Origin PC unveiled the Cryo Core, which is designed to cool down its Genesis and Millennium gaming desktops. \n \nThe Cryo Core is described as a liquid cooling system for your motherboard mount. Simply put, it’s a peripheral heat-dissipation tech that is affixed behind the motherboard tray. \n \nFor the Genesis PC, there are four motherboard mounting locations that suit different setups and configurations. You can opt for the traditional ATX mount or an inverted ATX mount. You can also choose to install it on a 90-degree vertical mount. You can change things around as you add or take out from your build. \n \n \n \nThe boutique builder said the Cryo Core rechannels cooled liquid coming from the radiator to both the CPU and GPU. To make your build a conversation starter, you can switch the panels into the tempered glass. This way, you can really see the liquid cooling with the RGB lighting and the flow meter. \n \nAnother cooling solution is the Cryogenic Stage III, which is designed to optimize your components while preventing throttling. You can really abuse your CPU with this advanced liquid cooling technology that ensures optimum heat dissipation. The thick tubing looks heavy, but it’s actually really quiet even during peak performance. \n \nBoth the Cryo Core and the Cryogenic are liquid cooling solutions that are designed for performance and aesthetics. \n \nThe Cryo Core is going to fetch a starting price of under $350, which is not bad considering how cool it looks. \n \nFor comparison, the Corsair Hydro X cooling costs between $360 and $900. At the heart of the Corsair products are the XC7 and the XC9, which work to redistribute heat away from the CPU. It allows you to overclock without worrying too much about the temperature. The Hydro X system features a copper cold plate that is nickel plated for extra protection. \n \nHowever, if you are looking for high-quality liquid coolers for your PC, you can’t go wrong with AlphaCool Eisbaer 240. The best thing is that it’s pretty cheap. You can purchase one on Amazon for a little under $94. It runs directly from your BIOS, and by ditching the software, AlphaCool made things simple and effective. The only drawback is that there’s no RGB lighting. \n \nThere’s also the Thermaltake Water 3.0, which can be purchased at Amazon for just $139.99. The liquid cooler comes with RGB so good news for those who like their CPU with cool lights. It’s very quiet, so that’s doubly fortunate. \n \nThe Cryo Core is already available today. Head on to the Origin PC website.