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post #21 of 28
This looks amazing, just an idea, make sure the pipe for the intake is pointing downward and is filtered so nothing can get in! Also is your exhaust also now outside? If not it might be an idea so you dont get too cold! Really wish my room wasnt on the ground floor so I could try this with my H110!
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This looks amazing, just an idea, make sure the pipe for the intake is pointing downward and is filtered so nothing can get in! Also is your exhaust also now outside? If not it might be an idea so you dont get too cold! Really wish my room wasnt on the ground floor so I could try this with my H110!

i might try this when winter comes around right now its stinking hot lol

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post #23 of 28
How about this as an idea? (fans not shown!)

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Great Idea!!!
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How about this as an idea? (fans not shown!)

would that not just have the same level of airflow as using a dual/quad fan config anyway but in this case you'll get warm air going through the rad on the right hand side since its already gone through the rad once already.
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would that not just have the same level of airflow as using a dual/quad fan config anyway but in this case you'll get warm air going through the rad on the right hand side since its already gone through the rad once already.

The air a rad blows out is still cooler than the cpu and the rad itself so it should still cool, and will give you twice the surface area without using another tube.
post #27 of 28
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Nice Job, a lot cleaner than my own setup along these lines.

Reading one of your earlier posts you commented that that the intention was to cool the whole inside of the case, a lot safer, then latter switching to air travel passing through your rad then out the top of the case only. Personally I’d be monitoring the temp of the exhaust air from the first rad along air travel and the temp of the air inside the case to see how close to dew point they became for the chance of condensation forming on the ducting and in turn dripping on to the video card. My own setup used a positive system which forced cold air out of every place air could travel, my lowest outside air was around -2c which did form a very light coating of condensation on my case around some of the exhaust areas with a room temp around 20c, since I didn’t have a line returning the exhausted air outside the 20c was short lived.
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I would do this, but my PC is on the opposite side of the room from my window lol
 
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