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post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by R3_BANE View Post

Yes, I ended up modding the case in order to use my pump and res. It wasn't terribly difficult. There is plenty of room on this case to add a different mount. The bracket seems to only work with the Thermaltake. It is also pretty easy to tap.

Thanks for the reply.

What bracket and res are you using out of interest?

I've looked through your posts again and unless I've missed it I couldn't see any mention of the specific watercooling parts used.

I really don't fancy drilling the case (or tapping holes) in any way even if it's only minor, so it looks like I may just return the case which is a shame frown.gif

I know that EK for example do various mounting brackets, and I was just hoping that one of them would fit the P5.
Edited by OCD guy - 1/26/16 at 11:16am
post #12 of 15
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(UN)Designs Infinite Pump Bracket - Vertical is what I used for the mount. You may be able to find a universal mount. Alphacool Universal Pump Mount might work.
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by R3_BANE View Post

(UN)Designs Infinite Pump Bracket - Vertical is what I used for the mount. You may be able to find a universal mount. Alphacool Universal Pump Mount might work.

Thanks again for the reply (added + rep for naming the parts, much appreciated).

One more thing, to clarify (I know you drilled for the pump) but you drilled a hole to use the (UN)Designs bracket too right?
post #14 of 15
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Originally Posted by OCD guy View Post

Thanks again for the reply (added + rep for naming the parts, much appreciated).

One more thing, to clarify (I know you drilled for the pump) but you drilled a hole to use the (UN)Designs bracket too right?

Yes. I did it for the res and the pump. Although, I did not need to do that for the res. The mounts for the res that was provided by Bitspower will work with the existing mount holes on the case. I just chose not to use them for the res.
post #15 of 15
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MOAR PICTURES thumb.gif

I hope you guys like these pictures. So far, I think these have turned out the best. Unfortunately, I did not see the messy state my sleeved cables were in until I loaded the pictures on my computer. I have fixed it now. Now I just need to work on modding my office wall wink.gif





























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