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i atm have a rs360 at the top of my case, and the pump/res in my 5.25 bay, but i was wondering if they make a smaller water kit for 2 gpus? and if so, like if i bought the rs240, where would i put the radiator and fans? and pump/res for that matter?
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i'd put the 240 in the top of the haf and the 360 on the back of the case
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hmm, people have done that, could i do it 360 at top 240 on back? but there is only 1 140mm exaust hole, so how does the other 100mm of rad get good air flow through? and put rad on, then fans behind it, so fans arent inside case right?
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I Have a RX 360 up top on mine things are a little tight in the case but I can easily add a 120 in the bottom next to the psu if choose to do so or I can mod the case by chopping off 1/2 the hdd cage at the bottom and toss in a 240 its all about creativity with hybrid cases such as the HAF.
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I took of the side fan on my HAF and bolted an MCR220+fans on the inside. I've also experimented with it on the outside using the pass-thru holes, but you end up with some very long tubing lines. The challenge is arranging the tubing so you can still take the side panel off!
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Mind posting a pic d0g I am kinda curious as to how it looks.
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Here's a pic of a rad on the outside. The top fan is inside the case, the bottom fan doesn't fit because I'm using GPU blocks that aren't multi-GPU friendly. As you can see, lots of tubing used for this.


Here's another mount on the inside. Everything fits in rather easily like this.


Here's the tubing "loop" I use so I can still take the side panel off. It sort of "folds" into the case very nicely when everything is closed up.


Every few months or so I tear it apart and experiment again. I've yet to find the best way to pull this off. Perhaps I'll try with some quick disconnects next.
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i'd put the 240 in the top of the haf and the 360 on the back of the case
why the heck would u do that? if anything id put the 240 on the back on a radbox not the 360.

also if ur handly with tools u can cut the bottom part of the HDD bay out leaving only 2-3 of them for your HDD"s and put the rad on the 120mm vent and cut a new whole for the 2nd fan on the bottom, something like this...

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also if ur handly with tools u can cut the bottom part of the HDD bay out leaving only 2-3 of them for your HDD"s and put the rad on the 120mm vent and cut a new whole for the 2nd fan on the bottom, something like this...

If you look under the psu there is a spot for a 240 rad. All you have to do is cut the hdd cage then re mount the psu in the front. That was saves you the trouble of cutting a big hole in the bottom of your case.
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