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Oh yea, DUH, I wouldn't even have to leave off the bottom push fan as it WILL sit inline with the 140mm fan on the back. Thank you for helping my brain fart lol. Now I'm just scared that the 6 1/2 feet of tubing isn't going to be enough, as I didn't anticipate on needing any more, so I didn't order any extra. Anyone know if you can get proper tubing at maybe a hardware store or somewhere, as there are no water cooling pc stores here.
No problem
Any tubing should do fine, as long as it's the right inner diameter and is thick enough (outer diameter). I recently bought aquarium tubing for my dad on eBay which I think would do the trick.
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No problem
Any tubing should do fine, as long as it's the right inner diameter and is thick enough (outer diameter). I recently bought aquarium tubing for my dad on eBay which I think would do the trick.
Yea, but I dont wanna have to wait an extra minute when i get this kit, so I guess I'll have to find an aquarium store here in town.

Does anyone know if the metal mounts supplied with the kit to piggyback the rad can be screwed to fans and not the rad it'self?
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Yea, but I dont wanna have to wait an extra minute when i get this kit, so I guess I'll have to find an aquarium store here in town.

Does anyone know if the metal mounts supplied with the kit to piggyback the rad can be screwed to fans and not the rad it'self?
I doubt it. Doubt the fan could actually hold up the rad.
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I doubt it. Doubt the fan could actually hold up the rad.
Shoot!!! Then I guess it will be a 5 fan setup, the three supplied fans in pull on the back of the rad, and my two apevia's in push in the top two slots... leaving the bottom 120mm spot for the mounts. Even only having two pushing will warrant better performance than just the supplied 3 in pull right? I really don't mean to ask so many questions, but I've never watercooled and I don't want to make any mistakes.

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Shoot!!! Then I guess it will be a 5 fan setup, the three supplied fans in pull on the back of the rad, and my two apevia's in push in the top two slots... leaving the bottom 120mm spot for the mounts. Even only having two pushing will warrant better performance than just the supplied 3 in pull right? I really don't mean to ask so many questions, but I've never watercooled and I don't want to make any mistakes.

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I've never watercooled either, so don't trust me
But yeah, 3x Pull + 2x Push is better than just 3x Pull. I'm actually doing the same but minus 1 because I'm only using the 240 (so mine will be 2x Push, 1x Pull).
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true. if u can afford the extra it'll help if even minutely
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Yea, but I dont wanna have to wait an extra minute when i get this kit, so I guess I'll have to find an aquarium store here in town.

Does anyone know if the metal mounts supplied with the kit to piggyback the rad can be screwed to fans and not the rad it'self?
If you use the long screws you can transfer the weight of the reservoir to the case, bypassing the fan entirely, and use the O-rings that came with the kit to counter the "torque" of the reservoir (place them between the metal mounts and the fan).

Not sure if you can squeeze the fan grill in between all that though...
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Later if i have my system used for a while i 'll use this kit but i have apair of questions so please help
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Later if i have my system used for a while i 'll use this kit but i have apair of questions so please help
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Well, tomorrow is the BIG DAY!!! Got my computer prepped today.... removed punchouts for tubbing, put in my cathode, ripped my 6870 apart and got it cleaned up, re routed some cables in anticipation. Will have pics (HOPEFULLY) by the time I get off work.... (Yes, I will be doing my own stuff at work all day tomorrow :d)
    
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