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with your layout, i would go:

bottom rad -> pump -> top rad -> cpu -> gpu. want the coolest possible passing though the cpu block.
That doesn't really matter anyways as the water reaches an equilibrium.
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Originally Posted by Los Hog View Post
Not the best pump in the world lol
Try THIS pump and THIS res
Thanks +Rep
Would this 1 Pump be fine - or should I look into getting a 2nd in Series - (for possible Failures? or is that overkill?)


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Originally Posted by Rognin View Post
If you bottom rad and front rad pull in air, it'll be hot air. The air the top and rear exhaust rads would get is not ambient but warm air, they would be redundant (or almost). IF you do plan on doing that, you could have them all as intake rads (top,bottom,front and read) and have an adequate exhaust set up on your side panel.

Then you'd be ready for a second 580 and still have over rad-age (I just made that word up, but I find it works well).
I dont plan on making the top rads Intakes (interesting idea though) If I remove the front rad and Put a High volume fan or 2 for intakes would that overcome the heat of the bottom intake?

Or should I remove the front rad and make the bottom Rad an Exhaust aswell and have air being pulled in from the Side panel?


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They make some BIG cases for watercooling if you have more money to spend?
I have seen some Huge Cases, But really like the styling on this one with the Handle and the front panel with the Hotswap 2.5" bay

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Originally Posted by Tweak17emon View Post
with your layout, i would go:

bottom rad -> pump -> top rad -> cpu -> gpu. want the coolest possible passing though the cpu block.
Correct me if Im wrong - thats pretty much how I have it? (except Remove the front Rad and Leave the back 120 where it is)

Thanks all
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look at the corsair 800d it has awesome styling, great cable management, and has your hot swap drive bays
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