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If i can mount it inside i would rather do that then outside. I wish there was someone who had pictures of it in the case
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post #1582 of 15201
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Originally Posted by joe2004 View Post
If i can mount it inside i would rather do that then outside. I wish there was someone who had pictures of it in the case
SandShark did it.
http://www.overclock.net/intel-build...cooling-3.html
Edited by LPRaver89 - 3/9/11 at 1:25pm
post #1583 of 15201
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That's a RS. There's NO way a RX360 will fit into a Phantom.
Just stick with my solution:



Or Soggysilicon's solution

     
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post #1584 of 15201
if you some how put the fans above the rad in the top of the case you might get away with the RX. I have the RS360 mount in the top, but it comes really close to my ram, so it all depends on your motherboard layout.


post #1585 of 15201
Humm some nice posts. Well looks like i would want the fans to be up top to pull the air through the RAD. Looks like the only way it to cut the top out somehow and manage to put the RX 360
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post #1586 of 15201
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Yes, had to cut the connector and splice it into the other fan if you want the LEDs to be switched. If you want them always on, then just short them.
Lol any guides on how to do this?
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post #1587 of 15201
very easy mate. 3-pin connector goes into fan controller, and 2-pin connector you need to short !! I did it with 1cm peace of wire they usually use to tie something. You just need to clear it from black insulation and then just stick into connector to short it! If you need pics, I can post them...
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post #1588 of 15201
you don't have to cut out the top to get the rad to fit, you just have to drill some holes in the front for the rad.
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very easy mate. 3-pin connector goes into fan controller, and 2-pin connector you need to short !! I did it with 1cm peace of wire they usually use to tie something. You just need to clear it from black insulation and then just stick into connector to short it! If you need pics, I can post them...
Yes please could you post some pics of it or maybe send me a pm it would make things much easier for me since first build and first time doing this but if i see it then i shld get what you mean.
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post #1590 of 15201
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Originally Posted by thrasherht View Post
you don't have to cut out the top to get the rad to fit, you just have to drill some holes in the front for the rad.
The question was would an RX fix, not an RS like pictured
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