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  1. Would that not result in the hot exhaust air hitting the glass plates and just getting sucked straight back into the case to recirculate through the radiators though due to the negative pressure it would create
  2. Hi everyone, there are some really great looking builds here! Thought I'd join the club and show my build with this case that I did last summer and since added a few bits and tweaks here and there. This is the first time I'd attempted a rigid tube loopI've got my eye on one of those Barrow distro plates but think I'll stick with the helix res for now. I'm very happy with the case, despite weighing a ton due to all the glass it's very roomy and easy to build in. The glass panels are somewhat restrictive though for high airflow radiator fans, I can drop a good few degrees on coolant temps by removing the front panel so thinking of attempting to make a bigger standoff to increase the gap for air to get in. Also a question for those of you with dual radiators in this case, how do you have your airflow set up? I've currently got mine with both rads as intakes (top and front) with a 140 rear and 120 bottom exhaust. Warm air does seem to recirculate out from the bottom and sides and get sucked back into the front rad but still cools better than the entire 420 in the top using the hot air from the front rad when I had it set to exhaust. What has worked best for you guys? Specs: 8700k @5Ghz ASUS Maximus Hero X MSI RTX 2080ti Seahawk EK X 16Gb G.Skill Trident Z 3466 EVGA Supernova 850G2 Acer Predator XB321HK & LG 27UD68 Monitors 2x M.2 SSD, 2x SSD, 1x HDD Loop: Alphacool XPX CPU block, EK Seahawk GPU block, DDC 18+ Pump w/ XSPC highflow top, Alphacool Helix 250 res, EK CE420 rad in top with Vardar fans, Original Gen 2 BlackIce 360GTX in front push/pull with Vardars and XSPC fans
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