Sorry for the late respnse guys, been very busy lately.
Originally Posted by Unicr0nhunter
Would it be possible for you to measure exactly how much length the Bitspower D5 Upgrade Mod kit adds to the pump?
I have the Photon 270 D5 combo and it's a really tight fit already. So much so I'm all-but-certain already that there isn't going to be enough space for adding whatever I imagine the few mm's the mod kit would add to it, but still I would really like to know for sure.
Looks like total is about 2 1/4". I dont think your going to have a problem adding a few mm's.
Originally Posted by JambonJovi
What I meant by the Monsta rad is the dual 120mm that is 80mm thick.
You reckon there would be enough space for the res, rad and 4 fans in push/pull,
or is there noooo chance ? The 2 780's do already seem close enough with your config,
but at the same time, it looks nice and balanced / not packed.
Seeing that the Corsair SP120 fan is 25mm thick and the XSPC AX240 radiator is 40mm thick, total thickness in Push/Pull is 90mm.
With a 80mm thick Radiator in Push/Pull would make it a whopping 130mm thick!!
It's possible but I reckon you would need a different Res/Pump setup.
Originally Posted by brandon6199
Great work so far
I ordered the XSPC Photon 170 w/ D5 Pump as well. I should be getting it sometime next week.
Have you thought of converting the fillport on the top of the res into a return inlet? I would really like to do that with mine, however, then comes the question of filling the reservoir in the first place without the fillport.
I have thought about it and they make a M20 to G1/4″ Fill cap Adapter too.
You could turn one of the 2 inlets above the pump to be a fill port. If you try it out let me know how it works.
Originally Posted by ModernAfro
Does anyone know where i can find some pics of people using a 360mm rad in the top of the midi? Would i have to mod a bit? would the front be better?
I am going to try put an XSPC AX360 on the front and take some pictures for reference purposes since I haven't seen it done.
Like the top you would have to modify the case a bit to fit a 360mm front in push/pull. I will post specific details on options when the radiator comes in.
Originally Posted by Failuyr
It looks like you could build an enclosure for the drive and mount the radiator stand on top of it. The only issue with that would be the fact that you have the front 240 radiator mounted with the inlet/outlet on the bottom, but if you switch that upright it would probably work, and could also make it so that the HDD connectors point towards the back of the case, so cable management is easy).
ATM It's mounted up top and the connector faces the back of the case for easy cable management.
Im not using a radiator stand... or do you mean the reservoir/pump stand? Thanks for the Idea! Edited by WilVidz - 11/23/13 at 7:22pm