Originally Posted by Sazexa
So, I've found a way to be able to install two EK SE 360's into my case (Evolv ATX TG) without any real mods. I did kind of cheat a little bit, bit no mods. On the top I currently have a 360*26mm radiators, and, I do believe my 360*26mm in the front installation idea will work also..........
While I commend you for the effort, as well as a very clean result, I did want to point something out to those who may want to follow suit. There have been a number of posts showing the dual 360mm SE rads in Evov ATX cases due to the fact that they are the only name brand rad that will work with dual 360mm without extensive modification. However, it really needs to be pointed out that you can achieve better performance without the headaches by simply using better rads in a 360mm+240mm configuration, and with the midplate the appearance is almost exactly the same.
For example -
@ 750 rpm: -HWL GTS 360 + 240 will dissipate 319W, dual 360mm SE only 313W
At 1300 rom, the GTS 360 + 240 will dissipate 484W, the dual 360mm SE only 469W
At 1850 rpm, the GTS 360 + 240 will dissipate 603W, the dual 360mm SE only 581W
The point being, you can get the same cooling and appearance without the headaches.