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Old April 24, 2011, 11:40 PM
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Are you looking for OC headroom, a quiet system or both?

With 2 GPUs and a CPU, you need more than a 360 rad. You can use a 360 rad, but there wont be a big difference compared to running on air. And if you want to use a 360 and a 240 rad, or a (2) 360 rads - it wont fit on the 800D without any modifications.

As for money is no object - really mean that. Cause it $$$$.

As for EK Supreme HF, theyre great CPU block. Not sure if they require to switch mounting brackets for the 1155. If they do, they are A PAIN to switch, just to let you know.

As for fans, im using 3 xigmatek fans on push on my swiffy rad and it gives me a good load temp. But some people have used Gelids, Gentle Typhoon for fans.

Stock fans on the 800D are crap. Ive used 3 xigmatek fans as intake and it moves a lot of air and keeps my case cool. No personal experience with Noctua's, but ive heard they are great as well.
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Gaming Rig:

-Swiffy MCP35x X2 & 240 Rad, (2) 480 EX XSPC Rad, Heatkiller rev. 3.0, i7 3930k @ 4.7 Ghz, 16 GB G.SKILL F3, Asus Rampage IV Extreme, XFX R9 290 w/ XPSC WB, Crucial M4 128GB & 240 GB Intel 530, (5) 3 TB Toshiba Drive, Corsair AX1200, Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit

HTPC Rig:

-AMD 1100T, Gigabyte UD5, 16 GB G.Skill RAM, Asus 650ti Boost, 500 GB WD Black, (5) 2 TB WD Green, (1) 3 TB Toshiba HD, (1) 2 TB Samsung F4, Fractal Design R3, Antec 650 watt PS, Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit
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