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post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by Lach287 View Post

going off what everyone has said i guess i can go either option, put the RAD on the top like MYbadOmens design or attach The RAD underneath the top like yours Tsm106 .
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I dunno what space you have due to mb differences[Tsm106]
i know i have enough room for the RAD being 3.5cm but the extra 2.5cm from the fans im not sure i might just make it without hitting anything

I had a 35mm rad in there before and it was tight but doable. I'm using a vrm waterblock though so the fittings shoot straight up forcing a hard limit on the vertical plane in my build. On air on the vrms, you shouldn't have this limitation so a 35m rad will/should be smooth sailing.
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post #13 of 13
You could always do what I did and use existing holes on the top of the case to mount a huge rad. It worked out very well for me. I spent less than $10 on the hardware at a local hardware store.

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