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Any possibility you could measure the total width, I want to stick one of these in my 600t.
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Any possibility you could measure the total width, I want to stick one of these in my 600t.

If you mean 'width' as in the side on view in the first photo it is 136mm. If you mean width as viewed from the front of the case it is about 208mm. Note there are 2 versions of this rad, the one shown here is the earlier version which I got from KustomPCs.co.uk. The other version has different dimensions and is taller by about 7mm.
The cooling effect of this rad setup is amazing - it has knocked about 20 degrees C off my CPU temp under load.
Edited by PinzaC55 - 5/12/13 at 3:06pm
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If you mean 'width' as in the side on view in the first photo it is 136mm. If you mean width as viewed from the front of the case it is about 208mm. Note there are 2 versions of this rad, the one shown here is the earlier version which I got from KustomPCs.co.uk. The other version has different dimensions and is taller by about 7mm.
The cooling effect of this rad setup is amazing - it has knocked about 20 degrees C off my CPU temp under load.

That is perfect! Thanks
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I'd love one but I think I'm a little too far away to be economical (Melbourne, Australia).

You can buy this rad and similar on a site called The Koolroom in Australia.......they are in Geelong Victoria...and they are cheaper shipping than PCCG and they include insurance in the shipping cost unlike PCCG that charge it extra.

The v2 one

http://www.thekoolroom.com/product/phobya-xtreme-200/


Also a fan to use

http://www.thekoolroom.com/product/nzxt-silent-rifle-bearing-20cm-fan/
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Yea I had to drill holes on the front of the Phantom 820 to get this to fit, but I think it was definitely worth it. Once I get all of my other rads in there the case will look nice and complete with that front 200mm rad thumb.gif

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That is perfect! Thanks

YW. There are 2 other things to remember with this rad - theres a bleed screw on the bottom (or top depending how you install it) so if you have it on the bottom it would be best if you are able to cut something like a 1 inch hole in the bottom of your case to access it. Also, the rad is supplied with two metal blanking plates but the screw holes are different on each - so the CM Megaflow fans will fit straight to one plate but the other needs 4 holes drilling and the fan to be fixed with M3 X 10 screws and nuts. If you use the shrouds you also need eight M3 X 25 screws only.
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