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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-10-2019, 08:46 PM - Thread Starter
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Question about radiator configuration in Lian Li Dynamic O11

I'm planning to build a custom loop in the Lian Li Dynamic O11, CPU and GPU blocks and I thought using dual 360mm and 45mm thickness radiators, one at the top and another in the back chamber area in the side of the motherboard tray, but when I searched the web I saw some people complaining that not all rads are supported in that chamber because it conflicts with the I/O front panel cables, like the USB, Power and Reset ones and it's mainly common to EK radiators, now I don't know what radiator to pick, I was planning the EK CoolStream PE 360 or Classic PE 360 (idk the difference between these two honestly) both 45mm thickness, but how do I know it will be compatible? I don't pretend to use radiator at the bottom of the case because my GPU will be vertically mounted.

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And this is the reddit thread I saw:

https://www.reddit.com/r/watercoolin..._and_360_rads/

Seems that rad above 125mm width that are the problem to fit in the back chamber, not the thickness (it says in official Lian Li website that backchamber limit is 50mm, so 45mm would be fine I think?) or the length, so the Classic has 120mm width compared to the ''not classic'' that has 130mm, am I right in this?

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Magicool G2 360 fits perfectly. It looks the same as EK Classic SE(except EK logo), but cheaper. Classic PE 360 also fits.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Bratislav View Post
Magicool G2 360 fits perfectly. It looks the same as EK Classic SE(except EK logo), but cheaper. Classic PE 360 also fits.
So the problem is only with the width that can't exceed 120mm? I can put a 45mm thickness without problem too?

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So the problem is only with the width that can't exceed 120mm? I can put a 45mm thickness without problem too?
If you go with 45mm for the side panel you might need to squeeze the front panel a bit more than this.

That is a 30mm thick rad.


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