Thanks for the replies +rep
Originally Posted by abirli
You may hit fittment issues with the fans that way. I used the coolgates and I couldn't fit all 3 fans on the 360, had to put it up front, a thin rad might work
Originally Posted by Skye12977
Not necessarily about the rads, but about the fans.
I'm not sure everyone that likes to do this but you can actually do this
You just remove the dust filter.
He could drill holes moving the top rad away from the front rad (as well as the motherboard to possibly fit push/pull on top as well)
e) never mind, you can't as easily move a 280 as you could a 240mm rad.
Did not even think about putting the fans in between the cover and the brackets. The image of the case I have in my mind I couldn't remember if there was enough room or not but that makes sense, I will look into that.
Originally Posted by Jimhans1
I would have the flow reversed from what you are showing personally, go from pump to 360mm to GPU to CPU to 280 back to pump/res. Just my
And I would lose the 280 for a 240, keeps the fans matching, and will still provide more than enough cooling even if you added a second card, plus, there are way less issues fitting the 240's with a 360 concurrently.
I will replace the 280 for a 240. I was thinking why not try and put it up there for the extra surface area but with the possiblity of major fitting issues I will pass.