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Hi. this will be my first time building a pc and I'm a little stuck on the processor cooler, i don't want to get a water cooled system as i find them a bit risky however I need advice on what fan cooler would be adequate and fit into my case without blocking any other slots. I'm going to be getting a ryzen 7 5800x but im not sure which fan would be sufficient, The motherboard I am using is a Asus ROG STRIX B550-F GAMING ATX AM4 Motherboard in a Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic ATX Full Tower Case, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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AIO water coolers aren't risky at all dude they're completely sealed units so no chance of leakage, you only start to run a risk when doing self built water cooling so don't write off AIO's if they're within your price range is all I'll say

As far as air cooling is concerned anything from 'Be Quiet!' or 'Cooler master' are usually good places to start, check out Pc Part Picker, input your system components and it'll give you a list of compatible coolers

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100% recommend going with water cooling. I've had my PC for 3 years now and never had any issue whatsoever.
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