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I have a cooler master storm scout with a corsair h60 at the moment I want to upgrade to a custom loop maybe go with the rasa kit but I'm not sure if a 2x120m rad will fit, I don't want to do any case modding but maybe the rad will fit on the door? Will the vents effect the cooling? Or maybe will the tubes fit out of the pcei slots in the back of the case for an external rad?
    
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Best bet is to mount it off the back of the case, I would never consider mounting a rad on a case door, A it might not fit push pull, B you have to allow for the tubing, C opening the case door could pull the tubes and unscrew a fitting, so its just not worth it.

Mounting off the back of the case and been able to see your watercolor components through the size window will be great
Edited by andrewmchugh - 10/2/11 at 11:07am
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Best bet is to mount it off the back of the case, I would never consider mounting a rad on a case door, A it might not fit push pull, B you have to allow for the tubing, C opening the case door could pull the tubes and unscrew a fitting, so its just not worth it.

Mounting off the back of the case and been able to see your watercolor components through the size window will be great
Now this is my first custom build, and my first attempt at water cooling, is there any special mounts I can buy to mount it, I don't Lan or anything so thats not a problem.
    
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Cooler Master Storm scout 
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