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water cooling inside a Phanteks P400a

hi guys, do any of you have any images or info on a water cooled setups inside this case? I've not water cooled before but would like to cool my pc with a hard pipe system but struggling for a starting point.. cheers

 

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come on guys, some of you must have some advice for me please?

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Cant fit much in that case. Even a 240 rad will most likely hit motherboard components when placed on roof. You could use a thick 360 rad with push&pull in front.

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I thought as much in regards to the top of the case. Would a 360 rad offer enough of a cooling solution for both CPU and GPU? From what I've seen online probably not.

 

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1 hour ago, Macka09 said:

I thought as much in regards to the top of the case. Would a 360 rad offer enough of a cooling solution for both CPU and GPU? From what I've seen online probably not.

For a mainstream CPU and anything up to maybe a 2080Ti/3080 at or near stock clocks it would be fine. Doubt you'd have much overclocking headroom, and I certainly wouldn't want to cool a HEDT or heavily overclocked enthusiast desktop processor based system off it unless you can tolerate 1800+RPM fan noise.

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No. Definitely wouldn't be able to cope with the noise with fans having to run at that speed

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