The way in which CPU development has evolved has placed renewed focus on the coolers we choose to install. Today's chips might be more efficient than ever before, but achieving the headline speeds for prolonged periods often requires a CPU cooler that can shift significant amounts of heat.
Picking the right cooler can help maintain optimum performance levels and the decision-making process tends to revolve around whether to opt for an air or liquid solution. There are pros and cons on both sides of the fence. Air, in our estimation, tends to be quieter and simpler, but liquid setups can be more elaborate and easier on the eye.
For this week's question, we want to know which you prefer by asking: will your next PC be air- or liquid-cooled? Let us know your reasons for or against, and if you're contemplating changing from one to the other, we'd be intrigued to learn why.