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?Cooling needed for - overclocked 5930k, Titan x sli

What sort of cooling would I require as a minimum to safely have an overclocked 5930k (@ 4.5GHZ or as high as possible) as well as 2x titan x (sli), also overclocked if possible
Would corsairs hydro cooling (h110) be sufficient? Would good aftermarket air cooling be sufficient (if I didn't care about sound of fans), and if so what is a good example of a sufficient fan system?
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  1. Case?
  2. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    Case?


    Sorry, I forgot to mention, case is Corsair 900D
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    why do you need two titan x? anyway.. both are very useful, i have water cooling open loop for my card and cpu, i get very good temps, but if you have overclocked it, water cooling is your best option to be on the safe side. have a look at the EK products for cooling, it's a very good and well known brand!
    http://www.ekwb.com
  4. Jamiem222 said:
    why do you need two titan x? anyway.. both are very useful, i have water cooling open loop for my card and cpu, i get very good temps, but if you have overclocked it, water cooling is your best option to be on the safe side. have a look at the EK products for cooling, it's a very good and well known brand!
    http://www.ekwb.com


    Thanks for your advice. I am going with water cooling. I am in Australia btw, not sure if ekwb ship here.
    I am going for two titans because I am planning on gaming in 4K on ultra settings wherever possible. If I was to go for a single titan , I might as well go for 980 sli instead since it gets much higher FPS (but still not enough), but Titan x sli gets even higher FPS with the added advantage of no VRAM limitation.
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