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Jelly :[ But yea man that sounds awesome all the way around. Sometimes the minimal mods are the best looking ones. And I feel you about execution, I am not happy at all with my MOBO tray cut, and I will be redoing it here soon. Speaking of another rad, I have been meaning to ask this. I know that 540mm of rad will cool just about whatever I throw at it, but I am nervous for running in a series Rad > CPU > GPU. Like just going straight from component to component without another rad (even if its a single 120) to dump some heat. Will this cause temp issues? Like is it worth it to try to fit another rad in there for dumping heat or is going in that series going to be ok?
Don't be nervous about running loop components in serial, the overall loop temp will stabilize regardless of component order (the only rule with component order is have the pump follow straight after the reservoir) and the most restrictive component of the loop will dictate the overall flow-rate of the loop as well...so long as you have enough radiator surface area, airflow, and flow rate, to handle the heat load of your system components, you will be fine.

I plan on running a highly overclocked CPU, and cooling mobo vrm, ram, and possibly 2 gpu's, so I need all the rad space I can cram into my FT02, hence the extra 120 and 240mm rads i will be fitting in mine..I may even be running two D5's and two reservoirs mounted to the 240mm radiator with a Singularity Computers Ethereal dual mount, that's something I'm still mulling over.
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Don't be nervous about running loop components in serial, the overall loop temp will stabilize regardless of component order (the only rule with component order is have the pump follow straight after the reservoir) and the most restrictive component of the loop will dictate the overall flow-rate of the loop as well...so long as you have enough radiator surface area, airflow, and flow rate, to handle the heat load of your system components, you will be fine.

I plan on running a highly overclocked CPU, and cooling mobo vrm, ram, and possibly 2 gpu's, so I need all the rad space I can cram into my FT02, hence the extra 120 and 240mm rads i will be fitting in mine..I may even be running two D5's and two reservoirs mounted to the 240mm radiator with a Singularity Computers Ethereal dual mount, that's something I'm still mulling over.
Holy crap! Yea, cooling what, 5 components? You will definitely need some extra rad space! And thanks for the advice regarding parallel, it still makes me uneasy, but this makes me a little more comfortable. Maybe I'll run soft tubing for a while, that way if I have to I can just add extra rad in the future a little bit easier. We'll see what happens though. Your project sounds awesome regardless though man, if you get it up and running make sure to toss me a link!
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Holy crap! Yea, cooling what, 5 components? You will definitely need some extra rad space! And thanks for the advice regarding parallel, it still makes me uneasy, but this makes me a little more comfortable. Maybe I'll run soft tubing for a while, that way if I have to I can just add extra rad in the future a little bit easier. We'll see what happens though. Your project sounds awesome regardless though man, if you get it up and running make sure to toss me a link!
Will do man, it'll be awhile in the making though, just sold my X99 rig, and probably wont have a new system till July-ish once I receive my tax return

In theory this should be the most hardcore FT02 build thus far, apart from maybe ZenMods Fallout 4 FT02 build, mine will just have a beefier system in it...his is hands down the most highly modded.
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