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Case & Rad + Res?

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2019/11/18 16:28:59 (permalink)
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https://www.corsair.com/u...r-Case/p/CC-9011106-WW


https://modmymods.com/alp...-vpp755-v-3-13324.html

With a thicker rad, like a 360x60/80mm, with mounting the the rad at the front on the case, then mounting the res vertically On the inside of the front rad?

Feedback?

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    Re: Case & Rad + Res? 2019/11/18 16:36:33 (permalink)
    EK site: What to look for when buying a case for liquid cooling?
     
    If your Only cooling a CPU 45 mm thick is more than enough & 60 mm should cool 1 GPU & 1 CPU

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    Re: Case & Rad + Res? 2019/11/18 16:44:44 (permalink)
    CPU, one GPU. Wasn’t sure if said case would fit the said setup. At this point I’m seriously just thinking CPU only to keep things less clutter and simpler...

     
     
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    Re: Case & Rad + Res? 2019/11/20 08:20:38 (permalink)
    GPU is the hottest item in the case. If the case will be more cluttered also cooling the gpu, get a bigger case.

    More rad the better.

    I've always made my own pump/res mounts.. but their are rad mounts for a combo pump/res one can buy.. ek makes it easy for theirs.. https://www.microcenter.c...nting-bracket-vertical

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