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Good Build. I got 600T too..Initially I thought of putting a 120 rad aswell..but appended it for later when i will buy another 670. How are your temps? did push/pull on phobya makes any difference..im thinking of goin to push/pull on both rads ..240 and phobya.
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Gpu Temp 33 idle 45 load max and CPU Max 62 2500k 4.6ghz. Ambient around 28.

You won't be able to do 240 push pull unless you shift/offset the rad out significantly. There's simply not enough clearance.

Not sure about push pull on the 200. Started off with that setup since the beginning. My objective is to get more airflow inside the case.
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Wow, very nice build. Definitely something to be proud of.
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Very nice build. Specs?
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Gpu Temp 33 idle 45 load max and CPU Max 62 2500k 4.6ghz. Ambient around 28.

You won't be able to do 240 push pull unless you shift/offset the rad out significantly. There's simply not enough clearance.

Not sure about push pull on the 200. Started off with that setup since the beginning. My objective is to get more airflow inside the case.

EPS Pin comes in the way a little bit with that top rad push pull config. Havent tried it either...but the front 200 MM should work out..thinking of getting custom side cover with 200mm hole near the power supply and graphics card..to get the air moving. Mine idle temps are at 24 - 27 with ambient temp 21 and 48 at load..with stock clock for 3770K.. will be overclocking it soon. and GPU temp is 23 at idle.
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EPS Pin comes in the way a little bit with that top rad push pull config. Havent tried it either...but the front 200 MM should work out..thinking of getting custom side cover with 200mm hole near the power supply and graphics card..to get the air moving. Mine idle temps are at 24 - 27 with ambient temp 21 and 48 at load..with stock clock for 3770K.. will be overclocking it soon. and GPU temp is 23 at idle.

If you are using any z77 Asus mobo, yes the Cpu power connector will get in the way. For my sabertooth z77, I had to shave the CPU connector in order to fit the rad to the original screw mount of the case. Any thing thicker than the swiftech rad will not fit.

For the 120 rad, do note that it is not a direct fit. You have to drill the chassis fan screw holes to make a slight offset. If you mount a 120 rad without modding, you won't be able to fit a fan on the 120 rad. The top 240 will get in the way. Notice my 240 is already touching the 120mm rad fan?

The Pull 200 mm fan adds significant airflow to my case IMO. You should try it. I'm sure it helps lowering temp a bit too with push pull on the 200 mm rad.
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Very nice build. Specs?

Thanks

2500k with vanilla raystorm block, 2 x 7970 with HK blocks. 1x120 + 1x240mm + 1x200mm rads. Xspc D5 pump bay res.
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