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you should mount quad rads on the bottom where u took out the drive cages, just make holes on the side panel (the right one)
    
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post #12 of 41
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Originally Posted by Pentium4 531 overclocker View Post
you should mount quad rads on the bottom where u took out the drive cages, just make holes on the side panel (the right one)
I might do that in the future, there is certainly enough room down there.Maybe make an acrylic mid plate as well.
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But hey can you do me a favor while you have it all apart and measure the actual length inside the metal case? I can only find the outside dimensions. I would like to see if I can stuff a 480 rad up top.
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But hey can you do me a favor while you have it all apart and measure the actual length inside the metal case? I can only find the outside dimensions. I would like to see if I can stuff a 480 rad up top.
its 20 1/2 inches, a 480 can't fit up top its too big.
post #15 of 41
Thanks man. My swiftech 480 is 20.51 inches long, I think I'm just gonna buy the case and make it fit.
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mmmmmm, I figured I can take a picture and spice it up with a few edits so it can look bauss
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gah this is killing me...where's my package tomorrow or thursday my gawd priority mail sucks! haha
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ohhhh man you guys are going to be in it for tomorrow!
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more to come! damn that rad was a B to install lol
post #20 of 41
loving that shot of the reservoir with the dye!
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