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hey, so i decided to build another pc with some leftover parts i had and was wondering if a triple 120mm radiator would be enough to cool a 2500K and a gtx 285? and get good temps.
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Yes, that would cool pretty good.
    
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I am running a 2500K with a 580 in one loop using a single 360 Rad. You are perfectly fine. thumb.gif
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I am running a 2500K with a 580 in one loop using a single 360 Rad. You are perfectly fine. thumb.gif

what are your temps? and what is your 2500k oc at?... cause the gtx 285 produces alot more heat than a 580 lol
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You should be fine, I was running a i7 920@4ghz with a GTX285 on a 360 rad and my temps were good.
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what are your temps? and what is your 2500k oc at?... cause the gtx 285 produces alot more heat than a 580 lol

What?, the GTX 580 puts out more heat than a GTX 285:

http://www.geeks3d.com/20090618/graphics-cards-thermal-design-power-tdp-database/

Watercooling rule is 120mm of rad per component at the very least. You'll be also adding another 120mm of rad space into the loop, so this will help temps a lot more.
    
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My 580 never reaches 55C and CPU never reaches 50C. It's clocked at 4.5 24/7 with 1.3VCore.

Edit: 580 is clocked at 900 24/7 as well at 1.08
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