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Originally Posted by Diplo View Post
ok, but 1800rpm isn't quiet at all.

i guess full wc loop is a for a quiet system.


so i think my only way to reduce temps is reducing oc, right?
Or by getting Gentle Typhoon 1450 or 1850
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post #12 of 12
i added a 120mm rad and a mobo waterblock to my xspc kit and it's all working great and lowered my temps 2c over just having the original kit.
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