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the general rule of thumb is 120 for each component and an additional 120. So in your case, one 360 rad, or a 240 and a 120
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post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by Juggalo23451 View Post

That depends on what rad you are using. For the RX series you can just do either, doing a push pull wont help temps any.
To op yes a 360 rad like the rx360 rad with 1650 rpm fans will suit you just fine smile.gif

Or get the Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 360 Radiator smile.gif

Oow, thanks for the explanation. I think using any rads with push-pull config will make any diference regarding the type of rad.
Thanks man smile.gif
post #13 of 14
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So overall I am getting 360 of rad should be good.
I am thinking of running alphacool for my rads, I am wondering how solid there slim version of the 120 is, does it have enough to really remove enough heat? Or am I better off trying to get a "normal" or non - slim rad?
Thanks for everything guys as soon as I get everything situated I'll start the buildlog.
post #14 of 14
The NCIX guys easily fit a 120 and a 240 into a prodigy, and with some modding could have fit another 240. Depending on your HD/SSD needs, you could probably fit some 45-60mm rads (240 in front, 120 in rear) and possibly a slim 240 in the top, with creative modding.
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