Keeping everything inside with a HAF 932? if you plan to get only one GPU, you could do it with the basic RS240/RX240 rasa kit. and a GPU block. If you plan to get a more power-hungry CPU in the future, or add more than one GPU, you might find some problems with rads. I have the healthy opinion and recommendation to get at least 120mm of rad per device connected to the loop, so a CPU+2 GPU, you should look at 360mm worth of rads, or if you want to keep temps truly low, add an extra 120mm of rad (so, for 2 things you'd still be looking at 360mm of rads, and for three things, at least 480mm)
To achieve that, you have several options:
- Change case. Most full tower, and even some mid towers can be fitted with 2 240mm rads (like my CM 690 II) or even larger rads, and should be only a matter of getting a second rad along with the rasa kit, and full waterblocks for the GPU's.
- Get an extra 120mm rad. Your case could fit a 240mm rad on top and a 120mm on the back
. You'd be limited to slim radiators if you want push-pull though, so the RX240 kit is out.
- Mod the case. A dremel, some planning, a free saturday/sunday and some metal mesh could give the extra room to hold a 360mm rad on the top of the case
. You could also mod the HDD bay and make it hold only 2 HDD's, then opening a second 120mm hole so the bottom can hold a second 240mm rad.
- Sticking the rad outside. If you manage to do a bit of painting and getting the right tools, it does not look bad at all