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post #11 of 13
From my experience when you are unsure if you can fit enough big rads inside a case. Well... Go big and put them outside. You can even get rads that is 9x180mm that I know of.

But if you get the gigant, and go for the brackets that can mount 140mm fans you can go below 600 rpm and still have enough cooling imo.

I would have gone for one 180 on top and one in the bottom, both forcing air inside the 4 rads and be done with it smile.gif
post #12 of 13
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From my experience when you are unsure if you can fit enough big rads inside a case. Well... Go big and put them outside. You can even get rads that is 9x180mm that I know of.

But if you get the gigant, and go for the brackets that can mount 140mm fans you can go below 600 rpm and still have enough cooling imo.

I would have gone for one 180 on top and one in the bottom, both forcing air inside the 4 rads and be done with it smile.gif

It's simply too ugly... biggrin.gif
post #13 of 13
Then you got radiators like:

http://thermalbench.com/2016/09/12/watercool-heatkiller-mo-ra3-420-pro-radiator/ ( comes in different colors )

https://modmymods.com/phobya-xtreme-supernova-1260-radiator-full-copper.html




If not, you have to work with your case or buy a bigger one to fit bigger rads biggrin.gif
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