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difference between liquid cooling with 95w processor

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what is the difference between the liquid cooling with the 95w processor and the one without it?

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Welcome to the HP Support Community @Shanes1 

 

AIR COOLING:

 

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LIQUID COOLING:

 

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i realize the difference between air and water cooling. but, when customzing my cooling options, there are two options for water cooling. one of them, the more expensive option, has a 95w processor. what does this do that the option without the 95w processor has?

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@Shanes1 

 

Sorry but I am not sure what you are asking???

 

The 95watt processor runs hotter than the 65watt processor???

 

The 95watt processor is more expensive than the 65watt processor???

 

Good luck, I hope you find the answer to your question???

 

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I think this might be what you are looking at???

The most expensive liquid cooling comes with a plexiglass side window to see thru. It can only be purchased with the 8700 "K" or 9900 "K" version (95w) CPU. Thats why its more expensive. The previous version does not have the Window in the panel.

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yes thank you. i didnt realize that it had the glass window option. i was wondering what the "(95w processor)" meant in the option, and you have told me its for the acutal processor options. thank you guys for the help!

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You're welcome. I forgot to mention the windowed version also has a red led light mounted inside shining down across the heatsink. So if asthetics are important, I  guess its worth the extra $40.

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