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Originally Posted by Boyboyd;13866396 
You can get to maybe 4.2GHz on the stock cooler, but it really is a terrible cooler.

Ah ok, thanks for replying, it really was meant as a question, I had seen so many people stating they had hit such speeds with stock coolers I just assumed that ran that cool.
     
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Originally Posted by Pao;13866381 
I was under the impression these did speeds like that on the stock cooler if desired. Why would he even have to consider a 360 for such an application?

Edit: Is all this going into your Element G? Size and mounting are considerations if so also.

No its going into a 650d
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Nah, they must be over-exaggerating.
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Originally Posted by IIMaxII;13866489 
No its going into a 650d

You will probably need to do some configuring to get it all neat and clean, and I dont see a 480 rad fitting inside that case.

You could probably put a top mount 360 if you dont use the top two drive bays.

I have a 240 top mounted in my HAF 932, and to be hones a 360 would be tight and a 480 would not fit.

Also a 2 rad setup would be tough to do internally...

If your somewhat inventive and dont mind exterior mounting go for it. But otherwise I would either look into a bigger case, or doing a single loop for CPU or GPU only...

But that just my opinion...
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