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Ok good to know lol
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Could you also cut the wall by the CPU cooler and mount a bigger rad there? If you put a block on the CPU?

OC'd a 570 does really well, it can match a 580 and do better on higher OC.

I'm not sure whether the point of this loop is added cooling capacity or lower noise, but you should remember that the HW Labs is going to want high CFM/static pressure fans; 80mm high speed fans are going to be about as loud as the 570 anyway. The 580/570 block from EK is very good though, I have it myself and it performs well and looks great.
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Originally Posted by SaltwaterCooled View Post
Could you also cut the wall by the CPU cooler and mount a bigger rad there? If you put a block on the CPU?

OC'd a 570 does really well, it can match a 580 and do better on higher OC.

I'm not sure whether the point of this loop is added cooling capacity or lower noise, but you should remember that the HW Labs is going to want high CFM/static pressure fans; 80mm high speed fans are going to be about as loud as the 570 anyway. The 580/570 block from EK is very good though, I have it myself and it performs well and looks great.
I have decided to put a HW Labs Black Ice GTX M184 instead with 92mm with two Scythe Gentle Typhoon 92 mm Ap-13s.

And i dont know what you mean by cutting the wall by the cou cooler becase thats the front of the case lol and it would look pretty stupid, im putting a 120rad on the exhaust fan with to ap15s so that should be more then enough
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That box at the bottom is where the AC power cable plugs in. You'll probably need to relocate the outlet to fit a rad down there.
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