EDIT: The Short-List at the moment- Noctua's D14 (since it comes with fans and is top notch) (My memory prevents it from fitting) CoolIT Domino ALC or Eco ALC in Push-Pull, or Corsair H50 in Push-Pull. So I'm upgrading finally and buttoning up all the components. I don't need a cooler but I have the opportunity to seal up my "future proof" rig with a cooler that'll last me! I'm looking for something that'll cool Thubans in the future and take overclock punishment. Right now is not what I'm worried about because I'm only going to be using an AII X4 630 (snagged it for $63, PIB even!) and even overclocked it won't put out much heat. So I was originally going for an Corsair H50, but then I stumbled across the Domino ALC (off Frosty Tech's comparison list) which beat the H50 by some 3C. Then there is apparently the ECO ALC which is supposed to be better than the Domino, so I researched THAT! Well I started reading some things and a few bits I wasn't too big on with the ALC Units, the plastic barbs (that are reported to break) and the ball-joint swivel at the rad isn't something I'm thrilled about. So CoolIT is sort of out of the running and Corsair is back in. I've found the Corsair used right now for $60 shipped, the ALC's would run mid $70 shipped but I was going to make the exception. I've got my eyes on a Tuniq Tower 120 and Xigmatek HDT-S1283, but the latter was just something I was going to get to do better than stock and if it goes cheap will pick up anyways. Though I'm not sure what I want to do... My biggest con with these high end air setups is their massive size and weight... I just don't find them all that attractive heh So really I guess I'm wondering: Will one of those 2 water kits work for OCs and 6core? Or would it just end up being a wiser move to go with a big ass cooler, and if so what is recommended? I mean I know what is on the top of the Frosty Tech list, but that isn't what I'd call "user" results :\ Thanks!