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post #12 of 18
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Ok, got the water block in and have the back plate mounted and ready for the cpu block. Still need to know if the fan on the RAD should be between the RAD and Case pulling Air in or after the RAD pushing Air out of the case through the RAD.

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post #13 of 18
Can you fit two fans on the rad?
At 47mm, it's rather thick for 1 fan.

I have the same rad, and prefer two fans, as one doesn't really do anything unless its spinning really fast.
post #14 of 18
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I have enough room to add a fan on:



I can set it up two ways:

1. I can move the push fan outside the case and mount the RAD flush to the inside of the case which would give me plenty of room to add a pull fan inside.

2. A pull fan will fit in there with the current configuration.

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post #15 of 18
It honestly doesn't matter too much for your CPU temps, but I would say I slightly prefer the fans pushing air out, so warm air isn't getting pushed into the case all the time. But either way should be fine, provided the other case fans are giving sufficient airflow.
post #16 of 18
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Have two typhoon's on the RAD pulling air into the case and will have the 240 on top pull any air out of the case.

Should the fan headers be plugged into specific spots on the motherboard.

Currently the pump is plugged into the CPU FAN1 spot. 1 RAD fan is plugged into the PWR FAN slot, and the second is plugged into the CPU FAN2 spot. I have both 240's plugged into the CHA FAN 1 and 2 slot.




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post #17 of 18
Looks nice man!
The setup you have is a good idea, bring cool air into the rad and the hot air will quickly leave through the top.
The short runs of tube must have been slightly difficult to get right.

As for fan connections, does your motherboard have a fan control suite?
If so, it doesn't really matter where you plug them in as you'll be able to adjust them individually.

If not, CPU fan 2 usually mirrors CPU fan 1, so i would have both of your rad fans plugged into them.
Your other fans can go anywhere you have room.
The pump would be best off the CPU fan header IMO, as you don't really want the pump ramping up and down all the often.
If it was somewhere else you could set it at a nice quiet speed and have it stay there all the time.
post #18 of 18
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Been running it in leak test mode for about 16 hours now, no leaks.

I will be plugging in the pump controller to CPUFan 1 and the push fan into CPUFan 2 while the pull fan will be on PWRFAN.

The two chassis fans will stay on CHAFan 1 and 2.

Looking at possibly getting a Fan Controller not sure yet though.

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