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No wonder why I have no recollection. It was from like 4-5 pages back.



I meant to say, "From what I know, it can. With a bit of modding." But after doing some searching. It is said that it will fit, but you won't be able to use the upper most drive bays. My mistake, I was thinking of the HAF 922.
It was the HAF 922 I was talking about!

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It was the HAF 922 I was talking about!

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Check this out
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...haf-922-a.html
post #2493 of 13773
MCP 355 + XSPC Dual Bay Reservoir for ONE DDC:




Instructions: http://xspc.biz/manuals/ddcbayresone.pdf
post #2494 of 13773
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I opened up my laptop and replaced the TIM. Seems like a little too much was used. Since AMD doesn't like IHS's. I had to put it directly on the die. I think I put a tad much. but hopefully not.


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MCP 355 + XSPC Dual Bay Reservoir for ONE DDC:




Instructions: http://xspc.biz/manuals/ddcbayresone.pdf
Nom nom nom. Looks good.
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Just seems so confusing. I am going to be completely honest with you. I've never built a computer before, much less a WC setup... I think that I am either going to need to get a new case or find out a better option for a cooler that will fit.
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Just seems so confusing. I am going to be completely honest with you. I've never built a computer before, much less a WC setup... I think that I am either going to need to get a new case or find out a better option for a cooler that will fit.
It says it fits, you just won't be able to use the top drive bay areas.
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Just seems so confusing. I am going to be completely honest with you. I've never built a computer before, much less a WC setup... I think that I am either going to need to get a new case or find out a better option for a cooler that will fit.
If you've never built a computer, you probably shouldn't be into water cooling just yet then huh?
    
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It says it fits, you just won't be able to use the top drive bay areas.
Oh. Okay. It's just this quote was confusing me from the thread you linked, lol:

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he just dremeled out the indented slots in the top plastic tray with buttons. and he cut a hole in the top of the case underneath the plastic tray for the third 120 spot. im doing the same thing once i get all of my parts and the case. but it well def work. good luck
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If you've never built a computer, you probably shouldn't be into water cooling just yet then huh?
Yeah.. I might be able to do it though. xP
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Yeah.. I might be able to do it though. xP
I wish u luck mate, and we'll be here for you when you need help.
    
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