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my case has 3 120 mm fans is that good? one has 79 cfm and my processor fan has 100 cfm thats allot?


and i can afford water cooling. i want a good change. like a overall good overclock
3 120s?! pshh blow me away
what are your temps with that?
and how loud is it? lol

i just bought a kit today for watercoling cuz im gonna keep it in my room and it needs to be quiet and im gonna overclock probably too much and I need to keep it cool

plus the tubes just look cool
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A computer will fail even if its not overclocked if its 100 years old. So I hope that was just a saying
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Originally Posted by Dcstegg228
my case has 3 120 mm fans is that good? one has 79 cfm and my processor fan has 100 cfm thats allot?


and i can afford water cooling. i want a good change. like a overall good overclock
Decent water cooling will cost between $200.00 to $300.00, then its only a little better than good air cooling.
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3 120s?! pshh blow me away
what are your temps with that?
and how loud is it? lol

i just bought a kit today for watercoling cuz im gonna keep it in my room and it needs to be quiet and im gonna overclock probably too much and I need to keep it cool

plus the tubes just look cool
its like 30 db each fan. but i dont care. so is that good enough tho?
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its like 30 db each fan. but i dont care. so is that good enough tho?
should be fine
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