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good god, arn't you afraid your res and rad are going to snap off the back of the rig? it looks like its bending in one of those pics..
nope,its design to hang like that check here http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=20585





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Also here for info about the Radbox.
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Cool!! just copied the screen shots and will use as a referance to build mine. when I get my V6 from Fred
    
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no, Iget Res part. I mean how all that is only held on my 4 zip ties that hold the lower fan onto the stand off section that then screws into a intake piece that screws into the case. I dono but it seams like alot of possiblitys for weak links. I cant stand flimsyness so I make sure everthing is bolted down well like it was machined to fit so its rock steady for moving to Lans. But its however you wana do it.
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no, Iget Res part. I mean how all that is only held on my 4 zip ties that hold the lower fan onto the stand off section that then screws into a intake piece that screws into the case. I dono but it seams like alot of possiblitys for weak links. I cant stand flimsyness so I make sure everthing is bolted down well like it was machined to fit so its rock steady for moving to Lans. But its however you wana do it.
its very sturdy, trust me,i check all the parts If you dont like the reservoir you can also use this..it's not as big



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post #46 of 74
uhh, that's the reservoir that he's using.

Just a refresher, he's using a H20-220-APEX-Ultra Kit.
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err.. im not a fan of all acrylic reservoirs.

I have this one right now.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/22...0c97s167#blank

maybe not your cup of tea. but to me its clean and stylish, thermally functional, and mostly metal so it makes me happy.
post #48 of 74
Whoa, my bad. Didn't realize that this thread got hijacked.
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not so much hijacked more like evolved..
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I say,if your afraid to cut holes then just mount it externally. back or top of the case.
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