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  1. The easy way to tell is look up a block for a reference card,Most will give a list of all the reference cards that block will fit.And with amd most of the time a reference card is a blower card.
  2. They probably will make it one,But we have zero idea tell the cards come out.
  3. The problem i see is both links only fit amd reference cards,Which your thiccc isn't a reference card its a aib pcb.There is a water block only for your gpu https://www.alphacool.com/shop/grafikkarten-wasserkuehler/amd-fullsize/25912/alphacool-eisblock-aurora-plexi-gpx-a-radeon-rx-5700-xt-thicc-ii/iii
  4. I will add to this,For the cpu block look at heatkiller and xspc,Both are the top end blocks for the threadrippers.
  5. Here is a build in that case
  6. in the front of the case yes,The top i fully think you can also.That case is bigger then it looks,The core of it is a view 71 with new panels stuck on it.Now push pull on a 45mm rad is overkill to me,I would only go push pull on a 60mm or thicker but its up to you.
  7. What size are both rads tho ?The define 7 xl looks nice.Other options are lian li o11 dynamic xl and phanteks enthoo 719
  8. I would change the case for something with more airflow.
  9. For the time and money it would cost to rig up what you think,You could buy a 360 aio if not two of them.
  10. Email antec and ask whats the warranty coverage of their aios
  11. And ek tr4 blocks are not known to be the best cooling for the socket either.
  12. Exhaust in the top is fine,And push or pull is up to you.It makes zero different cooling which way you do it.
  13. I would skip it,If its a oem case a lot of them used micro atx boards,Most cases back then had really bad airflow vs today.And the fans are 80mm the biggest.