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Well I decided I'll just mount the res next to the mobo for now. And when I get my other 2 780ti classifieds and update my loop I'll re-think pump mounting and drill through the bracket and screw the suckers in.

So even though the Velcro is "relatively secure, nothing to rave about" thought I'd do a tiny ghetto Mod and use 2 zip ties to secure it further lol.

*stealth mode on* haha



Edited by z0ki - 4/7/14 at 12:00am
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There we go.. Don't mind the ek anti cyclone being the wrong way I noticed it lol
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wrong thread
Edited by z0ki - 4/8/14 at 2:55pm
post #14 of 14
Best way to mount a pump is with industrial strenght Velcro.
The glue on those will hold even on a roof install.
And the Velcro itself will perfectly decouple the pump.
You won't even need that foam pad of you don't want it.
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