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Water Cooling a 450D

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I am looking to water cool a new haswell refresh i7 and a gtx 780 within a corsair 450D

the biggest thing is i would not want to remove the front bottom mounted hdd rack

what kind of radiator setup would i need
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If you can go without optical drives, or anything else that would typically go there, a 360mm rad up top should be enough.

If you want to put a fan controller in the front, you might still be able to fit a 280mm up top.

Either way it'll have to be a thin rad like the xt45. You should also be able to squeeze a 140mm above the HDD cage.

Best would be to ask in the Club Thread.
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WD Black 1TB Windows 7 Pro x64 Viewsonic VP2770-LED Thermaltake Poseidon MX Brown 
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