Re: Need help in choosing a new computer
whoa..easy bro.. ive heard alot of ppl say they had issues with their liquid cooled.
Remember its his first build.. why take a chance?.. my air cooled runs circles around alot of liquid cooled set ups.. i leave it on for weeks... Never an issue.. YES liquid cooled are decent and ive seen many do well..But (1) theres ALWAYS a risk with them.. (2) Its his first build.. better for him to learn the ropes on builds with something simple.. Then to go liquid cooled..make a mistake and have all his hardware lost due to lack of knowledge and experience.. As far as the pc i bought my bro.. it was around 500-600 bucks.. Not crazy cheap..cyberpower pc's are well known.. better to get 1 of those then say a Dell or HP. For something like that to happen.. chances are slim.. But it happened...from hoses to rad leaks to you name it.. theres alot of factors..Air is simple.. its either on or not..
look.. i dont know about you.. but i bust my ass at work underground for 12-16hrs a day.
when i buy something.. i get want i WANT.. Not what i can afford at the time.. Any pc is an investment. He will save alot of money doing it himself... if he gets the right parts.. does his homework and makes sure everything is compatible..builds something effective and simple.. then he has a better chance of success.. The more complex you make it.. the more chances something can fail..
Last edited by PennMiner; 08-19-2014 at 09:32 AM.