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Nice, I have one of these on the way myself. I was wondering if they sold an adapter for the other side. I would love to run some push pull on one of these rads. Did you pick up a set of feet? I'm interested to see how those mount.
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Nice, I have one of these on the way myself. I was wondering if they sold an adapter for the other side. I would love to run some push pull on one of these rads. Did you pick up a set of feet? I'm interested to see how those mount.

The feet I did not pick up but they are easy to mount takeing 1 screw on each side corner and yes they do sell adapters for the other side for 9 120mm and also 4 180mm
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Did you buy another plate for the second set of fans at time of purchase BababooeyHTJ?
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Did you buy another plate for the second set of fans at time of purchase BababooeyHTJ?

To tell you the truth I don't think push/pull make much of a diffrence
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I actually use one of these rads myself, and its a little wonder. I have a delta-T of around 3 to 4 degrees with low noise/low rpm fans from noiseblocker running between 700 and 1000 rpm (Aquaero XT monitored). tongue.gif
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Did you buy another plate for the second set of fans at time of purchase BababooeyHTJ?

No, I didn't know that they sold one. I would have had I known. I'm sure that I'll pick up a second set of fans later on down the road.

Also the rad feet are pretty shoddy. It lifts one corner of the fan off of the rad. I'm probably going to pick up some weather stripping to try and close that gap. Hopefully it won't be noticeable. You can't tell me that they couldn't come up with a better method.
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No, I didn't know that they sold one. I would have had I known. I'm sure that I'll pick up a second set of fans later on down the road.
Also the rad feet are pretty shoddy. It lifts one corner of the fan off of the rad. I'm probably going to pick up some weather stripping to try and close that gap. Hopefully it won't be noticeable. You can't tell me that they couldn't come up with a better method.


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Yeah, I was tempted to go with that mount. It is very nice but I just placed an order for the 1080 box and faceplate. If need be I'm sure that I can come up with some nice feet. I'm thinking that its probably big enough that I won't need them.
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Yeah, I was tempted to go with that mount. It is very nice but I just placed an order for the 1080 box and faceplate. If need be I'm sure that I can come up with some nice feet. I'm thinking that its probably big enough that I won't need them.


Why? Get the stand. That's the what you do, cuz you'll end up modding to get to a full stand anyways. And then your box won't be as nice as a stand, nor as sturdy.
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