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I think it's time to go water!

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I think that I've decided to purchase the petra's coolkit sli elite as soon as it is back in stock.http://www.petrastechshop.com/pecosliel.html

I generally stay away from kits, but that one really seems to be exactly what I want at significant savings- I'd buy 95% the same stuff anyway.

It looks like I'm gonna need a reservoir- any suggestions? I'm thinking about the iandh ram/mosfet sinks http://www.petrastechshop.com/cu88cokitbyi.html PRETTY!

I'm also thinking about putting a second radiator (2x120) in the top of my cooler master 690- I have cut out space for 2 fans under the top mesh, so I THINK there will be space. Ya'll think the pump will be ok for 3 blocks and 2 radiators?

Suggestions appreciated-
Mark
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