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Hey guys, i wanted to keep my gaming rig as an air cooled unit. Im running a NH-d14 currently and temps seem pretty good for my daily 4.8ghz oc. Im using 1.380Vcore and temps peak around 75c under full 100% load. I have recently added twin GTX580's in SLI and they both seem to run pretty toasty. Both get to around 75-76c during a gaming session. Although i still have the fans set to auto on the gpu's 40%.

Should i water cool this setup including the cpu/gpu's. I have been able to get the CPU to 5.0ghz at 1.44V and the temps get to around 88-90c during stress testing. I know this chip would be able to clock higher than 5 maybe around 5.2 or 5.3 with some extra cooling.

I have looked at the RASA 360 kit. It seems fairly priced for what you get, but i know to cool the cpu and gpus i would need an extra rad. What would i need. I 360 plus a 240??

Cheers guys..
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AMD FX-8350 Black MSI 990FXA-GD80 Asus HD7950 Kingston Hyper X  
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Corsair H100 Corsair 600T  
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get the rasa 240 kit and an additional 240 rad.
build loop in this order
res>CPU>rad>GPU1>GPU2>rad>res
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