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post #2531 of 106106
Or you can get a case like the Corsair Obsidian 800D that has space already for a 360 rad up top and plenty of room down below for a pump.
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Originally Posted by oliverw92 View Post
Or you can get a case like the Corsair Obsidian 800D that has space already for a 360 rad up top and plenty of room down below for a pump.
800D FTW. Do you even have the 800D? I see you promote that case over and over, and it looks like you don't have one. I'm just asking I'm not trying to jump on you for promoting it.
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I don't really promote it, i just like it - it's one of the few cases where the manufacturer has actually though about what people WANT and need, not what will make little kids go 'oooo' at the outsides, and then when they get it think 'oh' it looks sick, but i can't fit anything in it'.

I also originally planned a mod around it, but decided not in the end and instead went with the TJ07 (something i don't regret - the 800D is pretty much perfect already, except it could do with more stock rad space)

My favourite case is the TJ07 though - genius bit of design
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post #2534 of 106106
So, I only want to OC a i7-30 and just one 5850 or 470. Would one rad be enough? Does the HAF 932/X have enough room for the other components?

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800D FTW. Do you even have the 800D? I see you promote that case over and over, and it looks like you don't have one. I'm just asking I'm not trying to jump on you for promoting it.
post #2535 of 106106
If you have a decent 360 rad you could cool an i7 and a GPU without a problem. Also the HAF 932 has a ton of space at the top for a 360. This is without modding. With modding I was able to get a 360 and a 240 rad inside. I have seen 2 360s with modding. The case is great for WC!!!
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do you want a full size tower or is medium big enough ????\\
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post #2537 of 106106
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Originally Posted by GriZzlEnLS View Post
If you have a decent 360 rad you could cool an i7 and a GPU without a problem. Also the HAF 932 has a ton of space at the top for a 360. This is without modding. With modding I was able to get a 360 and a 240 rad inside. I have seen 2 360s with modding. The case is great for WC!!!
What loop design would it be? Reservoir>Pump>Radiator>CPU>GPU>Reservoir ? Is there a way to not have hot water go into the GPU?

Edit: I know nothing about water cooling but I had a thought...
What if I did this.... Reservoir>Pump>Radiator(Exhaust)>CPU Corsair H50 Plate>Corsair H50 Push/Pull Intake Radiator>GPU>Reservoir. If I can't Mod the H50 radiator, is their a 120MM radiator I can mount as Push/Pull inside the case on the back?

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do you want a full size tower or is medium big enough ????\\
Me? Either. I'm looking for.. $200 USD and under, good air cooling for non water cooling setup, cpu retaining hole, 360 radiator space in the case, room for pump/reservoir without modding.
Edited by half a moon - 6/4/10 at 4:28pm
post #2538 of 106106
what about a CM 690II (im not just saying it cuz i have 1) but you can fit 2x240mm rads without modding and it still looks neat

i would go res =>pump=>rad1=>cpu=>rad2=>gpu=>res
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post #2539 of 106106
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what about a CM 690II (im not just saying it cuz i have 1) but you can fit 2x240mm rads without modding and it still looks neat

i would go res =>pump=>rad1=>cpu=>rad2=>gpu=>res
I have nothing against the CM 690II. In fact, it's on my list of 5+ cases to choose from.

I edited my previous post. Just to note, the reason I mention the Corsair H50 is because I want to use air cooling for a while and use it as a stepping stone.

How would a Reservoir>Pump>360 Radiator(Exhaust)>CPU Corsair H50 Plate>Push/Pull 120 Radiator(Intake)>GPU>Reservoir compare to what you said.
post #2540 of 106106
same idea
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