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I'd vote for the H80. So much more with WC that you can do and you can upgrade later on.

how about the h100? do you think that would be a better choice over the h80? im guessing yes but i just figured id ask anyways. i did also look at your kit for water cooling u have in your computer would u prefer u kit over the h80/100?
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I'd vote for the H80. So much more with WC that you can do and you can upgrade later on.

how about the h100? do you think that would be a better choice over the h80? im guessing yes but i just figured id ask anyways. i did also look at your kit for water cooling u have in your computer would u prefer u kit over the h80/100?

If you can fit it, then yes smile.gif If you decide to get a GPU block then I'd go with the H100 but for only the CPU an H80 will be just fine.

EDIT: Yes I would (forgot to answer your last question) but like I said only if you can fit it. smile.gif
     
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how about the h100? do you think that would be a better choice over the h80? im guessing yes but i just figured id ask anyways. i did also look at your kit for water cooling u have in your computer would u prefer u kit over the h80/100?

NNNOOOOO H100 is ridiculously loud.
    
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post #14 of 20
If you want to cool the gpu as well as the cpu, I'd recommend a Custom Water loop.
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post #15 of 20
Custom loop for GPU and CPU. The water cooling bug will bite so dont waste money on H100 or H80... go custom
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post #16 of 20
Those temps of cpu are normal however if you want lower temp get yourself Coolermaster Hyper 212 plus for cpu and Accelero cooler for gpu(they are very compatible) and of course termal paste.
However take note Accelero coolers take up 1 to 2 PCI slots and can only be done in a big case or ultra.
post #17 of 20
Forget about water cooling for now it is under developed as 3d.But if You plan on using liquid cooling go with Methanol,vegetable oil,mineral oil or distilled water.Methanol is the best as it has extreme low viscosity so water goes more smoothly through the pump increasing its lifespan.
post #18 of 20
I forgot to add CM H50 is a very good cooler.But as marthinal said i you got mad skillz it is far more better to go custom.
Here is a litle guide http://gizmodo.com/5507384/build-a-kick+ass-liquid-cooling-system-in-6-simple-steps
and a tutorial http://www.metacafe.com/watch/682496/how_to_make_your_own_water_cooling_for_your_pc/
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how about the h100? do you think that would be a better choice over the h80? im guessing yes but i just figured id ask anyways. i did also look at your kit for water cooling u have in your computer would u prefer u kit over the h80/100?

if you can affort the H100, and have the space, then go for it. Apparently the stock fans can get quite loud so you might want to swap them, but if you're going to play games, generally the game noise would drown it out, so sound doesn't matter too much.
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post #20 of 20
Making your own cooler is not that hard and twice as cheper just vatch a video from this guy it is 5 years old but those are the best and most informative.
http://www.metacafe.com/watch/682496/how_to_make_your_own_water_cooling_for_your_pc/

To Moderator sorry for many posts i just learned how to edit wont happen again.
Edited by Ikarus01 - 4/20/12 at 1:22pm
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