Originally Posted by Vengeance47
As do I
I just noticed that one of the rads is going to be exhausting (?) air back towards you. Assuming that you are having the fans exhaust air not intake? In which case, might I suggest making 2 seperate loops? One for CPU and one for GPU? That way, you can have a symmetrical WC loop design with one loop on the right side and one on the left side with both rads exhasuting air externally out the back of the desk and away from you.
Just a personal thing, I would hate to have hot air being blown towards me constantly. Then again its pretty cold over the ditch so perhaps its what you want
Oh god, dont worry about that. That is just me messing up in sketch up
its hard to do them all!! lol. It will be intaking in the front, and exausting in the back definitely!!!
Will only need one loop, chips are getting cooler and cooler, and required less well.. surface area to cool! so one loop will be all good with 2 3x140mm rads
its nearly bloody winter here :S
Originally Posted by Carniflex
I personally would go with single bigger radiator externally, I mean outside the case (which is the desk) - for example Nova 1080 (its 9x120 mm one) will probably cost you same or less than these 4x120 mm ones (its 90 euros or 125 dollars usually). That way your radiator is not "choking" in some closed box heating up ambient around itself but can "breathe freely" and dump its heat away from closed boxes.
Hmmm, i personally like the look of two, all ready have one of the rads, just need to get an identical one (phobya g charger 420)
Will not be choking, intake in front, exhaust out back, will have good constant air flow