Note: At the beginning of the gallery you will find new photos from the popular Waku picture thread.
The topics of water cooling and air cooling are very popular in the PCGH Extreme forum. It is always astonishing to what photographic excellence the community members achieve when it comes to staging their cooling perfectly. The pictures prove that water cooling is not only suitable for cooling PC components such as CPU, RAM or mainboard chipset more efficiently, but also looks good. In the following gallery, we therefore show you a current selection of the visually most striking images from the forum.
If you want to upload your Waku pictures to the forum yourself, please use the Waku picture thread on PCGH Extreme. Make sure that the pictures are the main focus in this thread – and not the discussions. At the beginning of the gallery you will find new pictures from the water cooling picture thread in the PC Games Hardware Extreme forum.
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Note: PCGH Extreme is the community for PC mechanics. On August 20, 2007, the PC Games Hardware Extreme Forum opened its doors to interested readers for the first time on the occasion of the Games Convention 2007. In the beginning the forum was run parallel to the old PCGH forum and its content was almost exclusively about overclocking and case modding. Since 2008, PC Games Hardware Extreme has been the only forum for all PCGH community members, covering a wide range of topics. Since launch, over 520,000 topics and 10,100,000 posts have been created by more than 200,000 registered users. The Folding@Home community has been very active for many years, making computing power available to fight diseases such as cancer.