Hello forum, I'm currently in the process of updated my computer's hardware. I've got pretty much a list of what i would like (i have already purchased the Power Supply and the graphics card). However i am planning on overclocking the procceseur (i5 2500k) and am looking into different cooling systems because rumour has it that the cooling device given along with the CPU is no good. My only problem is that the ones i am looking at are very big and i've heard that people have had trouble installing RAM because some cooling systems get in the way. Here is what i'm planning on purchasing: Motherboard: Asus P8P67 pro CPU: i5 2500k Cooler: Thermaltake Frio CLP0564 or Mastercooler v8 Now i've heard numerous rumours about ram not fitting after installing these monsters, particularly the RAM i was interested in, the Corsair DDR3 1600 which has massive cooling "wings". I don't know whether getting smaller Ram, like the Kingston DDR3 1600 would be better. But will having hardly no cooling on the RAM hinder it's performance? Are their any alternatives to these cooling systems i am looking at? Maybe a bit smaller but still capable of cooling enough? What are your opinions? Thanks, Tom P.s: Would i have to get another case if i wanted one of these big cooling systems?