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I've got a 240 just lying around after I replaced it with a 480 if ya want to go a little cheaper than buying new.
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Ok which 240 would you recommend and it would it be able to handle a 580 as well?

Also to answer your question I'm not sure how long it will take but if it's anything like MSI's rma it could taken 3-5 weeks
A single 120mm radiator is good for your CPU alone. A 240mm radiator is good for your CPU+GPU.

You need 1 120mm section of rad for each block.

I would recommend a XSPC RX series radiator as it is good for low speed fans.
If you want to spend more money I would go for a HWLabs Black Ice SR-1 series radiator because they are better quality.
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