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joefarrell

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Hello, I was just wondering if the CPU cooler I'm going to buy is actually strong enough to deal with the heat from my CPU ( which is a Intel i7-6700k ). The cooler is a, Cooler master MASTERLIQUID ML120L RGB.
 
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Your I7 is rated at 100 watts (torture) And your cooler is 180 Watts so it should be ok, using a liquid cooler you have to make sure you have enough case fan air flow to cool the regulators and other components since you won't have a fan on your CPU.
 

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Your I7 is rated at 100 watts (torture) And your cooler is 180 Watts so it should be ok, using a liquid cooler you have to make sure you have enough case fan air flow to cool the regulators and other components since you won't have a fan on your CPU.
Thanks for the advise, the case I have is a corsair spec 06 RGB and has two stock fans ( one at the front one at the rear ) ill probably add an extra one at the front and add the CPU cooler to the roof of the case as an exhaust.
 
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