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ok good thats my exact goal 4.0 maybe 4.1 tops on my 1090t so im gonna stick with the h50 until i can afford to do a complete watercooling setup, would polishing the bottom of the copper plate to a mirror finish improve my cooling i hear they are fairly rough stock
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ok good thats my exact goal 4.0 maybe 4.1 tops on my 1090t so im gonna stick with the h50 until i can afford to do a complete watercooling setup, would polishing the bottom of the copper plate to a mirror finish improve my cooling i hear they are fairly rough stock
Good choice.

As for the RASA kit I mentioned, it's basically a bridge between closed loops like the H50/70 and full-on custom water loops. Best of both worlds.
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