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A 360 + a 240 should have more than enough cooling capacity. If you plan on water cooling everything (VRM's, NB, SB etc) those two rads would definitely get the job done. The only thing you need now is a good clocking 83xx chip. thumb.gif
post #22 of 22
Thanks for this thread. I have a similar setup but am thinking about doing a custom wc loop as we'll but can't really figure out what parts to get. I have an fx 8350 and two hd7850s on the 990fxa ud3. I have fans all over the case. One on the side panel and one right in front of the gpus to cool and I get highs on one card at 70c and the other 60c at full fur mark load. I use all those 120mm fans so loud gpu fans don't blow at full because they are noisy. Which gpu block did u go for?
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