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Notice that I plan to run the 400W TEC at 12V, that should generate less heat
    
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Well what you are talking about is going to need a LOT of surface area on the rads(note the s you will need more than one). I'm no pro on this w/c+pelt stuff but say you buy a 437 pelt and half volt it. Off the top of my head lets say that alone produces 250 watts of heat. Then you have the cpu itself producing another 200. Then ONE gpu making 150. Right there is 600watts worth you have to be able to get rid of. 750 if you add another gpu.
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I plan to use Termaltake Kandalf LCS, and want to get an estimate of how many heat watts will I have to dissipate....
If you plan on using the built in watercooler ....gah... your system will die a bad death.

If you look in my sig, I mounted a Black ice (GTS) 360 in the front of a Thermaltake Armor, this might be a better choice over the LCS.

I second the need for a 480 GTX if you plan on playing with TEC's.

Though you might be able to have an external "box" for a couple rads (the 240 GTX and maybe a 480, or heck the 2x2 120mm radiator you can get off Performance-pcs.)
    
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lol
oh yeah,POWAAAAAAAHHHH!!!!!!

My question is:Kandalf built in 360mm radiator+120mm Silverstone copper radiator+240mm Black Ice II all with, lets say 18db-1600rpm fans could get rid of that much heat?

I was considering modding the top of the case to add another 240mm rad or perhaps a 340mm rad if it fits,any suggestions on how to fit more radiators on the tt Kandalf LCS?

I forgot to mention that It will all be pumped by a Swiftech MCP655 Pump at 4 or perhaps 5 speed setting.
    
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lol
oh yeah,POWAAAAAAAHHHH!!!!!!

My question is:Kandalf built in 360mm radiator+120mm Silverstone copper radiator+240mm Black Ice II all with, lets say 18db-1600rpm fans could get rid of that much heat?

I was considering modding the top of the case to add another 240mm rad or perhaps a 340mm rad if it fits,any suggestions on how to fit more radiators on the tt Kandalf LCS?

I forgot to mention that It will all be pumped by a Swiftech MCP655 Pump at 4 or perhaps 5 speed setting.
NO NO NO NO NO

DO NOT USE THE BUILT IN LCS!

Their Rad's are pretty crappy, and don't hold a candle to good Swiftech, black ice, or Thermochill rads.
    
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If you plan on using the built in watercooler ....gah... your system will die a bad death.

If you look in my sig, I mounted a Black ice (GTS) 360 in the front of a Thermaltake Armor, this might be a better choice over the LCS.

I second the need for a 480 GTX if you plan on playing with TEC's.

Though you might be able to have an external "box" for a couple rads (the 240 GTX and maybe a 480, or heck the 2x2 120mm radiator you can get off Performance-pcs.)

Thx for the advice, I also have a thermaltake armor case with a black ice 240mmm, where did u put your DVD-RW¿? Black ice 360 must have taken all the front face of your case!.
    
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NO NO NO NO NO

DO NOT USE THE BUILT IN LCS!

Their Rad's are pretty crappy, and don't hold a candle to good Swiftech, black ice, or Thermochill rads.
how can a radiator be so bad to advice against using it if given to you by default?

Don't see why, copper heatpipes, I know it's based on an AC radiator and does slow the flow a bit but having a powerfull MP655 pump should compensate...
+ most reviews of tt Kandalf LCS are quite positive..
    
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Thx for the advice, I also have a thermaltake armor case with a black ice 240mmm, where did u put your DVD-RW¿? Black ice 360 must have taken all the front face of your case!.
I wish I took pictures of the front.

I popped out the little tray thing, and the radiator is sitting right on the bottom of the case. Surprisingly I have enough room for the optical drive, and the top power switch bay thing.

I just used some foam to insulate the sides of the radiator from the inside of the bay area's. Then I I used fasteners of sorts (pieces of metal 1/2 inches wide, fairly thin, and that have holes every 1/8th of an inch; usually used to support copper pipes) that screwed into the radiator, and the other end secured it to holes already in the front of the case.

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how can a radiator be so bad to advice against using it if given to you by default?

Don't see why, copper heatpipes, I know it's based on an AC radiator and does slow the flow a bit but having a powerfull MP655 pump should compensate...
+ most reviews of tt Kandalf LCS are quite positive..

What reviews have you been reading? (Newegg reviews don't count for anything, usually little kids write them).

Thermaltake uses tubing based some what on an auto radiator, but not really. They were originally ment to be filled with oil, not water. So their performance is a bit less.

Thermaltake makes amazing cases, and great air coolers, but they Water coolers should be avoided (read the thread on "watercooling parts you shouldn't buy" in the watercooling section).
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I wish I took pictures of the front.

I popped out the little tray thing, and the radiator is sitting right on the bottom of the case. Surprisingly I have enough room for the optical drive, and the top power switch bay thing.

I just used some foam to insulate the sides of the radiator from the inside of the bay area's. Then I I used fasteners of sorts (pieces of metal 1/2 inches wide, fairly thin, and that have holes every 1/8th of an inch; usually used to support copper pipes) that screwed into the radiator, and the other end secured it to holes already in the front of the case.
Nice I did a pretty simiar thing with my armor, except that I had more room because of the smaller dual radiator, used foam in the same manner as you did.
    
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Nice I did a pretty simiar thing with my armor, except that I had more room because of the smaller dual radiator, used foam in the same manner as you did.
This is kind of what I was trying to model mine after.

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