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- The budget, mid-tier, and high-end columns are for air-cooling. Closed-loop-coolers (CLCs), or liquid coolers, use water to cool the CPU instead of air.
- If you're not overclocking, stock HSFs are fine. If your CPU runs warm, stock HSFs tend to get loud because the fans spin faster.
- Spending more money will get you better cooling and quieter operation.
- Stock HSFs are sometimes simpler to install. Aftermarket HSFs usually include screws and other small parts.
- CLCs are divided into two categories: 120mm units and 240mm units, as shown here:
- 120mm CLC units perform somewhere between mid-tier and high-end air coolers, but they are often priced as high as the high-end. They offer less value, but take up much less space.
- 240mm coolers compete with high-end air HSFs, and can be superior in cooling. However, they are very expensive, and do not fit in all cases. Never buy a 240mm unit until you have made sure that you can install it in your case.
- Many CLC units are made by the same manufacturer (Asetek), with the main difference being the type of fans that are used.
- If your budget is constrained, you can always stick with stock HSFs, and buy an aftermarket cooler later when you have the money.