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Pull config fan with Rad

Discussion in 'Extreme and Water Cooling' started by bobster, Mar 29, 2012.

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    I have 1x120.1 in the back of case and 1x120.1 on the intake of the case and im planning to cool an Ivy Bridge i5k and Radeon 7870 or GTX670.

    I'm assuming that it should be enough radiators to do the job quietly
     
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    It will be but higher temp deltas than 120.3+... Maybe run 140.1 or 180.1 on intake? What case again?
     
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    In winter weather you should be ok (Syd is real cold now), but going with rule of thumb you need atleast 120.3 with the set up your going for.. Saying that get a thick rad and some good fans and you should be ok if you arnt OC'ing..
    My 980x was sitting at 13degrees! this morning...

    Winter is coming!
     
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    Problem solved :lol:
     
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    OC is not my biggest concern but I saw a photo of one guy that fitted a Corsair Liquid cooler with cable ties to his graphics card and that give better temps than the stock cooler so im confident that it will give me good temps.
     

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