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Is it possible to put (1) thick, double 120 mm radiator over the other &/or screw them together?
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with some modding yes stock no the easiest way would be velcro/zipties.

the screws would pierce the fins if u went all the way through but you would get better performance having them in different parts of the loop why do you need to do this anyway?
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Yeah except you would need fans with high cfm and static pressure, you would probably get better performance if you didn't stack them.
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with some modding yes stock no the easiest way would be velcro/zipties.

the screws would pierce the fins if u went all the way through but you would get better performance having them in different parts of the loop why do you need to do this anyway?
I have limited space & can only put a thick, double 120 mm radiator (not triple). I can put another same size radiator but it has to be screwed together.
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Yeah except you would need fans with high cfm and static pressure, you would probably get better performance if you didn't stack them.
What if I sandwiched (2) same 120 mm fans between the (2) radiators aside from the (2) on the back & (2) on the front for a push & pull set up? Total of (6) fans.
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What if I sandwich (2) same 120 mm fans between the (2) radiators aside from the (2) on the back & (2) on the front for a push & pull set up? Total of (6) fans.
That would help, except it would be extremely thick so space is going to be an issue unless its outside the case in a rad box or something
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Thanks for the info guys. I'll see if I can do this kind of set up...
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