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post #11 of 43 (permalink) Old 12-13-2017, 02:07 PM
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Before i got this case i tought i wouldn’t need it but after all its quite handy ?
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Nice build!

great idea on the GPU bracket doubling for cable management. thumb.gif I was wondering what GPU is to big for that bracket. I kinda laughed and thought nothing of that GPU support bracket but figured I would give it a try before giving it to scrape
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post #12 of 43 (permalink) Old 12-14-2017, 06:54 AM
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I'm considering either to get this 101 or 303 for a new case and I was wondering how easy is it to mount a 360mm radiator at the bottom on the 101. I have a 45mm thick one I want to use.

Does the mounts work right off or do you need to drill more offset holes to be able to mount the radiator at the bottom for clearance to a ATX motherboard?

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no problem there. put the 360 rad in and its done ... dont need to drill extra holes. your gpu is watercooled ? with a 45mm thick rad and 25mm fans u get problems with gpu stock coolers ...
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Is that 360rad + fans at bottom and 240mm rad without fans at side in ur build? Did u use that side radiator/fan plastic bracket or modified ur own or or? ... ?
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no problem there. put the 360 rad in and its done ... dont need to drill extra holes. your gpu is watercooled ? with a 45mm thick rad and 25mm fans u get problems with gpu stock coolers ...
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Yes is mine ? why should i post it when its not mine ... yea 360 rad at the bottom and 240 WITH FANS on the side. No u cant use the original bracket
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With fans smile.gif it was really close because of the air holes in the sidepanel

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Ah, thx for info! ?
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no problem there. put the 360 rad in and its done ... dont need to drill extra holes. your gpu is watercooled ? with a 45mm thick rad and 25mm fans u get problems with gpu stock coolers ...

Thx for your input. No my gpu is not water-cooled at the moment but been seriously considering the option as it would be a opportune time to do it if I change the case when I rebuild. Would need some other WC parts either way with these cases.

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