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post #1021 of 20767
I know it depends on the setup, but if we have a 220 and 320 rad, or maybe two 220 rads, will it help to add a single 120mm or 140mm rad to the loop? This is assuming an oced chip and oced gpu in the loop.

I know another 220 or 320 rad will definitely help, I am just wondering if it makes any difference to throw in another small rad like a single 120 or 140, if you already have two bigger rads in the loop.
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I would imagine that it's proportional, so a 240mm and a 120mm would be more or less equivalent to one 360mm, etc. That's assuming the different sizes are of comparable quality.
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Did you mean to type fried, or tried?

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I would imagine that it's proportional, so a 240mm and a 120mm would be more or less equivalent to one 360mm, etc. That's assuming the different sizes are of comparable quality.

That's pretty much right. What you're doing is adding more surface area so there will be an improvement. That improvement though will be proportionate to the amount of surface area so long as the radiators are of the same quality.
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Very nice job Tom Thumb

Thanks. Yours is looking good as well I must say! thumb.gif
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Looks great, very nice job Tom !

Having the same case, where did you put the PWM splitter ? I thought I can't put it on the backplate side of the case, would be great if you can upload an image of the back of your install...

Splitter is on the back of the optical drive cage. There is more room back there.
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post #1028 of 20767
Quick question I have a CM 690 II advanced. Trying decide to put this either at the bottom of the case pushing air through the radiator as in intake or putting at the top pushing air out the radiator as an exhaust. Not sure if I have enough room on the bottom yet so it might have to go on the top.

Do any of your vreg temps go up high after installing this cooler and not having a air cooler there? What do you think would provide the lower vreg temps having the h220 on top exhausting (push) or the h220 on top with the fans acting as an intake (push).

Trying to decide what would provide the best air flow.


Currently have 3 x AP-15 as my exhausts, one on back and 2 up top. Then I have 2 AP-15's as my intake, one on bottom and one on front.

So if I take the 2 AP-15's off the top to install the h220 trying to figure out if exhaust or intake would be the best course of action, while also keeping the vreg and gpu in check.
    
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post #1029 of 20767
Swiftech recommends that in a top mount the fans should be set to intake to feed cooler air to the radiator. That also blows air across the VRM heatsinks. Even if it's warm air it's still better than the alternative. Also seems like you have negative case pressure which is bad for dust ingestion. Using the fans as intake would also help in that respect.
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I have a half 932, should I set up my airflow:

Front - intake
Side - intake
Top (h220) - intake
Back - exhast

Or is that too many intakes?

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