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amps on the 12v rail? but the 350 should be fine,
im running my whole rig on one at the moment

that waterblock is expensive, but it would be worth it, it might, and prolly will REALLY heat up your loop though.
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I am thinking that the 80 watt tec provided still will not do the job for your vid card. If you can manage to squeeze a higher powered tec in there then you might be OK. I am unsure as to how much a 7800GTX GPU puts out but surely it is a fair bit and maybe very close to the amount a CPU. If we can find out how much in watts a GTX GPU outputs then we can get some sort of an idea as to what sort of set-up will be needed. I have tried to pelt cool my x800xl with a baby 50 watter and that was just a joke. After you under volt the 80 Watt TEC for effeciency then it wouldn't be pumping much more than say 30- 50 watts and that is not even close to being enough. Considering a 3200+ at atandard speeds is outputting around the 100 watt mark. (A very average figure indeed) How far are you willing to push the GPU, volt mods? What temps are you looking for, are you willing to do all of the nescessary condensation proofing. How good is your water cooling rig, it will have to be up to scratch to cope with a good peltier cooled set-up.
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If you want to go through all of the work, you might be able to fit a 172w pelter in there. You'll have to find one the same size, but I think they're out there.

It may not get you very far, since you're limited by voltage. If you're willing to do volt mods, and risk frying the voltage regulators on your card, go for it. However, that'd be a pretty expensive experiment if something went wrong.
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