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Cooler Master Storm Trooper [360]

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  1. SIGSEGV

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    this is my first time experience in pc water cooling. i'd like to watercooling my current processor along with vrm and gpu. i already watched the video about modifying cooler master storm trooper case to be fit with 360mm radiator but personally i don't like that idea.

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    To reduce stress and increase the flow rate, I would recommend going from the cpu, to the vrm, then to the GPU. This works with gravity. Though have you already got it like that? What is the flow direction in this loop?
     
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    CPU always goes first in a loop (after radiator). The VRM blocks are typically higher resistance in all honesty I would use whatever the board came with stock, but if you chose to use them that is the correct way to setup that loop.
     
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    The H100 you have is plenty for the cpu,you should just get a single 240 rad just for the gpu and be done with it.
     
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    you're right, but unfortunately my H100's coolant has leaked. Moreover i found its coolant was flowing outside core radiator then spreading into the edge of fans :( . I didn't know why it got leaked terrible like that. In the next future i had a plan to SLI the gpu and get a single rad 240 to cool them both.

    yes, the process (flow direction) diagram shows like your idea. thanks
     
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    ordering EKWB water cooling kits from EKWB slovenia. it takes too long to arrive with around 15 working days.
     
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    sorry, i don't have much time to write the build log but i'll try to write it up.
     
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    Looks pretty good. Need some pics of the inside:)
     
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    A single 240 radiator wouldn't be enough for SLI/CF GPUs. Stick with the 360.
     
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    thanks for your suggestion :toast:
     
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    Hey, could you tell me your specs?
    With name of light and watercooling if possible :)
    Thanks
     
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    how did you make the cover for the psu at the bottom of the case? i plan to make something similar in my 750D.
     

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