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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-17-2020, 12:06 AM
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In a Phanteks mid tower, I have 5 rads: 1 x 360, 2 x 280, 2 x 140. I think that's more than 3 x 360. You just need to get creative. Cases are wide and short, so 140mm wide rads make more sense if you want to cram as much cooling as possible.

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One thing I liked about this case is that it doesn't look so big to support three triple radiators, but it does so with ease. As for the temperature of the hard drives, if you are going to put mechanics you can interspers between the two cage some small fan, I have done it. If they're SSDs, you don't need it.



I will have two 10tb and a 4tb.


How did you put a fan in the cage?






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In a Phanteks mid tower, I have 5 rads: 1 x 360, 2 x 280, 2 x 140. I think that's more than 3 x 360. You just need to get creative. Cases are wide and short, so 140mm wide rads make more sense if you want to cram as much cooling as possible.

Already have two 360mm rads, and all my fans are 120mm.

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There were some interesting cases coming out but with the situation who knows when we see them. How many have the cash flow to actually show up at computex this year.

I have an 011XL myself (dual 54mm rads) and i decided just to add an heatkiller mo-ra3 420lt for extra cooling.
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How did you put a fan in the cage?

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