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I currently have 2 gtx 580s and a 360 extreme rad(double thickness) and a mc655 pump in my loop. Would adding a cpu block for a i7 950 to the loop hurt my temps much? I ask because i currently have a h100 cooling the cpu but am considering adding it to the loop if it wont hurt the temps too much.

Any input for the ocn members would be awesome. Thanks guys...

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As long as you have decent fans on that thick of a rad, and have good airflow you should be fine.

If it bugs you that much though (more of per say a pet peeve) you could always just add in a 120m rad and put in your exhaust to add to the loop.

just my .02
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Depends what you consider good temps, but it should be fine. I'm running everything in my look off of a single thickness 360 and nothing in my loop ever goes higher than 50-54. That's folding 24/7 too to keep that in mind.
 
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Thanks guys, looks like il be adding my cpu the the loop soon.

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