It's been a while my [H] brethren, I've got an older system that is still working pretty well for me but could use a little more oomph. The current rig is an Asus P8Z68-V Pro mobo, stock 2600K, 16GB (4x4) PC3 12800 (9-9-9-24), Antec Skeleton case (open air), Corsair AX750 psu, SSD and stock cpu cooler. The rig was built in '11 with a GTX570 that died right about the time the gpu price jump happened, waiting for the 1180/2080's to come out or a great deal on a new 1080ti. To prepare for the extra cooling needs of an overclock I bought the Corsair Air540 case. I also just ordered the Arctic Cooling Liquid Freezer 360 which is probably overkill but I want to keep this thing cool, also it fits in the case and it wasn't much more than the 240. I've got (3) 140mm fans for exhaust, 2 top, 1 back and will be using (3) 120mm high static pressure fans in a pull configuration for the 360 which will be at the front. I plan to pick up some Grizzly Kryonaut thermal paste. I don't plan on doing any insane overclocking but I'd like to get a little bump to help cope with a newer gpu and bottlenecking. Is there anything else I should look at for cooling? I've already got the case and cooler so that's pretty much covered. Should I look at ram fans? Replace thermal paste on the current chipset heatsinks (it is 7yrs old)? The ram is Corsair Vengeance so it does have heat spreaders. This video is giving me faith in this systems ability to chug on for at least a couple more years. Thanks for any suggestions.