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Hey guys, thanks for the answers ...

I have already ordered the case - Cooler Master HAF X

Next time I will have some money to spend, I will invest into water cooling. When I was looking at the prices of the components, good water cooling should cost me around $500 I guess.
post #12 of 12
I just spent 300 bucks on cooling and only got 1 gpu block + back plate, 4 fans, 240 radiator + shipping ;-;

So yea 500$ should be fine. Raystorm kit + a gpu block is only like 300$-350$ give or take. When you get the funds for watercooling, just post a list in the watercooling section of stuff you plan to buy and we will be happy to help. thumb.gif
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