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Hi,
Okay no problem smile.gif
That I know or seen gpu blocks only have 1 inlet and 1 outlet
You show 2 of each.
     
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I saw this loop order here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soluhYbEWjk&t=570s
It look very clean and tidy
post #33 of 95
Measure the case, and figure out what clearances you have. And write down the dimensions of what you can fit in each mounting location. Once you know your clearances, you can start looking at dimensions of radiators. Surface area is more important than thickness of a radiator. You want to fit as much surface area, and with enough surface area you can just use push fans instead of being required to use push/pull at a higher fan speed with less surface area.

If you are going to remove the HDD bays to fit a 120 with pump on top, why not a front 240 radiator? Is there not enough clearance for a radiator there?

I would use a 240 or 280 in top and a 240 in front (both intake). The top may be constrained by the motherboard clearance, and any thicker radiator up there may not work.

For flow, Pump - gpu - cpu - top rad - front rad - reservoir - pump. In general, order doesnt matter, just run the cleanest run you can. I would personally run serial, but parallel like you have in your diagram will work fine, there will just be less flow through the blocks.
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Hi,
Okay no problem smile.gif
That I know or seen gpu blocks only have 1 inlet and 1 outlet
You show 2 of each.

By the looks of it you could put a 240 in front or a 240 on top. for the front mount you'll have to move you hdd to the 5.25 bays. I don't know what case you have but google your case name + water cooling to see other builds in your case. GPU and CPU in a loop will need a 240 rad if your going with low FPI (fins per inch) rad so you can use quiet fans


connecting the CPU and GPU blocks like that is parallel and the water will take the path of least resistance. This means the more constricting of the 2 blocks would get less water flow and maybe a 10% higher temps than if the blocks were connected in series. Link to relevant thread
post #35 of 95
For your new plan, just keep in mind the pump has magnets inside it and when the magnet is too clsoe to hdd cable or hdds it will cause your system to crash randomly, a very bad experince if you do not know whats happening. Which I had tried.

The main dissadvantage for new plan is if intaking air into case for rad. it will cause the case to heat up.
Maybe top and front fans can intake air and only the rad exhuast air.
post #36 of 95
If watercooling both cpu and gpu, rads should intake. As long a you get decent airflow over the motherboard, a slight increase in case temps isn't as important as best water temp.

For air gpu with water cpu, I recommend having rads exhaust. You want to keep gpu temps as low as you can.
post #37 of 95
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I measured the case, I can fit 3x 120/140 rads at the same time
post #38 of 95
Unless you are using all 4 of the 5.25" bays, there is no reason to not put a 240 rad in the top.
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there are only 3 bays, I do not want squeese the tubes near the bar
post #40 of 95
You should have no problem installing a 240 up there. Run the ports towards the rear of the case.
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