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  1. kylzer

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    I was thinking about

    1 x Thermochill PA120.3
    1 x Laing DDC 18w with XSPC Reservoir Top
    Masterkleer 7/16" Tubing (6 feet)
    1 x Watercool Heatkiller Rev 3 Copper CPU Block
    3 x Yate Loon D12SH-12

    I know this is a stupid question but i want at least 20-30c lower load temps than my i7 with megahalem and two 1200RPM noctuas

    would this set up do this for me?

    my temps usually go like this

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    thanks :)
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    Yes, but pay the extra to get some quality fans. YL-H's will drive you mad.
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    if you like good performance silent, geht you enermax magma fans
    the loons will crush your nerves^^
    otherwise, only a mo-ra2 pro can only better the set of your choice. the heatkiller is pretty nice,it loves low water temperatures;)

    i believe 20-30 degrees are realistic (how is your ambient?)
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    Binge Overclocking Surrealism

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    Gentle Typhoons are still the best IMO, but that's just my opinion.
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    My Ambient (the sensor is in my case) is 21.5-22c.

    outside my case is about 23c
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    should be fine ;-)
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    Ok so would it be closer to 20 or 30 ?
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    Would what be closer to 20 or 30?
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    Load temps :)

    20 - 30c lower @ 4ghz
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    20 are sure, and 30 are realistic.
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    if your load temp is 90 on air then with water it would most likely be 58-70C
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    Ok thanks guys :)
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    have fun with the hk,its a really nice block ;-)

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