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I wouldn't expect miracles with a WC setup. It should certainly be quiter, but most benches I've seen show a good WC setup just barely beats out a high-end air setup. If you put the pump-cpu-nb-gpu-rad in that order in a loop, that would seem to be most beneficial in my opinion. I would expect the biggest benefit to come to your gpu temps, but for the cpu and nb if you get more than a 2-3 celsius drop in temp I'd be surprised.
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Personally I'd do away with the NB block. Get the HR-05 for the NB (unless your going SLI) as a NB block just adds restriction (less flow) and highers overall temps. If you were gonna put all 3 in one loop I'm not sure that Rad will handle it well, you'd probably barely beat out a TRUE's performance.
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