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If you get a "Kit" get no less the the Swiftec ones....They are easy to upgrade and are high quaility parts..If you want to go custom let us know...Get this one if you can...Swiftech H20-220-APEX ULTRA CPU Liquid Cooling Kit


You can add a double rad to this one later on, and 1/2" tubing as well..Swiftech H20-120 Premium 120mm Water Cooling Kit
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not to sound dumb but was looking at the pic of
"http://sidewindercomputers.com/swh2edukit.html" and once fitted how the hell do u access ir PCI slots etc !!
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not to sound dumb but was looking at the pic of
"http://sidewindercomputers.com/swh2edukit.html" and once fitted how the hell do u access ir PCI slots etc !!

no its not a dumb question. But I see why your saying that now that I look at your case. When you put that little rad box jig on your exhaust fan you are suppose to mount the radiator on that. But in your case its a problem because your case doesn't look like a full tower. So if you mount the radiator's top section to the rad box it hands over your PCI slots. If you mount it the other way around the heat off the psu can escape and it heats up the radiator.

Sadly since your case is smaller. You are stuck using a single 120mm radiator or you gota do some cutting on your case to fit the bigger one. maybe if you use 2 single 120mm radiators in a row you can achieve the cooling of a 2x120mm radiator and get away with not cutting. It will add a little resistance in your loop but I bet it would work. If you did this get a high cfm fan to blow through them in sequence like that.
post #14 of 15
Just cut into the case and mount it above your PSU.
Either that or cut a hole on the side of your case, towards the back of the mobo...theres more than one way to skin a cat!
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Those rad-box's are two piece, they slide into each other and are held with 4 screws...It's pretty easy to take off and put back on...If you have to mount it higher you could always make a exhaust shield between the PSU and rad..Just a little piece of sheet metal or coil stock half-way between them..
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