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Am currently in process of buying new pieces for my new pc and needed some help regarding the AIO.

I will be getting the 4000D airflow and choosing between the h150i or h100i (Will be paired with a 5900x and 3070ti). Would it be better to have the 240mm h100i exhaust out the top or the h150i intake through the front. My thoughts were a 360mm radiator would perform better but I have heard that an exhaust AIO would be better for overall temps. Will be buying some SP elites to fit the rest of the case slots so both configs will have the same amount of fans.

Never built with an AIO before so I have no idea which works better so any advice would be helpful

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an exhaust AIO is always worst, since you exhaust the heat from the GPU. It will always have a higher baseline temperature compared to a front mounted AIO intaking fresh air.

 

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Look at this Video

 Does Radiator Placement Matter? Hint: YES

On 4/19/2022 at 8:12 PM, LeDoyen said:

an exhaust AIO is always worst, since you exhaust the heat from the GPU. It will always have a higher baseline temperature compared to a front mounted AIO intaking fresh air.

 

I Think You have already seen it but there is some more info in the video why it makes a difference and how impact-full the GPU cooling solution is 

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.. and a 3070 Ti may produce more heat than 2017 cards 😉 so the impact he measured would be greater today

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