Intel core i7!! water cooling system!! need help!!

hey guys, i need a little help just wondering whether my psu could support water cooling system....
here are my specs

intel core i7 920 @ 2.66GHz overclocked to 3.6 GHz ( currently im using prolimatech megahalems rev.b) (temperature is around 58 c)
asus p6t motherboard
corsair xms3 tripple channel ram kit
crossfireX hd 5850....(planning to overclock it too)
coolermaster silent pro 700W
silverstone raven rv-01
altech lansing 4.1 speakers
razer deathadder
razer copperhead
razer tarantula

rite! by the way, what kind of brand should i use for the water cooling system.......(recommend pls~~~~~~~)
ur advice are kindly appreciated!! =)
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  1. Why bother with water cooling? You've already got the best cooling system out there. Water cooling won't make it much quieter or cooler, but will just cost you a boatload of money and create the possiblity of losing everything to a tiny leak...
  2. If you're going x58, today only newegg has a sale on the ASUS P6X58D MoBo, USB 3.0 hooray.

    ASUS P6X58D Premium LGA 1366 Intel X58 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard. $274.99 and free shipping with promo code EMCYZZX59. Obviously an increase in price from the P6T, but still, hell of a deal.
  3. I think the OP's already got the parts. If not, there are a few other things to change...
  4. MadAdmiral said:
    I think the OP's already got the parts. If not, there are a few other things to change...

    Re-reading, I think you're right. Sorry, OP!
  5. You really don't need a water cooling system for that overclock, the Megahalem will do just fine. However if you are absolutely set on getting a water cooling system, I would recommend one of the pre-assembled kits like the the CoolIT Systems DM-1000 Domino A.L.C. They're cheap, work well, and because they're already assembled, you don't have to worry about creating a loop, checking for leaks, mounting radiators and pumps and whatnot.
  6. I have a very simple and cheap water cooled system, I paid $79.00 for it. I am referring to the Corsair H50 system, it is a self contained water system. I am running an I7 920 overclocked to 3.8, my idle temp is 34c under load I hit 58c, I think it helps that I have the cooler Master case. I am running the fans on the H50 in the push-pull configuration. Why spend all that money for regular water cooled system when this runs just as good, and it's very quiet.
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