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Hey i'm getting the black Stacker 830 delivered on wedensday and i was wondering where I could put my radiator on it? It's a low profile DD triple rad. I was thinking about mounting it on the front of the case where the HD cages go but im not sure it will fit.
    
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Sounds good to me. I am trying to add another BIX II to the front of my case in a similar fashion. I think it will be good for additional airfow into the case and to all the other 'hot' components.
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Danger Den has these shrouds to mount on the bottom of the Stacker case......Danger Den :: Radiators :: Black Ice Series :: CM Stacker Bottom Case Shroud
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Danger Den has these shrouds to mount on the bottom of the Stacker case......Danger Den :: Radiators :: Black Ice Series :: CM Stacker Bottom Case Shroud
That only allows a 2x120 mount. He currently has a 3x120 rad. In addition, that adapter is for the original Stacker. The Stacker 830 does not have the precut bottom grill.
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I bet it will fit but where are you gona put your dvd rom and HD's Ex..?
I like the case though especially in black.

man when I was searchin around lookin for some inside pics of the stacker I found this case http://www.3dgameman.com/forums/showthread.php?t=40650

That side panel is sick, to bad its plastic on the outside.
like someone said on that site it reminds me of alien the movie
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That only allows a 2x120 mount. He currently has a 3x120 rad. In addition, that adapter is for the original Stacker. The Stacker 830 does not have the precut bottom grill.

So he would have to cut a hole and have one fan pulling case air..Still a lot easier then modding one into the front of his case...
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all i know is thats a darn big rad. But then again thats a darn big case lol.
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So he would have to cut a hole and have one fan pulling case air..Still a lot easier then modding one into the front of his case...
If he's going to have to cut a hole... why does he need the adapter? He can just cut a bottom hole for a 3x120mm rad!
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If he's going to have to cut a hole... why does he need the adapter? He can just cut a bottom hole for a 3x120mm rad!
Yeah thats true, he could just make his own shroud out of some aluminum channel or something....Or just put his fans between the bottom and the rad...I'd just hang it on the back of my case and call it good...
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post #10 of 13
make some kind of mount to have it sit on the back of the case or something....ORRR...make a rad box that can sit under your stacker or next to it even....lots easier than modding the case.
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