Originally Posted by trevor1030
My only issue with this ek is I can not build onto it for GPU cooling unless I get a 360 rad and I was told the 240 is already massive compared to a normal 240 radiator. Plus the looks don't really do it for me lol. But maybe does anyone have a way to build a 240 with gpu loops for me ? I have never done that would need someone to tell me everything else to get besides the waterBlock. Yes I will probably do the 450D then I would rather not wait I mean what will be the point of waiting will the difference be that much bigger? The way I see it is new stuff comes out every 4 months for pcs lol
swifttech 240 is the same, as any other 240 radiator on the market. They might have called it massive compared to other radiators because it includes the pump and res built into the radiator. Same thing EK did with their predator line. In terms of heat the 240 will only be enough one of those components (cpu, gpu) You might be able to squeak by with a single 240 with the cpu and one gpu if no overclocking is done.
If your looking to water cool both gpus and the cpu, I'd recommend at least two 240mm radiators. Ideally a 360 and a 240.
Lastly if you do plan to liquid cool your gpus, I'd forget about getting the ASUS STRIX GPU's and go with the ASUS Poseidon 980 ti GPUs, as they come with water connections built into the factory air cooler. Meaning you can do both liquid cooling and air cooling.
Case wise, I'd recommend something a bit larger than the 350D and better airflow, such as the Corsair 450D, Corsair 750D, Fractal Arc Midi, Fractal Arc Xl etc.