Master of Cramming
- May 17, 2016
In addition to the crossflow rads @dondan just proposed, there are some rads with extra ports.* Speaking of cooling: This gets me back to the clash I cannot resolve and have mentioned above.
My design still has a radiator inlet fitting clashing with the GPU water block (my other clash got sorted by getting the ultra low profile ram)...
...and that means my copper radiator will need an additional inlet port here:
Their thickness might be an issue though...
HWLabs SR2 140 (Width: 153mm Height: 173mm Thickness: 60mm)
Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 (Width: 144mm Height: 189mm Thickness: 45mm)
@aquelito from France had added two ports to one of his rad by soldering two fittings to it:And, as this is requiring rather profound metalwork skills and special equipment (I don't possess either - and leaks aren't an option!), what that really means is that I need to find someone who can do this, ideally within the UK.
Any volunteers coming forward/ recommendations/ introductions are very much appreciated!
I guess you don't plan on using any SATA connectors as the right angles ones of your ASRock x570 mITX/TB3 motherboard come into the PSU.Finally, as someone asked earlier whether board and PSU would fit into the case: