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So what do you guys think is the best closed water cooling for cpu'sright now using the noctua-nh-d14 on my systembut thinking of going to a closed loop water cooling.like theNZXT kraken x60 or 61Corsair Cooling Hydro Series H110IGTetc

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You will have to tell me the results of your X61, how that performs in your system.There are so many choices, been reading reviews all weekend. Yes I have exciting life.. lolprices are from $139 and up I see.Have not seen any used one for sale yet.

also to add the Enermax Liqtech 240or the coolermaster my head getting sore lol

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That looks interesting Cooler Master Glacer 240L Ver. 2 , So many out there hard to choose, was going to get the NZXT Kraken 60, but now not to sure.If I had the cash I would buy like 10 of them and do some testing see which preforms the best.Post some results on here..

Nice to see you HiTi on here

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