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A case that can hold multiple liquid coolers?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by papabravio, Jun 20, 2019.

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  1. papabravio

    papabravio Thread Starter

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    I currently have two 1080 TI's and I've been wanting to purchase two kraken g12+h55 to decrease their temperature. The problem is that I already have one liquid cooler ( h100i v2 ) and its radiator takes all of the space of the case. Enough to make it virtually impossible to attach one more liquid cooler, let alone two. So I was wondering what would be the best case that could hold them all? Three to be exact. I'm also on a budget, and I'm not looking for anything fancy, so the cheapest solution to this would be ideal.

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  2. texasbullet

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    Why do you need too many liquid coolers for. How many fans does your computer has right now.
     
  3. papabravio

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    Top GPU is getting 84 degrees on full load (Used to hit 90 C but then I cleaned/changed thermal paste so it went back to 84)

    Bottom GPU is not that bad, as it sits in the seventies on full load and never goes past that.

    At this moment I currently have one 120mm rear cooler. And two coolers that come from the AIO liquid cooling the CPU.

    The rest are the stock coolers my gpus have. I just think the airflow is horrible due to how small the case is, and I'm worrying about my GPU's dying with these temps. That's why I was thinking about getting two more liquid coolers for the GPU and forget about it.
     
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  4. texasbullet

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    The liquid cooler fan(s) should be blowing air out of your computer. If you need to cool the graphics card install or connect the front fan of your computer to blow air in.
    If you install more fans than necessary. your computer will or may run hot.
     
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