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That wouldn't fit in your case lol. The attached picture is how big the Monsta is on top of an Enthoo Pro M. For reference, the rad in the front of the case is the Alphacool UT60 which is 60mil thick.So if I ever decided to go that route, an Alphacool Monsta 360 with the Phanteks fans I currently have would be a good choice, right?
A single 360 would be more than enough for both a stock 4080 and 13700k, and all that would do is over complicate the loop with too many potential leak points and fitting cost. Also a single D5 pump would be enough to keep everything going just fine.One other thing I thought of is would there be any benefit to running a 240mm rad on top, a 360mm rad on the front and a 120mm rad on the rear all in series?
That would possibly require one heck of a pump and also it would require a block capable of transferring enough heat fast enough.
The only way I'll go with a custom loop is if some quality manufacturer comes out with a block that can handle the temp spikes the 13th gen intel processors have.
With the undervolt you currently should be more than adequate if done right. Just had a friend do it with his 13900k that he got Tuesday and highest temp he saw was 72c in a Cinebench run.