Originally Posted by Puunh
1.When going for radiator get the most surface space you can.
2.Get the thickest it can be while still having push/pull. If it's under 40mm thick and low fpi it doesn't need push/pull and will hardly, if at all, benefit from it.
3.When matching fans for radiators: High fpi = High speed fans and vice versa.
Finally, for now a 420 up top with nice fans will cool your CPU and likely 2 GPUs. You'll more than likely need more for that triple xfire though.
that's exactly what i wanted to know. At this point I only have the 2500k and ONE 290 r9. I was hoping that i would cover my basis if down the line i decided to crossfire with a 2nd 290.
Would you happen to know what the best rad would be to fit in the top of the 750d in order to benefit from the allocated space? for instance would a specific 360 or 420 be best suited for my purposes?