I have (2) CaseLabs external 360mm rad mounts and (1) CaseLabs internal 360mm lateral or drop in or side mount whatever we want to call it.
BOTH would require slight modification (to line up the mounting holes) and mount the 120mm + 240mm MultiPort array.
Like the EK UNI D5 mount, I would need to mark and take to Jeremy at PPCS and pay him $20 or whatever. Not so bad since all modifications would be hidden by either rad or fans, would still look amazing.
I'm testing the Blacknoise fans, will place some graphs up tomorrow, they spin at lower rpms than say the Sanyo Denki Industrials and are a bit lighter in overall mass.
Also seem to push slightly less air at the same rpm as their Sanyo counterpart.
They are in a nutshell what you would suppose as a hybrid between the current eLoop fan as we know it and the normal Industrial fan lines from Nidec and Sanyo and Delta.
They do not weigh nearly as much, yet maintain the same basic design, push slightly less air and are much quieter.
Held the Hardware Labs Multiport baby rad 120mm in my hand with the Blacknoise Industrial 120x25 on top in push and the rad becomes VERY cold to the touch with only 40 to 50% pwr applied off an A6 channel.
Heavy droopy eyes, brain becoming convoluted, yet still so excited.