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Dual 92mm rad enough for i7 2600k?

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So, I've backed myself into a corner case-wise on my first build. Rookie mistake, I know, but I'm a rookie
(If you must know why, check my old thread here :

"http://www.overclock.net/intel-gener...ld-doable.html)

To make a long story short, I'm weighing my cooling options on a new i7 2600k (slightly overclocked, nothing insane) build that can't fit a top performing air cooler. I know there are a bunch of different ones out there but, in your opinion, is there any dual (or triple, though I haven't seen one) 92mm fan radiator that would be worth using instead of top down air, or should I just save the custom water for the next project I am sure to do?
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AFAIK the only dual 92mm rad is the one by Hardware Labs. It's easily "enough," if you don't require especially low temperatures. Here's a guy that put both his OC'd quad core and GTX 295 on one.
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Thanks for the help. I guess it's time to hit the old drawing board and come up with some case mod ideas.
Yoarashi Γamma
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i7-2600k GA-P67A-UD5-B3 Sapphire HD 6870 4GB G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series DDR3 
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Crucial RealSSD 64GB, WD Caviar Black 1TB LG Black 10X Blu-ray Burner Windows 7 64 bit Samsung 36 inch HDTV 
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Seasonic X-850 Thermaltake DH-101 (modding in progress) 
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Crucial RealSSD 64GB, WD Caviar Black 1TB LG Black 10X Blu-ray Burner Windows 7 64 bit Samsung 36 inch HDTV 
PowerCase
Seasonic X-850 Thermaltake DH-101 (modding in progress) 
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You'll be fine as long as you put some half decent fans on it.

Personally I would get the XSPC RS360 kit and mount the radiator out the back of the case. Throw the GPUs into the loop as well, slap some gentle typhoons on the radiator and get 50C load across the board while having a VERY quiet setup.
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