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If you're asking if it is worth it to buy a Zalman resorvator 1 plus, than no. Not to mention they're kind of old
 

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Remember: as a rule of thumb, Zalman fails

Usually, pre-made kits aren't good at all. They aren't going to perform very well, and they aren't always of the highest quality (i.e., thermaltake, coolit kits)

Your usually better going with a good solid air cooler

If you really do want to go water, its best if you have a pre-configured loop.
 

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No, a Reserator will not be able to cool your rig. If you must go pre-made watercooling you could buy a pre-made kit from Swiftech.
 

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If you're trying to cool only the 920, and doing mild overclocking the Reserator 1 v2 will be okay. It is now bundled with i7 cpu block. There are some buyer reviews on Newegg used the Reserator 1 v2 to cool a 4870 X2 (250+ watts card).
 
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