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I'd have to say a Thermochill PA120.3 or since you are using such high speed fans an HE120.3 if you can find one. Thermochill is #1 in my opinion.
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Originally Posted by ira-k View Post
The GTX will do well with 50+ cfm fans....

Shrouds will help some if you have the room for them...I'd use 120x38mm fans they have a higher air pressure and seem to scavenge air through the rad better...The 86 cfm Pana's are really decent fans for one....


.. Poll: Push or pull configuration for Radiators

..Part 1-Temp's With and With-Out Shrouds

..How To: Make any Sized shroud in 2 minutes



1.5" is what I've alway heard is the optimal depth for shrouds, I've used them as thin as 3/4" and they worked pretty well.The 1.5" does seem to work a little better with them..Be sure ot seal your fans to the shroud and the shroud to the rad, i use clear silicone most of the time to get an air-tight seal.....Aluminum channel is easy to make shrouds with....


i have a pair of ~88cfm fans on my mrc220
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Yeah that size are perfect are perfect, I run 100+ on mine but I have a TEC to...If you just have them on one side I'd do a pull, shrouds will help a little if you have the room for them...I just made my 480 a free standing rad once, just set it behind my case, worked out fine like that..

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