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Will a RS360 + RS240 be enough for OC'd SLI 580's + 2600K?

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Im planning on picking up a couple of 580s and putting them on water. Im just worried about space since im useing a A05NB i dont have much to work with.

I don't think ill have enough room for push/pull

Im thinking i might be pushing it. Can anyone confirm my worries?
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To answer your title question, yes those two rads paired with the right fans should be good enough for your cards and cpu.

If you have enough space I'm not so sure about... That case looks pretty small. You may have to stick one outside >.>
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well, if youre gonna do that rad setup, better get some really good fans, specially becuase you cant do push pull.

may i suggest gentle typhoon high speeds?

if you do that, it should be okay

im running a gts 360 and one 140 rad for my set up, overkill a bit, but i have them paired with fans not meant for rads, except for one gentle typhoon 1850 rpm on the 360. When i go Xfire though, im gonna have to add in more gentle typhoons
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Think a RS360 + RS120 is too little because that would work best for me.
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post #5 of 6
With the right fans it will be fine with the 240 and 360. RS360+120 will work, but may not give the best of temps, but it will work. If you can fit a thicker rad at any point in the loop, that will help.
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post #6 of 6
Haha, that is quite enough already for 2 GPUs and a 2600k.

And also, there are many speeds of Scythe Gentle Typhoonsl; they can go up to 4000+ RPM so choose wisely.

They're exepnsive too

If you're feeling short on cash try Yate Loon fans. A tad bit uglier (well they're just black; can't really say much about them).
They're excellent. Full stop.
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