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wow,can't help you with the laptop thing, but congrats on the uni bit.
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post #3732 of 9593
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Originally Posted by rustypixel View Post

Looking to start a build really soon and the 750D is most likely (still not 100% sure) the case I will go with. I'm looking to cool a GPU and CPU and want the rads to go at the bottom and top. Two questions since you are all familiar with the case:

What are the largest (in thickness) rads that I can put on the bottom and top?

Water cooling is all new to me so can reliable, quality rads be recommended?

Any and all replies will be appreciated.

Thanks.

Alphacool makes really decent rads. I would recommend them. I have a 420mm (45mm thick) at the top and a 240mm (60mm thick) in the front. If you use front and bottom, you can only fit a slim on the bottom.
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Thanks to Jamaican Reaper and Davidh93 for the replies and info. At this point any information will be helpful as I'm almost sure that this is the case that I will go with and all this cooling stuff is confusing since there are so many options and possibilities. My intention is to get and use the thickest possible rad on the bottom since, physics being what they are, we all know hot air rises and I want the coolest air coming in going through the thickest rad. The top rad can be as thick as needed to fit. With that in mind I will get whatever fan I can get for the front just for added air flow. Can anyone let me know if the 5.25 drive bays are removable on this tower? I don't have a need for any of the drive cages or the drive bay as I plan only 2 SSDs and no optical drive. If the bays aren't removable then I might consider a drive bay mounted reservoir but for now, purely for looks, I'm leaning towards a tube style reservoir. The pump I'm planning to use is an MCP655.
I don't really know if any of my other components are of any importance regarding size and fit but I'll be using a Gigabyte Sniper Z87 mobo and an nVidia 780ti.

Thanks again for any replies.
Edited by rustypixel - 4/6/14 at 10:37am
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Originally Posted by rustypixel View Post

Thanks to Jamaican Reaper and Davidh93 for the replies and info. At this point any information will be helpful as I'm almost sure that this is the case that I will go with and all this cooling stuff is confusing since there are so many options and possibilities. My intention is to get and use the thickest possible rad on the bottom since, physics being what they are, we all know hot air rises and I want the coolest air coming in going through the thickest rad. The top rad can be as thick as needed to fit. With that in mind I will get whatever fan I can get for the front just for added air flow. Can anyone let me know if the 5.25 drive bays are removable on this tower? I don't have a need for any of the drive cages or the drive bay as I plan only 2 SSDs and no optical drive. If the bays aren't removable then I might consider a drive bay mounted reservoir but for now, purely for looks, I'm leaning towards a tube style reservoir. The pump I'm planning to use is an MCP655.
I don't really know if any of my other components are of any importance regarding size and fit but I'll be using a Gigabyte Sniper Z87 mobo and an nVidia 780ti.

Thanks again for any replies.
The 5.25' bays can't really be removed, some people have used dremel to cut out the front of the bays and left the back for structural support. I believe the back is held in by rivets if you wanted to remove the entire thing.
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How do i join? smile.gif
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@Cephelix
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How do i join? smile.gif

Just post a picture of your build using the case.
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Alright. Here's my humble 750D!



Specs-
4770k @4.4Ghz 1.25v
Maximus VI Formula
Dominator Platinum 8gb
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H100i (Going to get a custom Loop)
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post #3739 of 9593
And can anyone Clarify if you can use a 60mm 360 Rad on the top? im planning on using this rad, and wondering if it will fit, witth the maximus vi formula.
http://www.alphacool.com/product_info.php/info/p975_Alphacool-NexXxoS-UT60-Full-Copper-360mm.html
Thanks!
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And can anyone Clarify if you can use a 60mm 360 Rad on the top? im planning on using this rad, and wondering if it will fit, witth the maximus vi formula.
http://www.alphacool.com/product_info.php/info/p975_Alphacool-NexXxoS-UT60-Full-Copper-360mm.html
Thanks!


Look here:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1430077/corsair-750d-owners-club/1710#post_21469922
    
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