Re: I solved GTX280 overheating issue
Watercooling is the anwer guys. Yes it's more expensive but definitely worth the investment. Plus you don't need as many fans which increases noise, no dust build up, and it'll open up more slots on the motherboard to install more add in cards. You don't have to constantly buy new parts. The radiator, fans, reservoir and pump you can always reuse on new parts. Obviously you would have to buy new waterblocks for the cpu and graphic cards whenever you upgrade. But that's typically about $150, depending from what provider you get from. I always go with DD. No leaks. Great blocks. ($50 usually for the cpu and $100 for the graphics card). Definitely worth it if you live in a hot climate.