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to get any results worth the increase in the electricity bill, like duckie said slap the 320w straight on the cpu
BUT
if you really want to do this id try the 4x or 2x 110Ws. a 320W is too much to air cool and get good results. at least with multiple 110w you would have more area to cool on the hot sides which is the key when air cooling them. I did try cooling my water loop with a 110W on top-air and it took it down 3C, which isnt worth it really, but 2,3 or 4 of these would do a good job. but then youll prob get condensation all over the place taking the loop temp below ambient + ambient will raise alot with all those pelts im encouraging experiaments all the way but the most efficient way to do it is direct pelt to chip...GL
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Q6600 G0 @ 3.6 Asus Maximus Formula XFX 8800GT & 8500gt (for tri Screen) 2x 2GB OCZ 1000Mhz Reaper X 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Velociraptor, 1TB Spinpoint, 500GB WD... NEC SATA DVD RW Vista Ultimate 64 & 32XP 32" Samsung, 22" ASUS +15" 
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Antec Dual 1200W Antec P190 
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