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1. If the drive bay is removed then would any modifications be necessary with this rad?

2. You build seems pretty awesome and tightly packed. Can you give a complete list of all water cooling components used in your build (just for reference)?[/quote]

If you remove the drive bay that radiator will bolt right in. An XSPC 420 is a little narrower, it will slide in without modification. However it's a thinner radiator and one of the worst performers of it's size.

Water cooling components are, EK 420 up top, EK 280 in front, EK water blocks, EK pump/res combo, with a combination of Bitspower and Monsoon fittings.


Edited by Barefooter - 6/18/16 at 6:25am
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thanks ppl
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Barefooter View Post

1. If the drive bay is removed then would any modifications be necessary with this rad?

2. You build seems pretty awesome and tightly packed. Can you give a complete list of all water cooling components used in your build (just for reference)?

If you remove the drive bay that radiator will bolt right in. An XSPC 420 is a little narrower, it will slide in without modification. However it's a thinner radiator and one of the worst performers of it's size.

Water cooling components are, EK 420 up top, EK 280 in front, EK water blocks, EK pump/res combo, with a combination of Bitspower and Monsoon fittings.

[/quote]

How did you mount the pump/res combo? Is there any need for drilling holes?
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post #9244 of 9593
Hardware Labs make a narrower version of their very well performing slim Nemesis GTS 420 that should work just fine with no modifications (the Nemesis L-series, it's just 140mm wide and 29.6mm thick)
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Barefooter View Post

1. If the drive bay is removed then would any modifications be necessary with this rad?

2. You build seems pretty awesome and tightly packed. Can you give a complete list of all water cooling components used in your build (just for reference)?

If you remove the drive bay that radiator will bolt right in. An XSPC 420 is a little narrower, it will slide in without modification. However it's a thinner radiator and one of the worst performers of it's size.

Water cooling components are, EK 420 up top, EK 280 in front, EK water blocks, EK pump/res combo, with a combination of Bitspower and Monsoon fittings.

[/quote]

1. What tools does one need to remove the drive bay?
2. Can one mount a pump/res combo without having to drill any holes?
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Originally Posted by dbmsts View Post

1. What tools does one need to remove the drive bay?
2. Can one mount a pump/res combo without having to drill any holes?

1. A drill or Dremel (or similar) to take out the rivets holding it in place.
2. Yes, there are a number of options. I use the EK pump mounting brackets that attach to a fan for my pump (they have 3 different variants).


If not usinga EK pump you need to make sure the mounting holes of the pump you're using matches the ones of the EK D5/DDC (50*50mm for the DDC).

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1st and last for both D5 and DDC, middle one only for DDC.
Edited by Wolftame - 6/19/16 at 5:25am
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I see Wolftame has already answered.

I used an existing hole on the back panel and then drilled a few more holes to mount the pump/res.
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Originally Posted by Wolftame View Post

1. A drill or Dremel (or similar) to take out the rivets holding it in place.
2. Yes, there are a number of options. I use the EK pump mounting brackets that attach to a fan for my pump (they have 3 different variants).


If not usinga EK pump you need to make sure the mounting holes of the pump you're using matches the ones of the EK D5/DDC (50*50mm for the DDC).

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1st and last for both D5 and DDC, middle one only for DDC.

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I see Wolftame has already answered.

I used an existing hole on the back panel and then drilled a few more holes to mount the pump/res.

Thanks again guys
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Starting to come along nicely 😁
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Starting to come along nicely 😁
Nice, very nice!
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