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Quote: Originally Posted by TwilightRavens View Post
On mine I had it mounted at the rear as an intake (where exhaust fans usually go) in push/pull on a Corsair H75i and had the top fan as an exhaust, CPU temps were a hair warmer that way but by all means not terrible 83C under extreme loads (loads i'd never see usually) but now they are mid 70's. Best to have the rad for the GPU as an intake though since Pascal deals with boost clocks via temps and that would net a few degrees cooler at the expense of a few degrees on the CPU.
I was thinking about getting a h75 and then because its a 120mm rad fan size & putting that as an intake on the bottom 120mm fan intake. So did you have your gtx 1080 on an aio? what kind of temps were you getting?

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