If i where to use XSPC Raystorm Twin D5 AX360 Water Cooling Kit

if i where to use the XSPC Raystorm Twin D5 AX360 Water Cooling Kit on an Intel Core i5 3570K what OC could i get it to without it going over 85C?
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  1. You could probably hit 4.5 easily. Why don't you go search google? That's a rather specific question. You'd need to find someone with that cooler. Good luck though!
  2. I have actually used google and nothing has come up so that's why i came here, and if anyone know's what would be the best case for custom WC system either Corsair Obsidian 800D Case or CoolerMaster Cosmos II Ultra Tower? and ill be running a 360 rad
  3. Will depend on ambient temperatures how hot the CPU will get.
    Though I suspect with that kit, your overclocking headroom will be limited by the quality of the chip and your overclocking knowledge before temperature will play a role.
  4. You don't need 2 D5's and you don't need the AX360.
  5. I'd disagree on the Rad Muffin but you know me and over-radding :)
    two D5's are not needed for a Cpu only loop though
    Moto
  6. Two D5's are absolutely not necessary unless you simply want to spend extra or plan on building a larger loop with more rads and blocks off this kit. Otherwise, the X20 750 pump is good for a CPU only loop or even adding a single GPU, DDC or D5 pumps would be suited for a larger loop. Dual pumps when you are considering CPU, 2+ rads, 2+ GPUs or you just want really good flow rates.
  7. Motopsychojdn said:
    I'd disagree on the Rad Muffin but you know me and over-radding :)
    two D5's are not needed for a Cpu only loop though
    Moto

    EX360 or RX360 for me......
  8. Sorry Muffin, I misunderstood you hehe,
    I thought you had meant the 360 part was the issue, not the AX part
    Moto
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