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post #401 of 8682 Old 01-05-2010, 10:45 PM
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stacked? it's possible
Yup, a guy over at xtremesystems did it.
I'd give you a link, but that forum is down right now.

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tiggs you think we can fit a 360 rad on the bottom like you did with the 240mm?
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Another thought, you could do dual 240's.
Yes it would be possible if you have the right power supply and you would have to have it on the side of were the cables do NOT come out of the power supply.

Meaning, I would have about 1 to 2mm's from my HX850 corsair PSU, but if I had a 1000 watt PSU then no it would not fit.

I agree you would have better luck with placing dual 240 rads down there as I have seen the one on xtremesystems as well. That is actually where I got the idea of how to place my bottom RAD.

What would be great is get the solid panel from corsair for $20 and place the 240 RAD grills on both sides then put your two 240 RADS down there and cut and create your own window in the solid panel.

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I might replace the window with a mesh grill.
Also not sure what to do with my dual bay res. Either grind a grove down it or bend the drive supports in. I'm not really planning on buying a different type of res, so I might just bend the supports.
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i like the window mannn lol anyway i wonder if corsair can make one like that add a window but something smaller than the currrent one so i can add a mesh on both sides


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i like the window mannn lol anyway i wonder if corsair can make one like that add a window but something smaller than the currrent one so i can add a mesh on both sides

Yeah It would be nice if they would do one, but it can easily be Modded with this panel here https://shop.corsair.com/store/item_...spx?id=1171683 and then just cut out for the RAD mesh and what ever size window you want.
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i dont trust myself with a dremel tool when cutting lol


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well here are some pics i got to uploading, this is the first loop











haven't had time to clean it up but looks sweet so far


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i dont trust myself with a dremel tool when cutting lol
LOL I hear you. Give it a shot, it's only $20 "you can do it"
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well here are some pics i got to uploading, this is the first loop



haven't had time to clean it up but looks sweet so far
Very nice, can't wait to see how your going to put the RAD down below. Are you thinking about or getting the fans with the white fan blades.
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If you check out my post on the last page I done something similar.

I was half way through fitting a mesh side panel myself when I changed my mind and went for the 200mm fan on the window itself.

The only way I could have mounted the mesh panel was to cut the screws that are built into the case (To screw in the window, see my pics on previous page)

Once cut, I was going to use plastic weld or Scoth 4010 tape to hold it on place.

There is no doubt that a mesh sied panel would do wonders for this case.


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I might replace the window with a mesh grill.
Also not sure what to do with my dual bay res. Either grind a grove down it or bend the drive supports in. I'm not really planning on buying a different type of res, so I might just bend the supports.

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