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I mean a reservior, you didn't list one, so I thought that maybe a reservior would help. But, yeah, I see what you mean.
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That is 120x120x38. If anything, 2x14dBA 72CFM SilentXfans for the radiator and a nice pump with an external radiator that mounts on the back of the case. Oh, and I'm willing to spend $300-450.

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yeah i know the first link was 120x38mm but I tend to like them because they are more efficient. If you decide to mount he rad on top the extra 13mm for better fans for the same price is worth it imo.

just my personal tast is I don't like the chrome those particular ones are in..


LOL I got the slightly shorter version of that reservoir in my pc right now and let me tell ya, it looks cool, feel cool to the touch and its machined with great quality, but I really hardly notice a difference in my temps with it. heres a pic of my res...
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I mean a reservior, you didn't list one, so I thought that maybe a reservior would help. But, yeah, I see what you mean.
I had a T-line. It replaces a res.

I'm just trying to warn you because I have waisted LOTS of money on crap that didn't pan out to be as good as was stated.
    
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I had a T-line. It replaces a res.

I'm just trying to warn you because I have waisted LOTS of money on crap that didn't pan out to be as good as was stated.

Ain't we all....That's a great rig Snerp listed out for you...It would serve you well for many years...
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