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H80 push pull vs H100 only pull vs Aquagate Max

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I've got a 400R, and from what I'm seeing the H100 definitely benefits from the push/pull configuration of the fans, the H100 won't be able to do a push pull in my chassis due to the limitation of its height, however both H80 and H100 in the market are right available under my nose, the Aquagate max might be hard to acquire but is it worth the hassle?
I could put the radiator outside my chassis in aquagate's case, but H100 is a closed loop.
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I would stay about as far away from the Aquagate as possible.

If you're considering a custom type loop I would see about picking up a XSPC Rasa kit and use that externally if you want.
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Whats wrong with the Aquagate besides being disco'd?
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On a side note, I'm going to be only cooling the CPU, no future plans for adding GPU to the Coolant loop (no liquid cooler for the GPU ever)
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wait a second, the H100 with push pull might be possible, time to conduct an experiment, its cheaper than the H80 for today, might as well get it and experiment with it.
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I agree with blackbalt89. If you're considering the middle ground between a H80/H100 and a custom watercooling loop, go full water. A RS240 Rasa kit is cheap and will beat both of them, and whenever you're ready you can just plug in your GPU.

If you can do push-pull with the H100 and don't plan to water the GPU, do it.
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