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ye well i have a few options to put the single 120mm radiator , is it simple enuff to install???

if i put the radiator the single 120mm at the back of my case , it will be blowing case air out of the back of the case , if i put it in at the bottom , it will be blowing air into the case which will heat the case up??
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post #12 of 17
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ye well i have a few options to put the single 120mm radiator , is it simple enuff to install???

if i put the radiator the single 120mm at the back of my case , it will be blowing case air out of the back of the case , if i put it in at the bottom , it will be blowing air into the case which will heat the case up??
No, if you put it at the bottom it will just act as an intake of cool air from outside the bottom of the case. This will result in cooler air passing through your rad and better temps. If you put it at the back, you are just taking the hot air from the case and blowing it through the rad which will raise your temps. It's always best to put your rads where you will be able to pass fresh cool air from outside the case through them.
post #13 of 17
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yes , but the 360 rad is at the top of my case , will be blowing air out??...soo i dont want hot air in my case , i want cols air!?
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yes , but the 360 rad is at the top of my case , will be blowing air out??...soo i dont want hot air in my case , i want cols air!?
Yes, you always want cool air coming into your case and the hot air exhausting, that's the whole point of air ventilation. The 360 rad up top will be fine, it will act as an exhaust for the hot air out of the case. With that said, if you're gonna have two rads you probably want at least one of them with fresh cool air passing over it.
post #15 of 17
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yes , but then the rad on the top will be getting the hot air from the rad from the bottom???
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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/72...tl=g30c107s155


this any good???

would prefer a resouver and pump in one....
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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/72...tl=g30c107s155


this any good???

would prefer a resouver and pump in one....
With the type of setup you have and all the blocks you need a really good pump so I would stay away from that.
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