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Good Water cooling set up for 2600k?

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I am new to water cooling and wanted to know generally how
Much I will have to spend to make it worth water-cooling over air to cool a 2600k.

Thanks
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i7-2600k Biostar TP67XE EVGA GTX 560ti 4GB G-Skill Ripjaws 1600 
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i7-2600k Biostar TP67XE EVGA GTX 560ti 4GB G-Skill Ripjaws 1600 
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Windows 7 Ultimate Corsair TX650 
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If you're just doing cpu you can pick up a rasa kit.
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If you're going to just cool the cpu, I would suggest buying the kit mentioned above using the RX240 rad. If you plan to watercool your GPU, then you should upgrade to the RX360 rad.
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i7 930 OC 4.0 GHZ @ 1.32V - XSPC Waterblock Gigabyte X58 - UD3R, Rev 2.0 Gigabyte GTX 470-Koolance Water Block Asus GTX 470-Koolance Water Block 
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16GB Mushkin 1600 Kingston 128 GB SSD/WD 1TB SATA III Asus 24X Windows 7 Premium - 64 bit 
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23" ASUS 120Hz (Nvidia 3D); 26" Samsung SyncMaster Razer X7 900W 80 Plus Silver Certified AZZA Full Tower 
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i7 930 OC 4.0 GHZ @ 1.32V - XSPC Waterblock Gigabyte X58 - UD3R, Rev 2.0 Gigabyte GTX 470-Koolance Water Block Asus GTX 470-Koolance Water Block 
RAMHard DriveOptical DriveOS
16GB Mushkin 1600 Kingston 128 GB SSD/WD 1TB SATA III Asus 24X Windows 7 Premium - 64 bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
23" ASUS 120Hz (Nvidia 3D); 26" Samsung SyncMaster Razer X7 900W 80 Plus Silver Certified AZZA Full Tower 
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Razer Death Adder Logitech 2.1 Setup 
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