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That's been my thought, Jeppe- the liquid cooling being in a hotter than normal environment is transferring only so much into the radiator and soforth- I'm going to try leaving the case off and plugging the panaflo into my sunbeam rheostat and see if I can't get a higher CFM than the 7v that's off the rail. Gotta love 20v of goodness.

We'll start there and work forward.

Devman

OT- The lian Li v2000b is a disgustingly pretty case with more room and modability than I thought possible in a case- and the layout is superb. When your fiance says that your PC is pretty- it's a good case.
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Okay, update-

Wired my fan into a fan controller that rates to 20v- did not help temps any. Left case panel off case for night- 27c at idle with a 41c case. That works for me- I just need airflow in the case.... and maybe another 120.1 radiator...

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I would get a 220.1 HE, BIX II, or a Dual Heatercore.

It'll be more compact and less room for error, unless you can't fit a dual radiator in the case
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Okay, update-

Wired my fan into a fan controller that rates to 20v- did not help temps any. Left case panel off case for night- 27c at idle with a 41c case. That works for me- I just need airflow in the case.... and maybe another 120.1 radiator...

Devman
well if thats it then upgrade ur case to 1 that gets beter air flow
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I would get a 220.1 HE, BIX II, or a Dual Heatercore.

It'll be more compact and less room for error, unless you can't fit a dual radiator in the case
Not without hacking up the case- and at 250 for a case, that ain't happening. A single 120.1 PA should do fine in addition to the 160 that will stay in the bottom of the case- that's certainly the equivalent of a 120.3 according to the figures from Thermochill- the x1900xtx just runs crazy hot.

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