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Is It a good idea to have the AIO Radiator at the Front as an intake and 1 120mm fan at the rear as the exhaust

Is It a good idea to have the AIO Radiator at the Front as an intake and 1 120mm fan at the rear as the exhaust, Im asking because i have the i7 7700k and i'm upgrading from my Cryorig H7 air Cooler to the Arctic Liquid Freezer 240 and i don't have any fans on the top of my case, My case is the M20 Gladius.
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  1. that ius how I set up my single radiator aio syetm, watch the direction of the fan (exhaust is always towards the bracket holding motor) and set one to push into radiator and one to pull; out of the case and your will be set, when you check your computer once a month, take that fan out and vacuum the radiator as it will collect dust and crap (in my house cat hairs)


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  2. ok, thanks, i was just paranoid that my components like the GPU or Motherboard can overheat since i would have only 1 exhaust.
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  3. if your worried you can use an empy pci slot and put additional fan that will draw from inside and push outside your case such as this.
    Antec 77094 Slot Case Cooling Fan
    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA6ZP44E2966&cm_re=fan_slot-_-35-129-025-_-Product
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  4. Also one more question, will the Artic Liquid Freezer 240 fit the M20 Gladius case
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    1. gladius M20 with a single radiator aio with twin fan image so yes that fits



    2. was not able to see any pre made on google, but that said it looks like the front of the case permits for twin fans you could push out air towards the front of case if the radiator reaches that spot, which I am incapable to confirm if it does. otherwise I don't see where else you could mount a dual radiator, and unsure if you have clearance for radiator + fans on the front of that case before the bezel is put back

    I would say.. no
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  6. So i have to get the Arctic Freezer 120?
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  7. yes I know and I answered your question, the first image was to confirm a single rad fits, as for a dual rad, I believe your will have serious fitment issues, but maybe someone else can prove me wrong.
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  8. Quote:
    So i have to get the Arctic Freezer 120?


    by the case design I would say a single rad with twin fans would be only solution, that said is the artic 120 is the best one for your i7-7700K, that, I cannot answer, but it will fit on the case
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