Sorry for the double post, but it's different info I guess. Nano S Loop time.
Mounting the radiator in the top of a Nano S is tight, but by trimming to corners of the fans it'll clear the RAM. Only drawback is the fans are pull only as I run intake on all radiators (if this goes against what your preference is, feel free to start a thread on that).Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Since the res was going to be right under the top radiator, filling/bleeding it was a challenge. So I epoxied a piece of tubing into it that intersected the port on the back. This will allow air to escape basically from the top of the res, and allow the res to be filled completely from a port in the base. The fill/drain port comes out the back, there's a plugged ball valve on the back, I'll fill it through a length of flex hose screwed into the ball valve.
Kinda hard to see:Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Here it is mounted up:Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Tight fit at the top:Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Not my finest work, but it's kind tight. A lot of the bends are so close together they kinda run together - hard to make a bend without loosening up the previous bend.
Loop so far, I'll finish it up and fill it tomorrow.
Asus Strix Z270i
G. Skill 3600 C15 RAM
2X 960 Pro 512 M.2 drives
EK blocks, pump, res
HW Labs Black Ice Nemesis GTS 280 front, GTS 240 top
Primochill PETG, Revolver fittings
Seasonic X750 PSU
Fractal Nano S