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Hey guys, looking to join the club in a couple weeks. Looking to do an internal water cpu+gpu loop in the Enforcer. thumb.gif

Good luck there's not alot of room
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Hey guys, looking to join the club in a couple weeks. Looking to do an internal water cpu+gpu loop in the Enforcer. thumb.gif

If you find a radiator the size of the rad of the H100 it should fit. I remember seeing one that size for sure. Other wise it might be easier to make it external

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Hey guys, looking to join the club in a couple weeks. Looking to do an internal water cpu+gpu loop in the Enforcer. thumb.gif

Just remember to test the cooler for leaks, as computers tend not to mix well with water. smile.gif
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Good luck there's not alot of room
Thanks, I love a challenge though!
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If you find a radiator the size of the rad of the H100 it should fit. I remember seeing one that size for sure. Other wise it might be easier to make it external
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I don't even have the case yet actually, supposed to come in tomorrow. Going to get the tape measure out and see what I can put in there. Determined to have it all internal though because I move my computer quite a lot and I would be too worried about damaging the radiator if it were external.
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Just remember to test the cooler for leaks, as computers tend not to mix well with water. smile.gif
Good tip. thumb.gif
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Thanks, I love a challenge though!
I don't even have the case yet actually, supposed to come in tomorrow. Going to get the tape measure out and see what I can put in there. Determined to have it all internal though because I move my computer quite a lot and I would be too worried about damaging the radiator if it were external.
Good tip. thumb.gif

This is more or less the size of an H100 so I would suggest getting it or something of a similar size :

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=WC-018-BX
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Looks like you can't fit a dual rad up top without drilling new holes due to motherboard clearance issues:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1240559/fitting-a-corsair-h100-into-a-cm-storm-enforcer#post_17180309

Doesn't seem to be any way around it and I'm not sure I like how that looks. What I might try is to fit a 200mm radiator in the front. Anyone tried that?
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For my H100 I didn't drill any holes for the same heason however I only screwed in the middle screws and they still hold the rad firmly. See the pics a page back maybe you can do the same thing.
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For my H100 I didn't drill any holes for the same heason however I only screwed in the middle screws and they still hold the rad firmly. See the pics a page back maybe you can do the same thing.

That's interesting! Does it bother you that when you look at the roof that the radiator is off center though? I'm usually OCD about that kind of stuff haha. biggrin.gif
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That's interesting! Does it bother you that when you look at the roof that the radiator is off center though? I'm usually OCD about that kind of stuff haha. biggrin.gif

Well my PC is next to me so I look at the side not the top tongue.gif However I doesn't bother me when I look at it from the top but that could be because I don't look at it that much tongue.gif It's your choice however I don't think it's such a problem tongue.gif
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Well my PC is next to me so I look at the side not the top tongue.gif However I doesn't bother me when I look at it from the top but that could be because I don't look at it that much tongue.gif It's your choice however I don't think it's such a problem tongue.gif

Yeah looking at your picture has definitely made me warm up to it. wink.gif
Could you maybe advise on how much clearance you have under your two fans? I see the H100 rad is 27mm thick while the Black Ice GTS is 29.6mm thick. Do I have the 2.6mm or will I have to get a Black Ice Pro?
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