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What about flipping your PSU upside down and mounting the pump on top of that?
    
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double sided tape is your freind, tape it on the mobo tray or something
Yes but where? on the mobo tray? i dont have very much room anywhere... also do u think that i would be able to do what some other people have said bout mounting the res on the pump? i will be getting a frozenQ liquid fusion res?
    
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What about flipping your PSU upside down and mounting the pump on top of that?
Yes i thought about that but not sure if it would work cuz of sli gtx 560s... (srry for double post)
    
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What about getting a smaller res or using a fillport instead to make room for the pump?
    
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What about getting a smaller res or using a fillport instead to make room for the pump?
I LOVE the look of the frozenQ res though
    
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Yes i thought about that but not sure if it would work cuz of sli gtx 560s... (srry for double post)
Since I have the same case, I did some quick measuring for you.

You got 7 cm (2.75 inch) space from the PSU to the bottom graphics card if you run SLI.
    
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post #27 of 32
One easy way to mount a pump is on your rad. You can use Uni Brackets and mount them directly to the rad.
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post #28 of 32
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Since I have the same case, I did some quick measuring for you.

You got 7 cm (2.75 inch) space from the PSU to the bottom graphics card if you run SLI.
Hmm that spud be really close too close I think

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One easy way to mount a pump is on your rad. You can use Uni Brackets and mount them directly to the rad.
Uni what?!? Idk what those r...
    
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U could mount it in between the 2 ports on ur bottom Rad with tape. Might have a funny loop though but its probably the easiest and most logical place to put it
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