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Is it even worth water cooling your ram lol?
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Corsair GT's have stock fan supplied with it. Probably with a reason
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Decent case airflow is usually enough to cool RAM that has heatspreaders. Under high voltages or low airflow + hot environments, some sort of fan or RAM cooler can keep temps in spec. Water cooling RAM is more of a "just cuz!" thing.
    
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IMO it's not worth to water cool RAM
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