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The head is no more than if your dual pass rad was mounted upright in the front of your case. Just a bit more tubing is all, you'll be fine.
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Only thing I'm worrying about in both situations there is about a 30cm vertical drop for the water to go down and back up, will this be an issue?

In a closed loop, head doesn't add up the way it does in an open loop. Gravity helps by pushing it down, and hurts by trying to keep it from going back up. Net head = 0. So long as your pump never runs dry, you have nothing to worry about.
 
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