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upgrading to AIO [for the fun of it]

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Just get a corsiar radiator, like 280mm corsair h115 pro, it already comes with corsiar ML140 fans.

 

1) Corsair(i just like that brand, havent had any problems)

2) I would say 280mm, the 120mm fans make a more annoying sound compared to 140mm

3) for example h115 pro, or h115 pro platinum

4) Corsair ML fans are good on the radiators

5) Mount on the top, so all the heat from the cpu goes out of the case, that way gpu and motherboard temps stay lower.

6) Use the correct mounting hardware, especially the standoffs. Also peel the plastic of the top on the pump before using.

now i have:
8700K,    A Coolermaster air cooler

Case: ThermalTake Suppresor F31

 

I wanna state that i don't have any temp problems, gaming under 60C and idle under 40C. no need to worry.

As I am browsing YT i come across some AIO videos, and it makes me wanna play with pc parts again :)

 

I think it would be cool to get one of these for myself but im very new to this.

Here is a pic that shows all possible configs for a radiator. (quite a big case i know)

 

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So now the Questions:

1: What brand should i get? (pls share your own experience)

2: What size? I was thinking about 280 since I already have 3 ML140s in my case

3: What model?

4: Also i would change out the fans to the ML140s just not to mix fans for estetics. And i would be getting the Corsair commander as well. Would you say these fans are bad on a rad? i know there are different kinds of fans for different goals.

Maybe you can recommend me better ones from Corsair the fit with the MLs.

5: Where should i mount it? I would say on top but maybe in the front has benefits?

6: Do you have any tips or must-knows, not the basic ones you find all over YT.

 

// There is no budget, of course i look at what it costs but i see people on this forum always trying to spend the least money.possible.

// My pc is my bby so im not tryin to cheap out ;)

 

I think i got everthing now :D
 

Edit: I'm trying to keep it relatively quiet.

I am here to learn, please correct me if im wrong or you see me putting bs on your screen!

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Just get a corsiar radiator, like 280mm corsair h115 pro, it already comes with corsiar ML140 fans.

 

1) Corsair(i just like that brand, havent had any problems)

2) I would say 280mm, the 120mm fans make a more annoying sound compared to 140mm

3) for example h115 pro, or h115 pro platinum

4) Corsair ML fans are good on the radiators

5) Mount on the top, so all the heat from the cpu goes out of the case, that way gpu and motherboard temps stay lower.

6) Use the correct mounting hardware, especially the standoffs. Also peel the plastic of the top on the pump before using.

I only see your reply if you @ me.

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51 minutes ago, Origami Cactus said:

Just get a corsiar radiator, like 280mm corsair h115 pro, it already comes with corsiar ML140 fans.

 

1) Corsair(i just like that brand, havent had any problems)

2) I would say 280mm, the 120mm fans make a more annoying sound compared to 140mm

3) for example h115 pro, or h115 pro platinum

4) Corsair ML fans are good on the radiators

5) Mount on the top, so all the heat from the cpu goes out of the case, that way gpu and motherboard temps stay lower.

6) Use the correct mounting hardware, especially the standoffs. Also peel the plastic of the top on the pump before using.

thanks alot.

I am here to learn, please correct me if im wrong or you see me putting bs on your screen!

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@Origami Cactus another question.

this is gonna sound stupid but AIOs have liquid already inside?
why didnt i know?

I am here to learn, please correct me if im wrong or you see me putting bs on your screen!

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