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How and Should I install liquid cooling for my 660ti

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So I've been considering switching to liquid cooling for my GTX 660 ti which, in it's current state runs hot and wines loudly even on normal clock speed.

While not yet ready to attempt "The Mod" I am more than willing to try out the Arctic Accelero Hybrid Which seems to be a nice premade solution for this. However I have heard people having problems getting the additional cover to cool ram as well as CPU.

I've also noticed another option, the Accelero Xtreme III, which seems to have superior cooling support (albeit if being a bit tall). However I'm not so sure as its Air cooling and with the onset of summer I'll be facing down ambient room temperatures of 30c and higher.

Finally I'm a we bit worried about the install as I already have a liquid CPU cooler taking up the back slot on my case and only really have a side mount open for install of this cooler and am unsure about weather or not reversing this fan would have undesired side effects on my overall case cooling (I use an Antec 300 )

Any and all advice is welcome
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Look no further than the Arctic Accelero Mono Plus.
The perfect solution for reference 660's and 670's.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1278661/arctic-accelero-mono-plus-on-670-reference/0_30
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