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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-06-2019, 12:54 PM - Thread Starter
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360mm thick vs 240mm thick radiator cooling capacity?

So I'm getting the itch to start another build and I want to go with an ITX case. I picked up a Lian Li PC-Q37 a year or so ago when I saw them and I LOVE this case, it's freaking awesome. My question is: I'm running an OC'd 8700k and a 1080ti on a 360mm x 30mm HardwareLabs 360GTS radiator right now, it really doesn't get that hot under normal conditions and I'm happy with the temps. Would a HardwareLabs 240GTR (240mm x 60mm) have close the same cooling capacity? I'm probably going to keep the 8700k, as it does more than I need really but I was thinking of going with a 2080ti, just wondering how the temps will end up.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-06-2019, 01:07 PM
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depends on what fans you're using and if they're able to push through a thicker radiator or not.

2080 Ti dumps out ~75w more heat than the 1080 Ti, I wouldn't go for a smaller radiator until you see how temps are first with the 2080 Ti.


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Do you have the option to go 2x 240 (30mm) rads? I built this a while back and just stuck a ddc in the back chamber. It's a bit cramped but looks great imo.

You won't be able to close the side glass with the EKWB GPU block though, it sticks out too much. If you decide to water cool your card, go with a Heatkiller block.
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Hmm, I thought about that, just haven't seen any pics of it done, that looks good. Are you running standard 25mm fans under the case or do you have to go with low profiles?

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Under the case requires low profile fans. NF A12x15 PWM if you don't mind the colors

https://noctua.at/en/nf-a12x15-pwm

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Good to know, thanks for the info! I'm taking the lower part off and was going to make some case feet so I'd have to paint the fans but that's not a big deal honestly.

I can see this getting expensive already >< lol

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Motherboard
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Corsair Vengeance LED
Hard Drive
Samsung 960 Pro M.2 NVMe
Hard Drive
Samsung 950 Evo
Power Supply
Corsair SF600
Cooling
Watercool Heatkiller IV CPU Block
Cooling
Watercool Heatkiller 1080Ti Block & Backplate
Cooling
Watercool Heatkiller 200mm DDC Pump/Res Combo
Cooling
Hardware Labs 360GTS Radiator
Cooling
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Bitspower 16mm PETG Tubing
Cooling
Thermaltake RIING Plus Fans
Cooling
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