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I liked the performance of the Phobya 1260, but couldn't find any case that would house it comfortably. Although MM Extended Ascension was an option, there would have been quite a bit of custom drilling and even then, airflow wouldn't be all that super. So I set about to make a radbox. And as long as I was making a radbox, I decided it should be a dual radbox. And that the 1260s should be running fans on both sides. So I bought two radiators and fabricated fan templates so that I could mount 220mm fans on both sides. Below is a pic of the dual phobya 1260 radbox. Don't get discouraged from using those bigger radiators. My temps at idle are about 1C above ambient, and 2C above that following Prime95

Nice- what are you running on the loop? I assume you mean coolant temps ? Got a build log?
     
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Originally Posted by Thorvald View Post

How about we use the existing mounting holes on the inside edge and create a new "inner" door that allows the 120.9 to be swung out on a good sized set of hinges.
It would bolt right into the vertical/horizontal brace holes all along the edges.
Remember for the Mora3, it has chassis mounts built in, we don't need to use the large-hold-it-by-the-fan-holes method, no idea on other rads.

Hmmmm. Just had a thought, that came to me when I looked at the Phobya Nova feet (http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13157/ex-rad-250/Phobya_Nova_1080_Radiator_Mounting_Feet_-_2_Piece_38233.html?tl=g30c95s162): could these be used to create the hinge for a Nova?
Ie:
Install 2 HD horizontal accessory rails running across the inside of a TH10.
Install the Nova feet on the top and bottom of the rear of the rad.
Bolt the feet to the upper and lower accessory rails (I might also try installing a foot at the front of the rad that would not be bolted to the rails to carry part of the load when the rad isn't swung outwards). Keep this loose enough for swinging outwards purposes.
Edited by sdolson - 2/9/12 at 6:36am
post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by Kevin_CL View Post

The TH10 and MH10 both have the ability to mount a 120.9 with the new super mount.
The MH10 is shown here, but if you check out the MAGNUM Case Owner's Manual & Accessory Guide you will see a pic of the TH10 mount.
Currently the only case that can house that monstrous 140.9 is the TX10.. thumb.gif
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