Solved Aftermarket cooling Tags: Overclocking Cooling Components Product Last response: November 7, 2009 4:36 PM in Components Share Triton-00 November 7, 2009 3:49:52 PM i'm looking at doing some mid range overclocking on my corei5/p55/DDR3 1600 RAM/Core216 gtx260 SLI setup. i want to get some aftermarket cooling if it would increase the longevity of my components and be able to push them to higher clock speeds and overall perform better. does anybody have any reccomendations for me? is watercooling overpriced for what you get? is CPU/VGA/MoBo Chipset/Memory cooling much worth the money vs the stock coolers? More about : aftermarket cooling Best solution ulysses35 November 7, 2009 4:36:58 PM I would always recomend an after market HSF over the standard one supplied by intel. Not only are they more efficient but they are often much quieter too. Watercooling is fine if you dont mind the regular top ups required to the cooling loop - however the bigger worry is the chance of leaks. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumAftermarket cooling for GPU's ForumAftermarket Cooling Options ForumWill i need an aftermarket cooling system with this setup? ForumGPU aftermarket cooling ForumAftermarket cooling for non-ref card ForumHD 6950 aftermarket cooling ForumGTX 460/560 TI owners Thread aftermarket cooling ForumAfter-market cooling for ATI 6870? ForumIs it work getting an aftermarket cooling ForumAftermarket cooling fans that will not block CF for 5870 ForumAftermarket cooling for GTX 465 ForumAftermarket GPU cooling fan control help ForumPSU Help ForumTop vs. side flow cpu cooling ForumCooling needed ? ForumWater or Air cooling? Temps? ForumCooling system ¿What is better? Forum[CPUs] i7 Aftermarket Cooling - What to choose? ForumPSU/aftermarket cooling to maximize component lifespan ForumCan anyone answer these questions about CPU cooling? More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !