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post #11 of 52
You can easily mod the top for a 480mm rad (and bottom too, heheh biggrin.gif )
post #12 of 52
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

You can easily mod the top for a 480mm rad (and bottom too, heheh biggrin.gif )

That's what I did thumb.gif
post #13 of 52
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That's what I did thumb.gif

I did two RX480s biggrin.gifthumb.gifsmile.gif
post #14 of 52
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I did two RX480s biggrin.gifthumb.gifsmile.gif

applaud.gif Where did you put the second one. At the bottom? Did you have to relocate the PSU?
post #15 of 52
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applaud.gif Where did you put the second one. At the bottom? Did you have to relocate the PSU?

yup and yup:

http://www.overclock.net/t/869446/corsair-800d-water-build-modded-for-two-480mm-radiators-final-incarnation
post #16 of 52
Thread Starter 
Sick mods. I love the black and white color smile.gif. I don't know if I want to move the PSU since I want to keep my hotswap bay frown.gif... That's why I'm doing 360,240,120 for a total of about 2x 360 amount of rad. I also don't have that many video cards or $ either haha.
post #17 of 52
Wouldn't so many rads be just too much for this configuration? I bet you can cool it with a single 360mm one, or adding another 120mm.
post #18 of 52
Thread Starter 
Hmm I think the amount of rad I have is overboard already, so imagining 2x 480's is just overkill biggrin.gif. Does anyone know if codes for frozencpu stack like if I have a 5% code and a seperate 10% (from reviews, etc). Anyone have any codes for frozencpu, performance-pc, or jabtech?
post #19 of 52
frozencpu: pcapex
jab-tech: facebook


In all honesty, a thick 360 like the SR1, GTX-360, RX360, etc, will be more than enough for your two gpus and cpu. I know cooling a SB is is not that demanding. Some people get really good temps with a closed loop system (ie Corsair H80/H100, etc). A thick 360mm rad is plenty but adding the 120mm to the back is also a good option. Keep in mind as well your gpu(s) don't produce a lot of heat, so overall your components don't need massive amounts of radiator.

Then again, this is ocn, aka Overkill.net biggrin.gifthumb.gif
post #20 of 52
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the codes smile.gif. Do you know if any of them stack? For example the 5% you gave and a 10% I got from them? I am loving how jab-tech is so much cheaper than frozencpu. However, frozencpu has a little more selection that I will need from them (my res, some links, gpu bridges, etc) thus I need to use both frown.gif.
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