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I currently have an h50 on a 2500k and a MCR320-QP on two GTX 470's and a p500 pump, I was thinking about adding the CPU to the loop by either adding a 240 in the bottom of my case or adding a 140mm rad in the back (800D), I have a budget of ~$300. Or on a completely different note I could get another 24" monitor to go with my HP w2408h, Or a Xonar STX to go with my HD555's moded to HD595...

Any help choosing?

Thanks,

-Pi
Edited by Apple Pi - 5/16/11 at 12:49am
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240.。。。。。。。。。。
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240mm rad gets my vote
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I've not really done much research into how people have done the 240 rad mod on the 800D, but it doesn't look like an easy mod.

It'd be awesome if you did do the 240 rad mod, but I think a 140 rad would be so much easier and I don't think you'll see that much difference.
    
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