I recently converted my system to liquid-cooling (in response to the summer heat). I got a water-block for my CPU and GPU and the system's been fine so far. However, I noticed that my northbridge heatsink also gets rather hot (just below scorching - I can't tell the exact temperature as there's no thermal sensor) and that got me thinking about cooling that with water as well. I'm especially concerned as I removed the CPU fan, which used to provide some airflow to the northbridge heatsink (I already had an issue with this when my RAM started overheating). The system runs stable and I've put in some extra case fans to provide airflow but I'm still a little worried. Should I also water-cool my chipset or just leave it as it is?