Originally Posted by shadow19935
One criticism, you really DO not need a 120 rad in the back.. Just more restiriction and waste of money space time and fittings etc. Other than that looks epic
I did one more check on Wattage/Radding or the config i had in mind and it seems to me the +120 at back is on the safe saide to add.
The AMD 6970 has a TDP of 250(190)W and i got two around
The Intel i7 2600K had a termal envelope of 95W (@ not overvoltage situations w/ is not the normal case)
So i end up in a wattage that sits around (for the sake of the simple calc) 200W+200W+100W = 500W say that it includes the 10isch W of the pump will add itself to water.
If things get pushed a bit one / two tags than you may get into the picture other 50+50+(say as example) 50 = 150+W topping at 650W
Now the RX360 is a good peace of copper fins made rad but if you stay at a delta of 10 (air in-avg water) that you sit around the 500W dissipated without starting to hear airplanes taking off from the case...looking to the good man skinne (linked)
So it look like the 120rad addition is not a bad choice to keep in mind
in the effort of keeping the wattage/raddage in the safe area below 1
I would agree with you that that wattage is rarely if ever presented to the water (if that was your point) and rad in normal situations perhaps (e.g. will be there perhaps only as burst but not as a continuous input to the system unless artificially generated by a stress test)