Originally Posted by invena
edit---sorry for the ninja edit.
Corsair is definitely the way to go you made a good choice. I hold corsair among the best when it comes to water cooling. If you are going a custom route, a Bay res may be the best best. Judging by the amount of space available.
If the radiator can be mounted in the top, bay res, and pump is up to you. Seems to be ideal for space sake.
You can gut those 5.25inch bays, do something creative with your HDDs (maybe remove some
) and fit a rad in the front.
The case was designed to fit an H100 in it (240 in the top), so I was thinking about putting my own up there. However, I'm now leaning toward putting another 120 in - same loop - because, as someone pointed out in another thread, it just doesn't feel like a good thing to have warm water going straight from the CPU to the GPU. I wonder if I could fit a 120 at the back also and if it would be worth it. I'm researching now but if anyone knows, well, that'd be swell
I'm getting mixed reviews on having two rads on the same loop, but it seems like it should work well in my brain (though that's not saying much).
The HDD cages come out and I've read through a really detailed build log a guy did, and he mounted a 240 in the front.
I don't know, really, but I'm itching to get parts ordered. And still haven't locked anything down