Guys, I'm looking to fit a large rad (with surgery) into my SG13, it's not a high powered outfit, I just want quiet and reliable. CPU is i5 8400 and gpu is a Gigabyte GTX1070 mini. So what rad do you guys reckon I should aim for? A 280 has good width but it a little longer than my whole case, I guess I could overhang it to the back if needed A 240 is a good length to fit in A 180 has more surface area that a 240 Has anyone tried any of the Eisbaer range? Im looking at using the pump/block unit to power my loop (DC-LT pump). Alphacool also make a hybrid block for my 1070 that has its own pump, so thats a great option too. Then again, with the external psu I will have room in the front for a D5 and res. So if I remove the psu (G-Unique external) then do I: dual AIO it (120 AIO for gpu and a 240 for the cpu)? (Or 120 in the front for gpu and 140 in the roof for cpu) 240 in side and gpu in roof (riser cable) 240 in roof and gpu in std location 180 in roof So far, I think the best and most radical option is 240 or 280 in the side (rad inside and fans outside, drawing air out of case), D5 in the front, full block on gpu, EK block on cpu, gpu mounted above mobo where psu would have been. What do you guys reckon?