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Definitely wouldn't make sense in SLI / Crossfire. Two rads, two pumps, two loops...Neat idea though for those who use one of Corsair or Antec's liquid cooling units for the CPU and don't want to have the risks associated with a custom loop.
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It is evident that The Mod has better core cooling, but how important is the added VRAM cooling on the accelero hybrid? (Assuming no more than a modest overclock)
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1TB Samsung HD103SJ 7200RPM OCZ 60GB Agility 3 CM Hyper 212+ Windows 7 64 Bit 
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