I've been planning my water cooling setup for quite some time now in my Obsidian 650D. What I have in mind for radiators is an XSPC EX240 (35.5mm thick) at the top and a Phobya G-Changer 140mm (60mm thick) at the front with my drive bays removed. My question is if you guys think I could squeeze in a gpu block in my loop. I know TTL's instant response would be "NO MATE," but I don't plan to overclock much. the only reason I would want to water cool my graphics card would be for looks
is what I had planned if I had my gpu water cooled as well. Otherwise, it'd be the same, only without the gpu block as part of the loop.
Also, I would rather not add another 120mm rad on the rear exhaust cause that would just cluster up my tubing around the cpu block, which is not ideal to me. This is simply a yes or no question, but if you have any more feedback, it'd be appreciated
For the radiators i've chosen, I've measured out the parts in my case and in the top, I have enough room for one set of fans and a ~43mm thick rad. the EX240 was the thickest I could find with a low FPI that stayed under that limit. the G-changer is open for substitutions but I think it'll be the best I can get in terms of a 140.1 rad.
EDIT: i realized i didnt get the chance to ask this, but would a 240 and a 120 rad perform the same in comparison to a single 360 rad (all rads being same thickness and FPI)? I know that in terms of surface area, they are the same, but what i am questioning is the efficiency/temperature of the coolant split between two rads or just in one rad