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You could fit a 120 but not a 140 mm rad however that depends on the other rads that you have, also you would have to mess with the fittings to make it so that you don't kink your tubing and impair your flow. As for the resistance in the flow while running a multi block setup as long as you have a decent pump this is not an issue. The MCP or the D5 style pumps have plenty of pressure to get the job done so as long as you have anything that will perform similar to either of those pumps you should be fine. Also as for having a possible temp increase within the loop that should also be negligible unless you do nor have enough rad to cool the tdp of the of the components within the system.

You can fit a 140 in the back and a 240/280 in the top... i have this setup biggrin.gif... however *disclaimer* i can only vouch for the 140 rad I have (any wider of a 140 and no way it would fit). You also have to give up the top PCIe slot on the board (if it uses the top slot on the case).... oh and you will more than likely have to have the inlet/outlet on the bottom like I do thumb.gif

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I am about to pull the trigger on the Stryker in White the case is damn sexy. 

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I am about to pull the trigger on the Stryker in White the case is damn sexy. 

You won't regret it. wink.gif
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You can fit a 140 in the back and a 240/280 in the top... i have this setup biggrin.gif... however *disclaimer* i can only vouch for the 140 rad I have (any wider of a 140 and no way it would fit). You also have to give up the top PCIe slot on the board (if it uses the top slot on the case).... oh and you will more than likely have to have the inlet/outlet on the bottom like I do thumb.gif
I kinda figured it would be something like that due to the tanks and whatnot. For myself I am not sure I would want to try that since it would be easy to end up f-ing yourself and ending up with parts that you can't use. My big advice as some one who's first water cooled rig is currently in a trooper with a dual bay res would be either do the 360 mod (since it doesn't have to be pretty) or stick with a 240 in the roof and a 120 in the back. Now if you go for the 360 ide you may have to play around with what device goes into the top 5.25 bay. I currently have a xspc dual bay d5 res (the acrylic one) in my top two slots. However part of my reasoning for wanting to switch up and go with a tube res is due to the lack of any kind of good mounting for a half length device since the right side relies on pressure to maintain the front part of the device. Just some food for thought.
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My biggest pet peeve is when people use FLASH to take pictures of their rigs. doh.gif It makes it looks awful. If you didn't use flash and just regular light, it would look 10 times better. I'm no photographer, either...

Just sayin.. wink.gif
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What would be better in a low light situation would be a tripod and a longer exposure...but that's wishful thinking I guess lol.
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I kinda figured it would be something like that due to the tanks and whatnot. For myself I am not sure I would want to try that since it would be easy to end up f-ing yourself and ending up with parts that you can't use. My big advice as some one who's first water cooled rig is currently in a trooper with a dual bay res would be either do the 360 mod (since it doesn't have to be pretty) or stick with a 240 in the roof and a 120 in the back. Now if you go for the 360 ide you may have to play around with what device goes into the top 5.25 bay. I currently have a xspc dual bay d5 res (the acrylic one) in my top two slots. However part of my reasoning for wanting to switch up and go with a tube res is due to the lack of any kind of good mounting for a half length device since the right side relies on pressure to maintain the front part of the device. Just some food for thought.

IMO the 280 is a better option for the top (yes the trooper has mounting holes for 280's, a 200, and 120's up top).... a 280x140 rad has an approximate area (not surface area of fins) 39,200mm^2. Now the 360x120 rad has approximately 43,200mm^2. Not that much of a difference to justify having the last portion of the 360 under case shrouding. 280 FTW

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My biggest pet peeve is when people use FLASH to take pictures of their rigs. doh.gif It makes it looks awful. If you didn't use flash and just regular light, it would look 10 times better. I'm no photographer, either...
Just sayin.. wink.gif

Well the only thing I have is a camera on my PHONE and it sucks....bad. So unfortunately I have to have the flash the majority of the time... the pics weren't meant to be "pretty" they were meant to be illustrative for radiator mounting....
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Whats the name of the fan that comes with the case?
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I'm not sure they're normally available, even if they're just rebranded editions. For reference, model number on my 4:3 fan from trooper is a12025-12cb-3bn-f1. I prefer the cfm:dba ratio of the sickles anyway.

http://www.cmstore-usa.com/120mm-led-fan-on-off-for-cosmos-ii-trooper/ looks close but not quite it.
Edited by Anachronist - 10/12/12 at 9:20am
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Kpforce1 how in the heck did you get your intake/outake ports on the side are you running 2 140x1 rads up there or a single 280?
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