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Just got done reading the whole thread and saw your newest post so I'll chime in on your watercooling wants/concerns.

Basically, for you, I think the new Swiftech H220 would be perfect - Swiftech is a great brand when it comes to watercooling and this is one of their newer products based off of a great pump/cpu block combo (which was the Apogee Drive II).

Here is a link to it: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/18290/ex-wat-242/Swiftech_H220_Compact_Drive_II_Plug-and-Play_Liquid_Cooling_System.html

It's just as simple to install as say a CLC such as the Corsair H100i but it's different in that you can easily disconnect a hose and attached some new fittings hoses etc. to a GPU watercooling block that you decide to get in the future.

The H220 also comes with a PWM splitter for extra fans that can all then be relayed into your motherboard for PWM control off of one port - this is great for anyone looking to keep wiring simple and not using a spaghetti wire filled fan controller in a 5.25 bay.

The pump on the H220 is very strong and will definitely be able to push liquid through even two GPU blocks if you decide to CrossFire/SLI in the future.

Also, how about you take some pictures of the goodies you have received biggrin.gif
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