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ok, just for clarification, Is there a way to mount the black boxes that hold the fans (the ones with the speed controller) on the front of the case without the metal HDD cages? Because i haven't seen one online and i have been looking at a HUGE amount of examples of people putting rads in the 1200. none of them keep the original fans/grill, but i would like to keep that if at all possible. Thanks
    
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Intel p4 3.0Ghz Intel i915P/i915G Revision B1 Nvidia GeForce 7600GT 2GB OCZ-400 DDR1 
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Intel p4 3.0Ghz Intel i915P/i915G Revision B1 Nvidia GeForce 7600GT 2GB OCZ-400 DDR1 
Optical DriveOSMonitorPower
2 x DVD-RW Windows XP SP3 Home Benq FP202w Thermaltake 430w 
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Antec p180 
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Yes, I have a 120.2 in my 1200 front with them. I did not have to do any drilling either. You might depending on the L bracket size used. The brackets ar on the back of the rad and the rad is positioned that the plastic fan box thing butts up like it was screwed in but its not.
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