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Nebulous

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Everything looks good, but you might be a bit underraddaged with just a 360 adding the Ti to it. If you're going that route, add a 240mm rad and you have a fighting chance. Tho the 360 might be up to the task, it will get overwhelmed.
 
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thedarkdad3

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R_Pierce

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Maybe.. We will wait for someone with more experience to chime in. I can say that I run a 360 in front, and a 240 on top, and never have water temps over 38*c. Thats with an i7-7700k and a 1080ti. But with that said, I get much better temperatures out of my custom loop than I did with the Swiftech 320X2 (when just the CPU, no GPU in the loop)