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Hey guys , currently I have an Exos koolance liquid cooling , all my specs are below....

at max temp running my cpu @ 3.2ghz (1.4125V core) it goes to 55C , but the water cooling unit is on full blast , soo it makes a bit of a noise (its on auto , when the water goes over 35c , the fans go to max).....

if I had to get anather water cooling kit , could i just link them together???...that way it would be double the cooling power on the water???

thanks for the help...

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post #2 of 4
Another cooling kit for what exactly?
To augment your current CPU cooling system...No, that would be a replacement system in my eyes.
To cool additional components such as GPU, NB, etc...Ok but as a wise band once said it's better to "keep'em separated"
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I think getting a new setup lower noise and more power cooling.
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Definitely replace that system if you have extra cash. If you build a custom one you will be rewarded. Get a 360 rad and you can keep it extremely quiet too (ability to use lower speed fans), especially if you use shrouds. Plus it will be better at cooling.
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