- 8 months ago
Good day all. I have a computer build concept that I'm working on. This computer will be built in a book shelf instead of a computer case. Why? Because I feel like it. Anyway, because it is not in a proper case, it will not have the advantages of a directed airflow when it comes to cooling. I intend to overclock all the components as far as I can take them, so I'm planning on using a liquid cooling loop.
Because I wont have good airflow over the motherboard, I was thinking that the RAM might not be cool enough for overclocking. This lead me to thinking, "What if I had liquid cooled RAM?" It's been done before and it might be the perfect solution for cooling this build.
I'm already planing to have two independent loops in the system, one for the CPU and another for the twin GPUs. How should I go about setting up water cooled RAM and what water block should I use? I prefer RGB lighting on the RAM water block, but performance is the main concern. Please give me some suggestions on what RAM water block to use and how to integrate it into the cooling loop. Here is the part list I have so far: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/wd4cdX
Thanks ahead of time y'all