Water cooling or air cooling for cpu?!

Hydo-H60 or 212 Evo ? or any other good coolers to keep my i7-3770k cool?! for £60?
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  1. price versus performance wise--the evo 212

    personally not the h60--i would spend a little more and get the h80

    theres also something like this

    http://www.ebuyer.com/290259-phanteks-ph-tc14pe-rd-red-edition-socket-amd-am2-am3-intel-775-1155-1156-ph-tc14pe-rd?utm_source=google&utm_medium=products

    not cheap--but does come in different colours if you are one of those people who likes it all to match

    ot the nh-d14

    http://www.ebuyer.com/195165-noctua-nh-d14-dual-radiator-and-fan-socket-lga1366-lga1156-lga775-am3-am2-nh-d14
  2. Cheap water is never as good as you'd like, for that budget, 212 all the way,
    don't consider watercooling until you have at least £150 and have checked out the W/c sticky in overclocking section
    Moto
  3. Motopsychojdn said:
    Cheap water is never as good as you'd like, for that budget, 212 all the way,
    don't consider watercooling until you have at least £150 and have checked out the W/c sticky in overclocking section
    Moto

    I can get the NH-D14 for £59.99 down from 72,worth it?
  4. depends how hard you want to overclock

    if the extra £30 over the evo 212 is worth it to you then go for it
  5. thinking 4.5Ghz
  6. definately the noctua then

    ivy bridge runs hotter than sandy bridge--especially at 4.5ghz
  7. alright thanks buddy:).
  8. Yup, the 212 starts at around £15 but the DH14 outperforms it and is worth the cost imo
    Moto
  9. cheers.
  10. No probs man
    moto
  11. Motopsychojdn said:
    No probs man
    moto

    will the NH-D14 fit within a NZXT Switch 810?
  12. I should think so, You'll have to google it though, just finished my nightshift and can't function that well :P
    Moto
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