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120 on the inside or the outside?
Inside.

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Inside.

Thanks for the pic! +Rep... this is exactly what I wanted to see. I will probably do the same thing but have the rad on the outside and the fan doing push on the inside!

You have: pull fan|case|rad
I plan on doing: rad|case|push fan

Oh and nice rig btw!
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I say mount on the inside like Tsm106 Rig very nice
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Thanks for the pic! +Rep... this is exactly what I wanted to see. I will probably do the same thing but have the rad on the outside and the fan doing push on the inside!

You have: pull fan|case|rad
I plan on doing: rad|case|push fan

Oh and nice rig btw!
Glad I could help. Your rig is no slouch either btw.

Oh, if you find you don't get enough intake air, you can get the window door from microcenter for 30 bucks and swap the window for mesh. I thought about cutting the window and doing half mesh/half acrylic in some creative way but eh, I just went full mesh for now. Intake air ratio is not a problem now. Also, I didn't want to cut holes inside the case for a 240 rad, which definitely meant that I didn't want to cut any holes for intake air.

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I say mount on the inside like Tsm106 Rig very nice
I would except that my motherboard block has a nozzle that is in the way of the rad...which is why i need the rad outside
    
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