I have been reading a lot of posts in the past couple weeks about water cooling and all the possible setups and I am trying to figure out if it's right for me. I know I will be spending about $350+ for a setup, more of course if I decide to cool my gpus. Right Now I am running a 955BE and am stable through OCCT and Prime95 at 3.8 @ 1.5v. I know ambient temp is a very big temp factor. In the summer I use a window a/c in the living room, with my apartment being small I can get my computer room temp down around 66-70F (my a/c is in my living room right next to my comp room), and in the winter I barely use my heat unless I absolutely need it. Winter time I can get my CPU idle temp as low as 17C at 3.6ghz. I don't remember what my load temps were but I'm positive they were not above 32C in the winter. Right now my summer load temp through OCCT is 50-52C with my Zalman CNS xtreme 120mm at 70F room temp. So basically what I'm wondering is if water cooling would be worth the money for me, with such higher ambient summer temps? To start off I would be looking at just a CPU loop, and when I upgrade my crossfire cards to 5 series ATIs from 4850s cooling those as well with possibly another loop. I am trying to really get into overclocking and would like to push my CPU past 3.8ghz at this 1.5V stable, but at these temps I don't want to go any further. I'm just not sure if water cooling would give me much lower temps. I would be looking at possibly just getting a swiftech 3 fan kit to start off with.