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post #171 of 326 Old 01-04-2012, 04:26 PM
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as a rule, you have to be able to lift it on your own when it's fully loaded and filled. once you can't lift it, you have to mail it to me.

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as a rule, you have to be able to lift it on your own when it's fully loaded and filled. once you can't lift it, you have to mail it to me.

As a rule - if you've managed to fill it you might have created a black hole and may have bigger problems biggrin.gif
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i meant with water... yeah it is probably impossible to FILL a TX10. if you manage to do that .. i dont know what will happen. smile.gif

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Hi Jim,

I notice from another build by KidKB, the MAC-198 TX10 Super Mount - 140.9 mount doesn't fit in properly with Mo Ra 3. Please advice.

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I'm afraid we found a problem with the 140.9 mount that we (meaning me) missed on the MORA 3 radiators frown.gif It appears that they use a variable fan spacing 15mm one way and 17mm the other. What possesses engineers to do things like that is beyond me, but needless to say we'll get it solved and replace the ones out there redface.gif

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I'm afraid we found a problem with the 140.9 mount that we (meaning me) missed on the MORA 3 radiators frown.gif It appears that they use a variable fan spacing 15mm one way and 17mm the other. What possesses engineers to do things like that is beyond me, but needless to say we'll get it solved and replace the ones out there redface.gif

This is what I discovered too.
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Mo Ra 3 with NoiseBlocker PK-3 Fans reference (Horizontal 15mm spacing & Vertical 17mm spacing)
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Thank you Jim! Have emailed you on my orders. Do want to proceed asap! wink.gif Btw, please include the new version of the 140.9 super mount in my order.

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Accessory idea - the back plate for the thermal chambers can fit a 360/420 rad, might be nice to make a make a mount for that also. Might clash with the other rad mounts though unless the rad is super thin..

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I'm afraid we found a problem with the 140.9 mount that we (meaning me) missed on the MORA 3 radiators frown.gif It appears that they use a variable fan spacing 15mm one way and 17mm the other. What possesses engineers to do things like that is beyond me, but needless to say we'll get it solved and replace the ones out there redface.gif

Hey Jim, a friend concluded the reason for the 17mm fan spacing on the MORA3 140.9 or 120.9 radiators is due to the 140mm cable routing, else they would landed outside the fans why might gets ugly.
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Ok, that makes sense. It sure would be nice if radiator manufactures actually talked to each other though frown.gif 20mm spacing still works better anyway - more room for sleeved cables. Hardware Labs got it right the 1st time...

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