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Radiators on the Corsair 350D?

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Interested in doing a watercooled 350D build. I know i need 2 240mm Rads, one on top and one in front. Which radiators would you guys recommend?
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I think it would depend on what you wanted to cool, what water block(s) you were going to use, what fans you were going to use, and what pump you were going to use.
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I believe you will need to stick with thinner radiators in order to get everything in.
I have always had good performance from HWLabs products.

http://www.hwlabs.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=26&Itemid=23

Plan carefully - it might be tough getting a pump, reservoir, dual radiators and hard drives, etc., in that case.
Look forward to seeing the results!
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Assuming you put 25mm thick fans in the top, you'll only be able to put a 30mm thick rad in the top. For the front, it depends on how you're planning on what you want for your pump and reservoir. I can tell you that between my video card (EVGA GTX 670 FTW, 25.4cm long) and the front I have approx. 12 cm of space. Also, my psu is 20cm long and I have approx. 19cm of space between it and the front. Hopefully that helps.
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