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Watercooling question regard: Radiator, water flow route

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I have never built a watercooling PC, but dying to build one in my next PC build.

So iv come here to ask you guys for help.

I have seen a lot of youtube about watercooling and i like what i see, yes it cost but something i always wanted to do.

I have drawn a rough picture of things I think works, so it's nice if you look at it and tell me if there something wrong with it and why.

I have understood that there are two types of radiator as standard and x-flow.

In the drawing I have drawn up x-flow but are not sure if they are any good as the water flows only one way.

As you can see, the blue arrow show where water flows. Iv heard never cross tubing so that why i did this way in a circle.

You may ask why two radiator? one might work also.. but with two radiator you can then put lower RPM fans to reduce noise. (that what i think, tell me if im wrong)

And yea, im new to this forum and hi to you all :-)
Date: Apr 21, 2017   


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