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You probably need a diagram. It sounds like you are putting it parallel to the motherboard, which would be in the large "side" face of the case.

You can get liquid cooling blocks for other components, so they don't need fans.

But it sounds like you case is too small for the stuff you want to put in it.
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You probably need a diagram. It sounds like you are putting it parallel to the motherboard, which would be in the large "side" face of the case.

I have no idea what you are talking about here o_o

also the case is massive, did you check the link I gave? it's just unfortunate that I can't do exactly what I want with it. the rear radiator won't fit in properly either because of a bracket across the top, so i'm going to have to mod the radiator and move the screw holes up a bit. no big deal though!

also I think I found the right slipstreams here; http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=160589103735 so i'll pick up two of those.
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I have no idea what you are talking about here o_o
also the case is massive, did you check the link I gave? it's just unfortunate that I can't do exactly what I want with it. the rear radiator won't fit in properly either because of a bracket across the top, so i'm going to have to mod the radiator and move the screw holes up a bit. no big deal though!
also I think I found the right slipstreams here; http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=160589103735 so i'll pick up two of those.

Yep those are the ones biggrin.gif
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took a couple pictures but the flash on the camera wouldn't work so it's kind of hard to see anything amongst all the black :/

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I have no idea what you are talking about here o_o

My point exactly.
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could you not drill a couple holes to move rad slightly forward away from mb
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Well as I said, i've got another single 120 rad which i'll put two fans in push/pull on it.
Not planning to on the triple rad, not enough room. maybe with 6x slim fans it would work
Edit: according to here: http://www.scythe-usa.com/product/acc/026/sy1225sl_detail.html the slip streams have the same thickness (25mm) as a gentle typhoon. what gives? frown.gif

Those are the regular Slip Stream. You want the Slip Stream Slims. Two of those are as thick as a regular fan, so if you can fit slims in push/pull you can fit a regular 25mm thick fan, which you'd be much better off with.

There are also these 120x20mm Yate Loons, which are probably a bit better than the Slip Stream Slims if you have the extra room.
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