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I agree. Don't waste money for a block for a low end card. Save your money and put a block on a better card. Just my .02. And the RX360, is a pretty good kit too. Change out the tubing for some Primochill. And get a killcoil, or PT Nuke. Or just use fish aquarium algae stopper from Wal-Mart like I do. Use distilled water no matter which way you go. No dyes.

Oh. AND in my opinion, assemble it all in your computer and leak test it there. I don't how many times I see people that assemble it like on their counter, then disassemble it and put it in their case and reassemble it. Makes no sense. Only way to leak test out of the case is if you don't have to disassemble it to put it back in.

AND HAVE FUN!

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yeah i wasnt gonna wc the 450 now.. its pretty quite as it is and only like 50 degrees 24/7..
my 460 is like 80 24/7 which is still safe.. but its the EE so the blower fan is pretty dam loud lol.. when i sleep about 2 meters away from it
2600k is only like 60 - 70 depending... which is still safe yeh? lol
    
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Your temps are all good lol, the i7 can do up to 98C safe on core temps...I like 85C and under personally and the gpu's can tale 105C, I like 95 C or under as well.
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