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if i may add, if its somehow possible, try to mod your case and put the radiator on the bottom so that it sucks fresh air from the bottom ( and from the front-fans)
and releases the hot air upwards and at the back of the tower. its much of a waste placing a radiator on a place where the hot air from the board/ gpu /cpu and psu comes from.
post #42 of 66
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Okay the 240mm rad + everything I linked has been purchased. Will take 3 business days to ship. What is the best way to set it up?

Res> pump> radiator> block?

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post #43 of 66
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Okay the 240mm rad + everything I linked has been purchased. Will take 3 business days to ship. What is the best way to set it up?

Res> pump> radiator> block?


yea, this is the classic setting for a cpu loop..
post #44 of 66
It really doesn't matter how you set it up. The order of your components inside your loop is not relevent because the temps inside your loop are pretty much cpnsistent l around. It may vary as little as 1c from place to place.
All that matters is that the pump be right after, and below your res.
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if i may add, if its somehow possible, try to mod your case and put the radiator on the bottom so that it sucks fresh air from the bottom ( and from the front-fans)
and releases the hot air upwards and at the back of the tower. its much of a waste placing a radiator on a place where the hot air from the board/ gpu /cpu and psu comes from.

I think it's a matter of preference. One way, you are blowing your hot rad air onto your components. And the other way, you are blowing your hot component air into your rad. Everyone seems to have his preferences on this subject. But I think either is just as good.
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post #46 of 66
i would mount a radiator only on top if the gpu´s are watercooled too and the airflow is effective.
dude this is science.. you say you blow hot air into the rig if mounted on bottom, but wrong.
the heat produced is minior compared to the heat between board/cpu and gpu..
> suma sumarum you add the heat to the heat then the radiator is trying ti get rid off and instead it have to handle more heat.
sry i dont wanna flame, it also depends much on this and on ambient temps.
Edited by smex - 2/28/13 at 7:49am
post #47 of 66
Well, if the rad is on top, it should be exhausting air, not pulling in air from the top. And the air cooled VGA's tend to exhaust their heat out the back of the computer, not to the inside, thought I'm sure, some of the VGA's heat remains inside, most of it is effectively exausted.

So yeah, the heat produced by the rad is arguably small. But so is the heat of your components that remains inside the case. So again, it's tits fot tats as to weither your rads should pulling in air or exhausting air IMHO.
Edited by PepeLapiu - 2/28/13 at 8:10am
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post #48 of 66
yes.. i agree, but rather on bottom because heat goes directly upwards... and instead having fans push/pulling against it the y should push and pull in the same direction the natural airflow goes, which is upwards due some idiot who wrote cosmic physics.
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I just noticed I don't have a place to mount the Koolance PMP-500 pump. I don't want to drill any holes into my case, what should I do?
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post #50 of 66
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I just noticed I don't have a place to mount the Koolance PMP-500 pump. I don't want to drill any holes into my case, what should I do?

in the worst case cable binders thru the holes of the pump and somewhere on the tower?


edit:

can u make a blueprint of how you want to set up your wc.. draw it in this picture maybe?!

Edited by smex - 2/28/13 at 5:23pm
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