After getting water cooling, I was expecting decent temperatures with my i7. At stock, they run around 30C, which is what I consider good, and 50C load, which I consider amazing. But when I had it overclocked to 4.2 Ghz, I couldn't get my memory stable until I had a high voltage, and my temps under load were getting up to 75C, and 40C idle. Maybe these temps are not very high, but I'm not sure. I haven't got a firm answer from anybody. Anyway, I think running the risk of being that high is ridiculous. So, my question is... Should I just crunch/fold @ stock (2.66 Ghz), never going above 50C, or is the heat not that bad sitting at 40C idle/75C load with overclock (4.00 Ghz)? Thanks!