WaterCooling your PC is becoming a very popular thing to do as of late in the overclocking world. However, the problem with it is the complicated choices when building a cooling setup.
Many choose to not deal with this and buy a pre-made watercooling setup from Koolance, Corsair, Swiftech, etc. Some of these kits can be very good, many are not. In this guide I will not tell you which kit to get, but rather teach you how to build your own setup and dispel some common watercooling myths along the way.
There you have it, the undeniable fact that liquid cooling is more efficient than air-cooling. But that doesn't necessarily mean it's the better choice for PC components, does it?