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STH10 Rad mount question.

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Hey, I have a sth10 on the way and I just want to know if a 140.4 side radiator mount will interfere with the PSU mounted on the same side. I'm trying to mount a 560 rad on one side and a 280 on the opposite side with the PSU.
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Hey, I have a sth10 on the way and I just want to know if a 140.4 side radiator mount will interfere with the PSU mounted on the same side. I'm trying to mount a 560 rad on one side and a 280 on the opposite side with the PSU.


If your using a 200MM long PSU you can fit up to a 360MM radiator on 1 side so yes a 280MM will fit without issues.

You should be able to even use a 220MM Long PSU with a 280MM Radiator and be fine.



You can position the Radiator further away or closer to the PSU by flipping the Radiator Bracket. If you look at the radiator bracket you will see one end has a rectangular shape cutout in it and the other does not. Depending on where you put this it will push the Radiator closer or further away from the PSU.
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Originally Posted by nyxagamemnon View Post

If your using a 200MM long PSU you can fit up to a 360MM radiator on 1 side so yes a 280MM will fit without issues.

You should be able to even use a 220MM Long PSU with a 280MM Radiator and be fine.



You can position the Radiator further away or closer to the PSU by flipping the Radiator Bracket. If you look at the radiator bracket you will see one end has a rectangular shape cutout in it and the other does not. Depending on where you put this it will push the Radiator closer or further away from the PSU.

Okay good, I'm actually gonna be using a AX1500i which is a pretty big PSU.
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