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Duuuuude. So bummed. Kinda. Where and how do I mount my Water 3.0 in the case...the radiator fits up top next to battery but the water pump is literally a hairs width too chubby to squeeze thru the little rectangular hole up top. I even removed the metal fixture on the pump that the four screws cover when fixing it to the mobo/cpu...don't light my ass up for not having a different cooler cuz I already needa replace it cuz of it's annoying buzzing sound. But I need ideas for the time being. I already tried unscrewing the copper plate but the screws are a flaming ***** to take out and I have tried literally every screwdriver head type possible tonight. Heeeelp me bruthas. Man down.doh.gif
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post #2 of 5 Old 08-08-2016, 09:03 AM
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I'm having trouble imagining what the issue is but here are some pictures of a 360mm rad and a 240mm rad mounted in the case. hope this helps



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I think he was trying to put in on the inside where the psu is. Not sure either but I hope those pics help him.

If you don't understand can you post pics?
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I think he was trying to put in on the inside where the psu is. Not sure either but I hope those pics help him.

If you don't understand can you post pics?

ahh that would make sense, there is a guy in in "in win owners club" who has his cooler mounted like that, but he had to cut the opening bigger, which is a great idea if hes handy enough
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ahh that would make sense, there is a guy in in "in win owners club" who has his cooler mounted like that, but he had to cut the opening bigger, which is a great idea if hes handy enough

Yeah I know of that, maybe that is what he is trying to accomplish but probably didn't know he had to mod it. Hhhmmmmm.
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