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Calling All Phobya 1080 Nova Owners

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Does anyone know how to put together the 1080 Nova + the Box + Shroud?? Sounds easy enough. I don't know how to fit it in or on there as theres ZERO instructions so that the tubing for water comes out. So confusing!

I'm referring to http://www.frozencpu.com/products/18382/ex-rad-484/Phobya_G-Changer_XTREME_Nova_1080_Full_Copper_Radiator_-_60mm.html?id=MnEv9Io2&mv_pc=322

and this box http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14966/ex-rad-338/Phobya_Nova_1080_External_Radiator_Box_-_Black_Powder_Coat_38282.html?id=MnEv9Io2&mv_pc=377

There's not enough room to sit your rad inside of the box with barbs or compressions on it so I'm totally confused. The spacing in the box is also not wide enough for the rads + 25mm fans.... Totally confused.
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From what I can see u use the side ports for the inlet,outlet and u need to use the shroud to cover the other of the rad. I gather it would just stick out? I've used the supernova 1260, but I never had a box or anything for it. Hope this helps!
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Originally Posted by geek2 21 View Post

From what I can see u use the side ports for the inlet,outlet and u need to use the shroud to cover the other of the rad. I gather it would just stick out? I've used the supernova 1260, but I never had a box or anything for it. Hope this helps!

Look at what it's doing. See how it doesn't line up. I'm an Engineer myself so this is very aggravating. Hopefully someone here has one. If I can't figure it out it's going to sit next to my case not in the nice box I bought for it. mad.gif Or Mr. Dremel and his trusty friend cut off wheel is coming out.



Edited by PowerOver9K - 3/19/14 at 8:52pm
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Phobya support never responded. Mr. Variable speed dremel on a flex shaft and his buddy fiberglass reinforced cut off wheel will fix this....
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