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Mind you I have a Mitx board in the bh4 case. The res fits quite well actually. Not sure if I'm gonna do a custom or not. May turn top area above gpu into a window/ custom resivoir. But he res I have now works great. Would be easily fill able. And you can use the led brace as a spot to mount res clamp. As for the pump it fits well in front of board. I plan on coming up and over the pump with mobo sleeved cables
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Looks good, how are you finding the fit for the reservoir? I had a similar pump top with the DDC. How is the clearance for the radiator? If this is doeable without modding then I might do the same or go with the Alphacool pump that has been mentioned in this thread.
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In the BH4, can anyone confirm if this arrangement (to accommodate an atx PSU) is feasible? Probably just double-side tape the SSD mount in place.



Sorry, won't fit. The problem with trying to fit an ATX PSU into the BH2/BH4 is height...

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Correct, the BH2 and 4 are designed for SFX PSUs since they are getting larger wattage units produced now from multiple companies.
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It looks like the Alphacool DC310 might be a good fit as well as the Eisberg (you can even take off the copper heatsink with screws which is neat). There might be a possibility of turning this into a full loop using this method with a regular Supremacy block.
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Yup, got a box of those here.

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Yup, got a box of those here.


Whaaaaaat!?! How are the 120mm high speed for the bullet case front?
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Whaaaaaat!?! How are the 120mm high speed for the bullet case front?

Seeing as how I don't have a Bullet case here, I can't answer that. However, when up against even a standard fan grill these do pretty well. Better overall than the Silent Wings 2- more performance eeked out of these ones at the similar, if not lower, noise levels. I need to test more to get a thorough answer though.
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Anyone ponder putting a single slim 120 rad below on the gpu side of the drive tray? Should fit. I want to keep the front fan grill open and want a little more than a 240 slim rad cooling my 4690k Cpu and 780 gpu. Just a htpc but if it fits I'm gonna try to slam it in there. I'd be cutting a 120mm hole in the hardware tray and probably be push pull. I'm only running 1 ssd and one hard drive and will just custom mount them both in the right side... Been brain storming different ideas all day.
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Anyone ponder putting a single slim 120 rad below on the gpu side of the drive tray? Should fit. I want to keep the front fan grill open and want a little more than a 240 slim rad cooling my 4690k Cpu and 780 gpu. Just a htpc but if it fits I'm gonna try to slam it in there. I'd be cutting a 120mm hole in the hardware tray and probably be push pull. I'm only running 1 ssd and one hard drive and will just custom mount them both in the right side... Been brain storming different ideas all day.

It should work. However be mindful that if you fix the radiator to the drive tray you will not be able to take the tray out to get access to the bottom compartment easily since you will need to disconnect the radiator...I would try to come up with a solution where the tray can still be removed while the rad is there so you can have access to the bottom compartment loop and drain it.
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