If you would get a bay res you could have the radiator in the bottom with push and pull. This one I use and I like it, its both a res and aftermarket top all in one.
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_318_665&products_id=33423What fittings do you use then?
According to my measurements you should be able to have the tube res in the back if you have 90 degree fittings on the res. Like two of these:
You use 13/16mm tube it seems, which are thicker and harder to work on than the standard 10/13mm ones.
Another problem if you mount the radiator in the bottom is the size of the PSU. If you use the PSU you have in your parts list its 180mm long, and that is too much having a radiator in the bottom in the stryker, it will be too tight. Look at my gallery and you will see what you need in order to have a radiator in the bottom woth push-pull.
Im sorry to say but some of your components are simply too thick and bulky to make it fit good in cases like stryker and HAF seriers. Theres simply lack of planning in this build
. With those thick tubes you would need at couple of 90 degree fitting as least, and I dont get why you bought the monsoon fittings since they are in practice no better than regular straight nipples.Edited by PachAz - 4/22/14 at 8:35am