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Fittings for awkward rad placement

post #1 of 3
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Hola,

I just ordered two brand new rads (EX360s), one being crossflow (top of case) & one regular (back). I currently have an air-cooled 800D but its not cutting it temp-wise with the two GPUs. I was thinking of placing them like in the picture below, and I was wondering from 800D owners (or anyone who knows about it) if it is actually possible to run tubing between both and connect them as such.

Now, if it is possible (which it should), what kind of fittings would I need for that specific corner? Its making my brain work a little too much for water cooling, I'd appreciate a second input.

Many thanks,
Chicken

post #2 of 3
looks like simple 90 degree fittings would get the job done.

you can mod the bottom of an 800D to get a dual radiator in the basement with the PSU. might be something worth looking into

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8wUpbwcLz8

skip to 11:20


ive also seen people mod the 800D to get a quad radiator in the top

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Edited by Sean W. - 3/22/13 at 5:29am
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post #3 of 3
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Sweet. I'm thinking of slapping a single 240 down there as I have my pump already, but it looks like it could fit.

I just wanted to make sure itd work all together. Thanks!
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