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Mounting a pump in the M1 Ncase

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Anyone have a rough idea how to mount a mcp355 in this case? Ive seen a few pictures like this one below

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Im thinking about doing a build in the case also, the ONLY way I could possibly think to get a custom loop in this lil guy would be to use a pump/block/res combo, fill and bleed it outside the case then install it.

the Coolermaster iceburg whatever they call it comes to mind.

EDIT, not the Coolermaster, the Raijintek Triton has a block/res/pump combo
Edited by Sean W. - 11/4/15 at 6:45pm
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i7 5960X @ 4.7ghz Asus X99-A SLI MSI GTX 980 Corsair Vengace 48gig 2440mhz 
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Samsung 850 Evo 1TB Thermaltake Pacific W1 Alphacool 480, 240, 120 MCP655 Vari 
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2x EK full cover 980 waterblocks Windows 10 pro LG 34" 34UM95 Ultra Wide EVGA 850W G2 
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