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    Looking to overclock your CPU? You're going to want to install a water cooling solution to handle the additional heat output. Going with a custom setup allows you to tailor the cooling to your requirements and adapt it to your chosen PC case. A CPU block like the EKWB Velocity is what handles the transfer of heat between the CPU and water loop. Here are a few other fine examples.
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    EKWB EK-Velocity CPU Block

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