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ok i have been thinking about adding my 3850 to my loop along with a 120 rad for some extra cooling . would a mrc220 and ,im unsure of what 120 rad to add, would this be enough to cool everything?
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ok i have been thinking about adding my 3850 to my loop along with a 120 rad for some extra cooling . would a mrc220 and ,im unsure of what 120 rad to add, would this be enough to cool everything?
Yeah it should be OK with a good 120 rad...I'd get a Chevette HC, cheap as dirt and will cool better then any 120 rad...Chevette HC...I still have a couple and I wouldn't sell them at all, good stuff for cheap......DD has them for about the same $$$ to...
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