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A question regarding radiator cooling power????

post #1 of 8
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Ok
guys i think I' m going to return my second rad, but my question is this:

with my setup basically only cooling my GPU which is a Radeon 5970 and my CPU Core I7 970 6 core, and ill be using 1 360 xspc RX radiator and another (as yet im undecided which, 120 mm radiator anybody have any idea if that will be enough cooling for those parts?

thanks

Martin
post #2 of 8
Yeah, I think that will be plenty.
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post #3 of 8
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cool good to know, i have 1 more question though, do you know/can recommend a single 1x 120mm radiator which i will be able to mount to my hard drive cage fans in my ATCS 840, as i purchased the 2x 120mm XSPC RX 240, and theres no way i can mount it there.!????
post #4 of 8
My RS360 can keep my 6 core and GTX 480 at bay easily, that's an RS360 a much thinner rad. My Black Ice II Pro 240 rad almost holds my CPU/GPU/and Mobo at acceptable temps (for air at least, nothing overheats). You'll be fine, %100.
 
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post #5 of 8
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yer i assumed it would be enough the only thing that annoys me is i really wanted to run my XSPC RX 360 up top in my ATCS 840 CASE, (which i have done) but also have my 240mm one in front of the cages , could anyone of you guys advise me on a 240mm rad that will fit in front of the hard drive cage fans on an ATCS 840 case, as the XSPC 240 is WAYYYYYY too big for it???? thanks again

Martin
post #6 of 8
Why don't you mount it to the rear of the case?
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post #7 of 8
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Tried that man it doesn't fit due to the screw areas for the GPU cards etc, not only that but the stock exhaust fan grate isn't flat so i can just use a 120mm fan on the outside of the case to attach the 240mm Rad. I would REALLY like to find a 240mm Rad that will fit on the hard drive case , I've seen pics of people doing it , im just not sure what rads they used.
post #8 of 8
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Guys im not going to purchase it right now, my bt my next build after my current one, in a few years is DEFINITELY going to be from here, these cases are EPIC, Mountainmods.com i just wish id known about them before i bought my ATSC 840.

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