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by just adding a 120 single with my 120.2 thermochill. will it cool my mb and gpu and cpu awsome?
Those 88's run pretty hot don't they? And is that one of the hot running quads or a cooler one? If it was me since you have a hot GPU that you want to add I would go ahead and get the PA....Depending on what fans you have on it a Swifty 120 might not even cool off your GPU well enough....Now that little heater-core would and it might be enough for your mobo to...I'd use HSF's on the NB and SB if you can just to avoid extra restriction and heat dump.And a lot depends on how much your OC'ing it all to, mild clocks wont need as much cooling as high OC's will....Your always better off to have more rad then you think you will need, it helps ot keep temps form spiking as badly to...

Are you getting really good temp's with just the PA now or just so-so...If its just so-so the little Swifty most likely wont be enough, if you still have some cooling head room on your PA it might...
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my temps now are

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Hey if those are load temp's your doing great......Looks like the GPU's HSF is doing pretty well to..You know by buying the Swifty rad you will be taking a gamble with your temp's and with the PA you should be fine..

So I would put it this way, the PA looks like it would be a sure thing and the Swifty would be a gamble...So if you feel like gambling grab a Swifty and try it and see...Thats what I would probably do... Either that or just sell the PA.2 and buy a PA.3 or a 360GTX to replace it so you know you will be covered....
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i rather just buy the single then the triple. go through all that hastle of selling my rad. then i can put the single in my case hope fully. next to the back fan.
    
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i rather just buy the single then the triple. go through all that hastle of selling my rad. then i can put the single in my case hope fully. next to the back fan.
I don't blame you at all its just a hassle...Thats why I always try to get guys to buy a little bigger rad then they need right then in case they decide to add something later on, and having it a little over radded will help with temp spikes to...
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for sure. ya ill think about getting the 120 single. but if you thihnk about it. wouldn't you get a better temp wise by having two separate rads? it kinda makes more sense if ya think about it.
    
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Not really, you just have extra barbs and tubing to run 2 rads...Some guys do like to stick a second rad after the CPU and before the GPU...I like to run my rad right before the CPU and I would rather get the coolest water I can get to it first...But like a lot of this stuff its just personal preference...There are a few basic things that you should do and the rest is just working with it to get your temp's optimized for you...Thats why I like it so much there is always something to alter to see if you can get an extra C or two......Its a lot of fun...
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lol for sure. ya mine to from res>rad>cpu>res
    
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these should fit on the thermochill 120.1 right

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these should fit on the thermochill 120.1 right

http://www.jab-tech.com/EK-Waterbloc...8-pr-4084.html
Those are fine...I like the o-ring capture that they have, the rings will deform right...
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