...and am wondering what to do about cooling. Currently have everything at stock clock speeds, and stock air cooling, but I've seen the temps on these guys climb up over 80 degrees already. Having them in tri-sli doesn't really give them much breathing room. I plan on going with liquid cooling, but other than my Corsair H50, I'm not very experienced with it. From the info I have gotten, I'm thinking about doing 3 separate loops (1 for each GPU) with a 120.3 rad on each. Is that overkill maybe? Also, if I do go with the three loops, am I going to need a separate pump for each loop, or can I get away with a single good, reliable pump, say something like: -->RES-->PUMP-->GPU1-->RAD1-->GPU2-->RAD2-->GPU3-->RAD3-->RES Also, any idea how dangerous it is to be running them with air cooling like they are now? I've been leaving the case cover off, and positioning a fan to blow directly on them for now. Is that a little risky? Here's a picture of my rig atm. It's not finished yet as I'm currently shopping for a new case.