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This will all be in one loop and internal in a Cosmos S 1100.

BI GTX360
BI GTS240
Fuzion v1 or v2 (undecided - suggestions please)
EK FC-8800GTS Full Cover block
Laing D5 variable speed pump
DD Bay Res (but considering other options)

Planning on mounting the GTX360 internally on the top of my the Cosmos and the GTS240 in the front of the case (open to other ideas). Need suggestions on fans and comments on this setup are certainly welcome. Can't wait to get back to WC. Don't know why I ever left.
post #2 of 7
The pump is awesome choice, haven't dealt with cosmos yet, but rest looks ok. Only done 2 wc builds both 2 loops. Setup look like a good tight build, good luck (no leaks). btw fuz v2 is my choice.
post #3 of 7
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Any ideas for rad mounting/loop order? Here is what the inside of my case looks like.





I'm definately gonna mount one rad on top since this case was built for that. Just not sure if I want to use a 360 rad or a 240. Does anyone think a GTX240 and a GTS240 would be good enough for my loop?
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Im not an expert on this but you can consider to have a rad between block

ie: PUMP>RAD>CPU>RAD>GPU>RES
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I'm trying to figure out where to put my GTS240 and how to arrange everything. This is what I'm thinking so far, see pictorial below:

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That's similar to how I have it layed out. The rad in the top really works out since you're blowing out all the rising warm air out of the case at the same time as cooling the rad. As long as your general flow goes from bottom to top, that layout should not give you any problems.
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Im considering custom mounting the GTS240 in the bottom of the case, but I'm looking for other ideas as well since that'll be a lot of work.

I also need to figure out where to put a drain line.
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