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first i like to say im sorry bc i dont know where to post this. but i fail on buying a dual 140mm rad for my haf 932. i dont know where to put this bc it dont fit on the top bc the top of the case is 120mm.

is there some way i can put this on? please send links or pics so i can see what i can do. thanks
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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/90...40120-BK_.html

Something like that would probably work.
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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/90...40120-BK_.html

Something like that would probably work.

Unfortunately I don't think it will, only the holes for a single fan will line up...

I would recommend sending it back and tell them you made a mistake.

You can return goods in the UK from mailorder inside a week and get a full refund, I don't know American laws but even so it would be worth contacting whoever you bought it from and talking to them about it to see if you can swap it for a 120/240/360 radiator.

If that doesn't work there are several routes you could follow, either drill holes to fit the rad assuming it fits, use something like the fan adapter above and rig up a new plate that could connect them, or mount it with a fan adapter on a single fan (though I wouldn't recommend doing that).
    
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Yeah... somehow I overlooked that fact.

It would be easy if the stock screw holes on the 932 were flush with the top. But they might interfere with your radiator if you just drilled new ones.
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thanks for the help. i just drilled holes. :/
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thanks for the help. i just drilled holes. :/
Aww that sucks! Id return the rad for a 120.2 instead of hacking into the case.
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