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post #11 of 15
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Cool thanks, so avoid the 2.2. :-)
post #12 of 15
Keep in mind that I have BL-Drive in second 5.25 bay. When I put BL in the first bay I have no room to put the power cables for that drive :/
The fittings I sue are Monsoon's and they are VERY TIGHT.

Everything depends on the size of the res and pump. With small pump like mcp35x and the super small res (like swiftech micro res http://www.members.optusnet.com.au/beperfect/logpic/res01.jpg) hiding it in 5.25 bay should be possible
post #13 of 15
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the advice,

Well the CPU should be arriving Monday and then i'll start putting it together and get it working using the old gpu, hdds and install from my last build for now and the stock i7 cooler frown.gif. Suppose I'll soon know if I can't fit the b-ray writer in the top slot. It's probably gonna hang upon whether or not it will fit up there whether I can do what I planned or look at using that micro res instead
post #14 of 15
Thread Starter 
Update.......

The dvd drive fits in the top bay just fine, I have however backtracked on my decisions slightly by going for a dual bay res after all. I went for a frozen q dual bay res with a red helix. with a bitfenix recon fan controller fitted as well theres still plenty of room in the bays to mount my pump (swiftech mcp355 with xspc top).
post #15 of 15
Hi

link to my thread regarding same topic, should help.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1347062/new-loop-for-ft02-q-a
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