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H100i vs H110 vs Dark Rock Pro c1

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Hello there!
Actually im using in my ring air cooling - Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro c1 (3770k @ 4,5GHz 1,29V) and temperatures in stress are about 72-74 C in benchmark.
Now im think about buying any water cooling - i read some reviews of H100i and H110 and people says that H110 is better because have bigger fans and cooler.
But i don't that change Air to one of this water cooling set will improve temperatures.
What do you think?
Edited by Szarky - 3/17/14 at 1:48pm
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Windows 10 Pro 2x Dell U2715H Roccat Isku Evga SuperNova Nex-750 
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the improvement is not gonna be big, maybe 5 degrees at best. you can check linustechtips on youtube they made a video about aios vs heatsinks i believe. Considering the aio coolers can go up to 100e at least in here, its not worth it
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