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Originally Posted by kazenagi View Post

Thick rads are overrated, you'll gain maybe 1/2C lower water temps at the best, rule of thumb is 120rad per component so a 360 rad thick/thin would fair well with a cpu + gpu.

Thanks everyone for your inputs, i took this into the most consideration. Ive decided to not get a second rad because ireally cannot be bothered with drilling and cutting the case just to fit a 240 in there. Ive just gone with the general 120mm per component scenario, just add my 580 to the loop. Will work out much cheaper too!

Thanks again everyone
post #12 of 12
If you want a thin rad I recommend the ex over the rs. Not sure if the ex kits are available yet though
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