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post #72 of 79
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How did u mount the pump like this?
Did you nmake your own bracket? or did it come whit the case?

Tyvm
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How did u mount the pump like this?
Did you nmake your own bracket? or did it come whit the case?
Tyvm
//Alex

They come with a mounting bracket already, you just gotta find somewhere/a way to mount it.
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They come with a mounting bracket already, you just gotta find somewhere/a way to mount it.

not the mount for the pump. im refering to the bracket he has on the top of the HDD cage. the "big one" that he screw the pumps bracket in to.
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not the mount for the pump. im refering to the bracket he has on the top of the HDD cage. the "big one" that he screw the pumps bracket in to.

That thick object between the two?... That could easily be a piece of foam (usually included with pumps for them to sit on) or something of the like.
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That thick object between the two?... That could easily be a piece of foam (usually included with pumps for them to sit on) or something of the like.

haha no the piece of metal JUST under the foam tongue.gif
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I did make the bracket for the pump. Cut it,bent it,paint and the mounted the pump..it was really the only place I had
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.I have come to a point with my love of PC building where I think it’s time to move on. I remember coming to this site and spending hours upon hours looking through the post getting great ideas and checking out all the new original ideas.

Some of the builds where just so refreshing and ahead of there time. Slowly all of the great builders left the site and some stopped building all together. If anyone would like to still see the builds they are on my Youtube channel found here.

Burnt out? I don’t know…… I build for the build..if that makes any sense, so with that I leave you with this. Do something different. Do something that will make people want to emulate what you have done. Be original and always be helpful.

It’s been fun.

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.I have come to a point with my love of PC building where I think it’s time to move on. I remember coming to this site and spending hours upon hours looking through the post getting great ideas and checking out all the new original ideas.
Some of the builds where just so refreshing and ahead of there time. Slowly all of the great builders left the site and some stopped building all together. If anyone would like to still see the builds they are on my Youtube channel found here.
Burnt out? I don’t know…… I build for the build..if that makes any sense, so with that I leave you with this. Do something different. Do something that will make people want to emulate what you have done. Be original and always be helpful.
It’s been fun.
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Gonna miss you mate but I know when you are coming from.smile.gif
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