The tubes stick out too much and hit the window. It can still work, but it's putting quite a bit of pressure on the window and the tubes.
EDIT: Using a zip tie as suggested by another forum member works great. Just zip tie the hoses to the case and you won't have an issue.
Truth be told I didn't really want to install the radiator on the front of the grill anyway, but actually behind it. The problem is, the cutout in the case ins't big enough for the CPU block to fit through, as it's designed for cables.
I went ahead and taped off the hole.
Then decided to enlarge the hole with a dremel tool, so the CPU block could fit through.
It works, though I will say it's a super tight squeeze when you install the power supply. My EVGA 750w G2 is 7" long, anything longer would not have worked.
I couldn't use any of the screw tracks for mounting the radiator, as I had to push it as far to the front of the case as I could. Tightening the fans in the front keep it in place pretty tight, so it's really not needed.
Edited by Face2Face - 6/21/16 at 2:21pm