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Will going from a small radiator cooling system upgrade to a biger longer radiator help with keeping the pc + room cool when the room is 85F?

I’m looking to build a new pc for gaming but my room is usually in the mid 80’s in the days of summer and around 70-80F in the winter unless we get 2 days of below 74F outside but I can keep it whatever temperature I need it durring the afternoons/nights. I’m planning to build a ryzen 2700 rig and would like to know if watercoolong is even the way to go or to get an air cooler and will a larger radiator help keep the cpu and my room not unbearably hot? I also worry that if it’s a closed loop system cooler, will or how fast will the water evaporate. My budget for the cooler is not too low but not too high either at $75-$120 at the most with maybe an extra $10 if its worth it. Or are there any cheap solotion that do not require an expensive for me A/C system that i can use? Hopefully I am not forced to use the pc only in the afternoons becausethe base temperature of my room is so high and will only increase with the pc actually on. I have looked into fans to get better airflow in the room but even the air from outside is warm and adds more dust to block air in the system. Would a good cheap fan system in the room at least try keeping it the temp lower as its trying to keep the room a base temp?

Thank you for your time c:

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