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post #271 of 1907
utterly no need for a 480 rad then;) go with same wc setup as mine and go res/pumps to top rad to cpu to front rad to gpus to res/pump. Im using to loops and getting silly temps;) my 2600k hits around 72-75c while benching vantage and thats at 5530mhz with ht on;) gpus oced to 1030/1500 never seen go over 55c on the gpus and 52 on the vregs;)
post #272 of 1907
So you're saying I should have dual loops?
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post #273 of 1907
nah, if it wasnt so much hassle to take the loops apart id go with a single one now;) but go with two 360 rads the way I did, that way you can use 3 5.25 bays and fit 2x rx360 in;)
post #274 of 1907
Okay, and I've I don't use a bay res I could have 5, correct?

I still may get a 420 rad as long as it doesn't hit the bays. tongue.gif
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post #275 of 1907
if you dont use the front at all then there is enough space there for a 480, so go 360 up top for the cpu and 480 in the front for the gpus;) I had to have 2 bays for my koolance 452x2 bay res
post #276 of 1907
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if you dont use the front at all then there is enough space there for a 480, so go 360 up top for the cpu and 480 in the front for the gpus;) I had to have 2 bays for my koolance 452x2 bay res

No I will be using the front for sure. But I wouldn't mind sacrificing the 1st bay for the 480 if i put it on top. I noticed that you weren't able to put one of the fans on your rad, would that be the same case for me?
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post #277 of 1907
you will be fine, my maximus IV is an E-atx board:( keep in mind that you wont be able to put any fans on the part of the 480 thats gone be in the 1st bay:( id rather go with a smaller rad with 2x gentle typhoons more
post #278 of 1907
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you will be fine, my maximus IV is an E-atx board:( keep in mind that you wont be able to put any fans on the part of the 480 thats gone be in the 1st bay:( id rather go with a smaller rad with 2x gentle typhoons more

Oh, could a 420 fit all 3 fans?
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post #279 of 1907
id say no because they are wider
post #280 of 1907
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Originally Posted by Khalam;14345584 
yes Legis it does, it supports a 420 rad which has 3x 140mm on it

Thanks. I ment that does the hdd cage itself support the 140mm fans (by default the chassis comes with 120mm fans attached to cages), but I quess it does then. I'm not familiar how the radiator is attached to the front, but I would quess it does not involve the hdd cages and the 140mm fans are connected straight to the radiator, not hdd cages (?).

Does anybody have idea wether a normal sized PSU could be put in front of the chassis with the hdd cage removed? It would be cool to use 3x 140mm fans on bottom and on top of the chassis as I'm planning air-only cooling.

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