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Looks good, I would avoid any nozzles in the fuzion though. Nozzles would add too much restriction, but it should do fine with a stock v1 or v2. You're biggest fight will be the heatload from the 8800GTXs, they are mega heat dumpers. Even with a GPU only loop, I still get more heat from my 8800 than my overclocked Q6600. With full coverage you get quite a bit more from the HSI and memory. I would at least run some good medium speed fans on those rads.
    
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Thanks to everyone for the input!

Martin, I am running 8800 GTS G92s in SLI and not GTX.

They produce significantly less heat so I am hoping I should be able to maintain some decent temps all around.

the 2 rads (PA 120.3 and MCR220) should be enough for an X3220 and 2 GTS G92s correct?
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PS - Fans are Yate Loon 12SH-12s from Petras.
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oh yeah,that's much lower heat and the fans will do fine!
    
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The X3220 is currently overclocked to 3.6Ghz and will stay there.

The 8800 GTS G92s are both volt-modded and will be running around 1.35-1.40vgpu depending on what I need to get them stable.

They should clock somewhere around 875-900 core, 1150-1200 mem, and unknown shader.

I assume both of my rads should still be good to handle the heat?

Thanks!
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What are you going to use for the southbridge DawgDoc. I saw this but not sure if it will fit. http://www.frozencpu.com/products/67...ink.html#blank
    
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What are you going to use for the southbridge DawgDoc. I saw this but not sure if it will fit. http://www.frozencpu.com/products/67...ink.html#blank
I like it!!!!

Its low profile, which is what I really need most. For the SB it doesnt need to be fancy or high end IMHO.

I like that suggestion. TYVM. Im going to mull over my final order list here for a day but that one looks like a keeper to me most likely

After looking at the heatpipe setupe, I think Im going to watercool the 1 mosfet that it covers as well but the southbridge is staying air hehe...
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I like it!!!!

Its low profile, which is what I really need most. For the SB it doesnt need to be fancy or high end IMHO.

I like that suggestion. TYVM. Im going to mull over my final order list here for a day but that one looks like a keeper to me most likely

After looking at the heatpipe setupe, I think Im going to watercool the 1 mosfet that it covers as well but the southbridge is staying air hehe...
I have the 750iFTW as well and am getting weird freezes in game. It just stops. I think its the NB as everything else seems to be good in the temps. So I have been trying to figure out what NB cooler to use. So you helped me as well.
    
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What game are you referring to?

If its AoC, it aint your computer
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What game are you referring to?

If its AoC, it aint your computer

Nope COD4. Just started after hitting 3.5 with a 10 multi. CPU and GPU are fine. Memory lasts all night with memttest. NB well she gets a little hot.
    
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