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XSPC RX240 Kit and Lian Li PC-60FN

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Hey guys,

I need some help with tackling the installation. It's likely the RX240 won't fit in the top even with a T-LM25B-1 top panel(allows two fans to be installed). From my research, the next best way would be to mount it externally but I really want to put the radiator inside the case if it's possible. The option is to put it in the bottom and remove the hdd cage or in the front by sacrificing the front 140mm fan and few 5.25 inch bays. Are these options going to take a lot of modding? I don't have access to modding tools.
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i5 2500k ASUS P8P67 PRO HIS 6950 2GB (6970 shader unlocked) Corsair Dominator (2X2GB) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
OCZ Vertex 2 50GB (OS) WD Caviar Black 500GB 7.2k LightScribe CD/DVD Win 7 Ultimate Samsung 32' LCD HDTV 
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Corsair AX750W Corsair 650D 
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I am not totally familiar with that case. But chances are, you will have to drill out 5-10 rivets like I did on my HAF 932. The hdd bays would be the easiest and best to remove as long as you don't have like 5 hard drives and can just mount your current drives in the 5.25 bay.


What you will need....
-Drill
-1/4 inch, 1/8 inch, and 3/8 inch drill bits

Unless you have those tools, your SOL.
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