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Hi everyone,
I have a question. In the pics of the TH-10A case (on case labs web store), it shows a top mounted reservoir - but I can't find a "TOP" radiator mount for the TH-10A case, I can only find "side" and a "bottom" mounts. I really want to mount them in the top of the case.
Thanks for your help and advice
post #2 of 3
You can mount radiators on top of this case. In fact, you can mount radiators anywhere you want, top, front, bottom and multiply by two since it's dual-chamber, For certain configurations additional hardware may be required. But, most certainly you can mount rads on top of this case! I looked at the pics they have on the product page and it clearly showcases 4 Alphacool Monsta 480 radiators mounted on top and bottom in both chambers.
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post #3 of 3
There are no radiator mounts for the TH10A as the cutouts for a 120.4 fan/rad configurations are already cut into the top and bottom on both sides, so there's no dedicated mount as it already comes pre-cut.
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