This is a great thread, thanks for doing this. Probably a lot questions that people didn't know where to plug, or were afraid to do so somewhere else. This community rocks.

So my noob question. I am interested in changing to liquid cooling in my PC so I can begin overclocking, but I've never done it before, never touched the stuff. Can someone point me in a good direction? I'm sure if I gave you guys all my specs you could tell me how to do it, but I'd like to learn about it myself.

Thanks, I appreciate it.

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You can just get an air cooler like the Hyper 212 Evo for some really good beginner overclocking.

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I don't do watercooling, but it looks like there's a /r/watercooling. Probably guides and such in the sidebar, as well as people who are all knowledgeable

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