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I've never seen it go over 45
    
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AMD FX 6100 ASUS Sabertooth 990FX MSI R7870 twin frozr 3 (on water) corsair vengeance 16gb 
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Phobya 200mm rad (intake) XSPC EX240mm (output) XSPC EX120mm (output) Windows 7 Home Premium 
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Hanns-g 26 inch monitor Synaps (generic secondary monitor) Microsoft ergonomic keyboard ULTRA X4 1200 watt PSU 
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Got my package today. The FC-680 GTX water block and the replacement acrylic CPU block top. I'll put the image of the "originally looking" block top here. This is what it should look like:

There is still a lines on the block top but they are hardly visible and they are completely clear and transparent!
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