? that i7 has terrible value if its not the k version. Even with k version it has a terrible value. 

Have you bought it yet? if not buy soemthing else with better value. if yes then go for the cheaper cooler. you cant overclock that cpu so any cheap cooler like hyper 212 will do

 

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Overall can u guys help me have a look at my to be build and help me change some parts here and there? like if I want to keep my budget lower than 4800 ringgit/1200 us dollars

Intel Core I7f or i7kf
-Rm612 or rm712
Aorus B360 gaming 3
-Rm379
Kingston 8GB DDR4 2666Mhz Desktop (PC) Ram (KVR26N19S8/8)
-Rm 149×2=298 Cooler Master Case MB511 RGB Chassis (ATX, 7 Expansion Slots, USB 3.0 x2, USB 2.0 x2, Audio x1, )
'Rm289
 Cooler Master MasterAir Ma620P
Rm189

XPG SPECTRIX S40G RGB PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 Solid State Drive 512GB
-Rm 369 

Seagate Barracuda 3.5" 2TB Hub Drive (ST2000DM008,2TB of Capacity, SATA 6Gb/s, 7200RPM, 256MB Cache)
-Rm259
Cooler Master MWE Gold V2 650W PSU (650 Watts, 80 Plus Gold 100-240Vac, Protections OVP, OPP, SCP, UVP, OTP)
-Rm370(
ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2060 AMP Extreme
Rm1799
 Masterfan Pro 120 rgb balance
2×55=Rm110 

Grand total:4674/4774

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51 minutes ago, SavageNeo said:

is that kf version or just f version? that i7 has terrible value if its not the k version. Even with k version it has a terrible value. 

Have you bought it yet? if not buy soemthing else with better value. if yes then go for the cheaper cooler. you cant overclock that cpu so any cheap cooler like hyper 212 will do

agreeed

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Just now, Mythic Scythe said:

agreeed

but i can get it for 612 ringgit though and the kf for 712 or is it still a no no 

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