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ira-k what if i just did like maybe a 240mm rad for the cpu and another 240 for an sli or crossfire setup

im looking to upgrade to the new p45 soon and get a pair of 3870's or 4850's
my proc, x3210 should oc quite nicely

btw right now ive got my processor running on a single 120mm radiator i swapped out the old radiator in my corsair nautilus for a black ice pro and i currently have and 86cfm panflow sucking through it
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ira-k what if i just did like maybe a 240mm rad for the cpu and another 240 for an sli or crossfire setup

im looking to upgrade to the new p45 soon and get a pair of 3870's or 4850's
my proc, x3210 should oc quite nicely

btw right now ive got my processor running on a single 120mm radiator i swapped out the old radiator in my corsair nautilus for a black ice pro and i currently have and 86cfm panflow sucking through it
Oh OK Bud, I forgot that you were modding one of those out...I remember you now.......Yeah you should be OK with that...If you can afford it I'd just go a head and grab a 360 for each, its not much $$$ to go from a 240 to a 360, most of the cost is just the first 120mm of the stinking things......But 240 would do if you get a decent one and use medium cfm 120x38mm fans...I really like these, decent air flow and pressure and not a lot of $$$$.86cfm Pana..On a BIX these would really be a lot better and are my favorite rad fans.115cfm Panaflo-SVC...A BIX does best with 100+ cfm fans, but it would still work real decently with the 86's...A Bonnie heater core is a good one and not a lot of $$$ either.....
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ok kool but on an antec 900 where would you recommend putting two 360 rads
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