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Here is one

I was thinking of mounting a 240 in the front with an XSPC bay res as well, but am having a hard time with planning a tube route. I would just place it at the bottom, but don't have a good plan of neatly routing the tubes without the GPUs being involved.

Ronnie Hara... Modder


Ronnie Hara... Modder


This is a COOLER MASTER COSMOS S but it has about the same dimensions.
I love the way this guy did his Loop. Soo Incredible.





The only problem I see mounting a res like that in the Trooper is, it will block the cable holes. You could probably still use the CPU, but Sata cables will be a pain if not impossible.
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Ronnie Hara... Modder

Ronnie Hara... Modder
This is a COOLER MASTER COSMOS S but it has about the same dimensions.
I love the way this guy did his Loop. Soo Incredible.
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The only problem I see mounting a res like that in the Trooper is, it will block the cable holes. You could probably still use the CPU, but Sata cables will be a pain if not impossible.

only the cpu water cooled wth.gif And.. lots of airflow restrictions for those massive video cards.
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I just received this answer from Cooler Master Sweden via Facebook.

I somehow doubt that it's gonna work but im gonna shot them an email..
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I just received this answer from Cooler Master Sweden via Facebook.
I somehow doubt that it's gonna work but im gonna shot them an email..

They were pretty fast (within 2 days If I recall) with my question about the fan controller.
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Oh cool.. Just hope it's possible
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The only problem I see mounting a res like that in the Trooper is, it will block the cable holes. You could probably still use the CPU, but Sata cables will be a pain if not impossible.

Just out of curiosity has any one tried mounting a tube res next to the pci slot knockouts about where the pump was mounted in that cosmos s build? Just spinning an idea since that would be visible and mostly out of the way especially if you used velcro to make it removable so that you could still work on/replace your video cards and other pci/pcie devices.
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Hey fellow troopers, I am wanting to build my 1st custom water cooling loop (single loop) but am a total newbie in the WC department. Been reading up alot, but am having difficulty deciding on a couple of questions.

1) What would be a good setup? am thinking of the following: Res>Pump>CPU>Rad (1st Rad on top)>GPU>Rad(side)>Res
2) Would the taking out of the intake fan in the front affect airflow???
3) Any good idea on how to run the tubing?
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Actually.. Truthfully... the Case was designed primarily for All in one H - 100 - 80 -60- 50 Corsair Cooling Solutions. I have the 100 in mine and it works great.
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If I put an E-ATX motherboard in here, will it cover up grommets? I'm getting the Maximus V Formula. It is 12"x10.1"
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Hey fellow troopers, I am wanting to build my 1st custom water cooling loop (single loop) but am a total newbie in the WC department. Been reading up alot, but am having difficulty deciding on a couple of questions.

1) What would be a good setup? am thinking of the following: Res>Pump>CPU>Rad (1st Rad on top)>GPU>Rad(side)>Res
2) Would the taking out of the intake fan in the front affect airflow???
3) Any good idea on how to run the tubing?

1. The only thing that matters in loop order is res before pump
2. I have one fan in the front bottom, I still get great airflow
3. Shortest path is the best
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Originally Posted by unimatrixzero View Post

Actually.. Truthfully... the Case was designed primarily for All in one H - 100 - 80 -60- 50 Corsair Cooling Solutions. I have the 100 in mine and it works great.

Anything under a 30mm rad works great in the top as long as your MB doesn't have a crazy big heat sink up top. In fact a good rule of thumb is as long as there is a fan header above the top heat sink you should be safe with a 30mm rad. thumb.gif
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