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This is hard to answer because everyone's preference is different. Our recommendation is to place one 360 rad in the side-rear to outtake air from the side panel, and the outer middle. Please excuse my poor writing, but the photo below may give you a better idea of what I mean. biggrin.gif Please let us know if you have any more questions.

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Hi,


I am seriously contemplating buying this case for an all new petg Ryzen build. It will be the first time I use hard tube so I want to make sure I don't make my life overtly hard.

I would like the build to be as silent as possible so want to install two 360 radiators. Would any owners have recommendations about the airflow in such case? Would it be best to mount one at the front for example and one on the second compartment(I don't want/need the drive tray). I suppose both fan triplets should then be configured as intake to bring in fresh air from the front, my worry is that this will negatively affect the operation of the second rad(as I am feeding it hot air from the first one). And then the even hotter air will go over the mobo to cool those components. Are these worries at all justified or is the impact realistically going to be minimal and I don't really need to worry about too hot air temps within the case?

Any input from owners or vendor rep would be much appreciated smile.gif


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You honestly dont need 2 360 rads because your ambient temps in the room are going to determine how well your system cools anyway. I did a EK PE 360 up front and a EK CE 140 in front of the psu, i also tried to fit 2 360's in the front chamber but you cant unless they are around 30mm thick. It also depends on what kind of res and pump you plan on running, my EK 140 res n pump combo just fits with my 980 Ti in the main chamber. My advice is to run a 360 up front with 3 fans on the opposite side for airflow and maybe run a single 140 rad on the bottom. If you do choose to run dual 360's they need to be slim to fit your fans and also a tube res.
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Hi,

Thanks a lot for that info! That's really helpful before I order 2x45 360 rads smile.gif. The case will arrive tomorrow, so I will have a look at the clearance and what is possible, I was thinking of maybe 1 360 and one 240 so I can spin my fans at lower rpm. My pump I haven't bought yet but was planning on a mcp355, res I will get a tube res from ek depending on what and where I can mount it, not sure about size yet. Another thing I could do is buy an ek140 res/pump combo.

Anyways, thanks a lot for the advice and will start a build log when I commence the work. I'm not afraid to do some modding either, but would like to keep it to a minimum.(I had to do quite a bit to fit my current 360x180x45 into my silverstone raven 4 case, had to take the angle grinder to the bottom compartment as it wouldn't fit lol)


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You honestly dont need 2 360 rads because your ambient temps in the room are going to determine how well your system cools anyway. I did a EK PE 360 up front and a EK CE 140 in front of the psu, i also tried to fit 2 360's in the front chamber but you cant unless they are around 30mm thick. It also depends on what kind of res and pump you plan on running, my EK 140 res n pump combo just fits with my 980 Ti in the main chamber. My advice is to run a 360 up front with 3 fans on the opposite side for airflow and maybe run a single 140 rad on the bottom. If you do choose to run dual 360's they need to be slim to fit your fans and also a tube res.
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This is hard to answer because everyone's preference is different. Our recommendation is to place one 360 rad in the side-rear to outtake air from the side panel, and the outer middle. Please excuse my poor writing, but the photo below may give you a better idea of what I mean. biggrin.gif Please let us know if you have any more questions.


Thanks for the answer, that looks like a good idea, so I can exhaust 1 360 directly on the side, and then have a slim on the middle compartment. This will also leave space for pump plus res in front compartment. I think I might just do this hahaha.

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I was hoping to get some advice on radiator placement for the radiators from my cpu and two gpus with hybrid kits. I started with the following set up but I was hitting temps of 65c-69c on the top card (rear radiator) and the radiator for the second card was below the pump which is not recommended and hitting temps around 62c.



I figured the high temps on the top card could be attributed to the warm air coming from my bottom card and from my cpu radiator exhausting through the radiator of the top card. After doing some research and thinking about it for a while, I decided to buy a new AIO cpu cooler that had longer tubes than my previous one and mount it at the very front. Leaving the middle mounting point for the two gpu radiators, one in the top spot and one in the bottom spot (top radiator covers the middle a little bit so I had to put the 2nd at the bottom rather than middle).




This setup still leaves the radiator of the bottom card slightly below the pump, which again is not recommended. Given my options, this is the best I could come up with. For reference, ambient temp was around 72f when the given temps were recorded. Also, I am trying to stay away from custom a loop given how much I've already spent on my current equipment. I've been at this for a few days so any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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my version of the 509 ROG edition


a huge Thanks to In Win for the help in this Asus Project

look at Maximus X Hero product page on Asus web site and you will see the build smile.gif



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Looks amazing! thumb.gif
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