It's gotten to a stage (is that grammatical?)where the heat from my graphics cards is unbearable after around an hour or two of gameplay. I don't think my soundcard much likes it either as the sound starts stuttering during cutscenes. Also, after watching a feature-length film, the disc that I have in the drive(s) get red hot. I'd hazard a guess at that being the graphics cards too. That leads me to my question; is watercooling worth it? My desires are thus: My PC remains quiet throughout the day. I don't have to put on the AC on at full blast to play a game for more than half an hour. My soundcard and optical media refrain from entering into the 30°C region during gameplay. I don't have to replace my graphics card(s). I've refrained from watercooling thus far because of the sheer expense; it'd cost me the price of a decent graphics card to buy blocks for the ones I have. However, I'd rather have a surefire way of keeping my system at a bearable temperature (for it and for me). To put it in perspective, GPU 1 is at 0% load, GPU 2 is under 5% load and my system has been on since around 7:30 this morning. GPU 1 is at 64°C, GPU 2 is at 57-60°C (wavering). Both are registered at 547 clock, 1095 shader clock, 1425 memory clock on EVGA Precision. Watercooling? New case? New set of fans? Other ideas? Am I making enough sentence fragments by Word's standards?