The main reason I'm going for this simplistic water cooler is because I don't feel like putting one together. 1. Too much money, for me, to put a whole water cooling rig together (GPU's and CPU) and 2. I hear you don't have to change this preassembled water cooler, well all preassembled water coolers.
I say water coolers instead of liquid cooling, I don't know why. Just hasn't caught onto me. I could easily go with a normal fan and heatsink cooler if anyone recommends one.
Thanks guys. I'll definently try to invest in one of this in one of the upcoming seasons. My current CPU cooler is a little $20 Zalman cooler... Totally sucks. It's louder than my standard 7.2k RPM HDD and my dual GPU's. Even when the gpu's run up to about 50%. They're 6950's so they are pretty loud so that says something.
What model is your RAM? As much as I know, as long as you aren't using something ridiculous such as those Corsair Vengeance modules, you won't have too much of a hassle installing the said CPU coolers.
Supposedly they're supposed to cool the RAM modules better, but I think they're more there for looks more than anything
As long as you have decent airflow in your case, I just can't see your RAM modules burning up (as long as you have SOME sort of heatsink on them). I can understand the Dominator Platinums, however, since those can go up to some insane frequencies (2800Mhz...)