Originally Posted by Tennobanzai
Ah I get what you're saying about the front and top. If you removed your fan controller to move the front rad up, it would make a 240 on top impossible? Yeah the rear one looks hard with the top as well. I guess if you got really thin rads and fans it might work if you got the extended case lab top. I guess realistically you could only get 2x 120 and 1x 240 rad in.
Well for the pump/res you could get an adapter and put it on the top of the bottom rad/fan.
To first Q: Yes, move the flex bay up, you lose the front of the drop-in mount.
I have the extended top, and it only lets you put fans ABOVE the drop-in plate, and that's all it does for you...
You can't even fit a super-thick fan above the drop-in with the extended top; I tried with a 38mm Silverstone high-flow, and it did not work. Sadness.
Granted, I have a truly LARGE Koolance pump housing holding my Swiftech 655-B, but even if I didn't have it mounted to the case itself, and mounted it to the radiator (via the expandable mount system), I still have the smallest reservoir that Koolance makes for direct
mounting (only 50mm tall off the pump body), and it still takes the space you see. I mean, maybe you get the 140.1 on the bottom, the 120.2 on the flex bay (with no pull fans) and ONLY a 120.1 or 140.1 on the top, but that's saying NOTHING for tubing, cables, lights, etc!
That makes me cringe just thinking about it, my man! It truly does!
Thanks - TEdited by Thrasher1016 - 5/21/13 at 10:27am