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Overclocked i7 need better cooling.


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Haha yea... I like to do extensive research and only get the best. I have the money to spend I just don't want to throw it around if its not gonna perform really well.
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I think I'm gonna go with the v10 because it looks like it does a great job and it also cools the RAM since I also have that overclocked.
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I think I'm gonna go with the v10 because it looks like it does a great job and it also cools the RAM since I also have that overclocked.


Gosh, about time :) I think you will be happy with the results. They can't be much worse :)

Good Luck :)
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Haha Thanks
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