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I recently did a build in the same case. I used a 360 x 55 mm rad at the top and originally used a 360 x 60 mm rad at the bottom but the bottom rad had a couple of leaks. So, I replaced it with a 360 x 30mm rad. I also installed a 240 x 30 mm rad on the side. I used a Singularity Protium Ultimate 150 D5/Reservoir combo. My MB is a GB X570 Aorus Extreme. With the 55mm thick rad installed in the top position along with the fans there is very little clearance between it the MB which made it some what difficult to install it along with 2 8pin EPS cables plugged into the MB at the top left. With original 60mm thick rad at the bottom clearance was marginal but workable. The 30mm thick rad I ultimately used provide better clearance. Part of the clearance issue is the use of E-ATX MB.
Your 86mm thick bottom rad along with fans will probably cause clearance issues. Would suggest going no thicker than 60mm.
The 45mm thick top rad should be fine. The 60mm thick rad for the side will probably be to thick, suggest no more than 45mm thick for that rad.
The build you reference is using 3 360x38mm rads.
Good luck with the build.
Gigabyte X570 Aorus Extreme
PowerColor RX 5700XT Liquid Devil
MSI RX 5700 XT Water cooled
GSkill F4-3600C16D-32GTZN X 2
Samsung NVMe EVO 970
Samsung SSD 850 Pro
GB Aorus NVMe Gen4 SSD
Optimus Foundation water block/custome loop with 360 rad.
Lian Li 011 Dynamic XL
MS Win10 Pro
Liquid Metal Conductonaut used on CPU and GPU
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