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post #61 of 987
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Originally Posted by Duality92 View Post

Not between the window and panel. Between both panels, where you'd hide cables basically.

The width of this : http://www.overclock.net/image/id/12239418

Then just under two inches.
post #62 of 987
It looks nice, I really like the XSPC block. Just a question, how did you install the reservoir on the side?
post #63 of 987
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Originally Posted by juantrox View Post

It looks nice, I really like the XSPC block. Just a question, how did you install the reservoir on the side?

Thanks!

Mounting the pump/res was the hardest to solve. The P3 lacks the case size to mount it like the P5, right between the rad and motherboard. The included pump mount is for the Thermaltake pump/res combo and there are no adapters to mount the D5 in a similar fashion.

So my solution used two "brackets" that came with the XSPC kit to mount the Rad to a case. There is a mounting slot to the right of the rad that I attached these brackets to, then to the pump/res. At first I really didn't like the solution, but with push/pull on the rad it became an almost prefect solution per functionality. Aesthetically not so much but I'm ok with that.



A picture is worth a thousand words.
post #64 of 987
Hi owners, I was wondering if it is possible to mount fans inside the case?

I want to run a 420mm Monsta radiator in push pull but have one set of fans inside the case if that makes sense. Is that possible? I'm aware there are HDD mounting brackets there that I am going to cut out, just wondering if anything else would foul.

Thanks
Edited by vanq69er - 8/1/16 at 12:26pm
post #65 of 987
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Originally Posted by vanq69er View Post

Hi owners, I was wondering if it is possible to mount fans inside the case?

I want to run a 420mm Monsta radiator in push pull but have one set of fans inside the case if that makes sense. Is that possible? I'm aware there are HDD mounting brackets there that I am going to cut out, just wondering if anything else would foul.

Thanks

You'd have to cut the tabs for mounting hard drives.

post #66 of 987
Thanks very much for the info! I was also curious about a push pull config, seems you sort it out very well! Can't wait for my stuff to show up so I can start building it... biggrin.gif
post #67 of 987




Removing those tabs looks like a paint in the....but if you are dedicated
post #68 of 987
Thanks for the pictures dude! Any chance you could take one from behind with the side panel off showing the front panel loom? Thanks heaps
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Removing those tabs looks like a paint in the....but if you are dedicated
post #69 of 987
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Originally Posted by vanq69er View Post

Thanks for the pictures dude! Any chance you could take one from behind with the side panel off showing the front panel loom? Thanks heaps

That is with the side panel
post #70 of 987





I Changed my Pump/Res mount. I drilled two holes in the Original mount plate and screwed it into the same slot as before. I then mounted the res to it.

I also added my AX360 to the Rear of the case. It was pretty easy and I think it looks pretty good. Wall mounting is out of the question now.
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