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Help fitting 2 NZXT x42 rads in the Core V1

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I bought two NZXT x42 140mm AIOs on sale for around $58 a piece as i wanted to water cool both my CPU and GPU (Using a NZXT G12 bracket).

I knew that there werent any room to fit both in an ordinary way but thought i could be clever and mount it in the top. I am although struggling and seeing some of the creative ways people on here alter the V1 i wanted to hear if anyone have any ideas. Currently i have the CPU cooled by the x42 with the rad mounted in the front.

I know i could have gone customer watercooling but i just wanted an easy way to try water cooling. I am really only looking for performance and silence so if necessary i can mount the rad on the inside and the fan on the outer side of the case but before doing i wanted to hear if anyone had any suggestions.

Hope this thread isn't dead and there are still some V1 enthusiasts out there

Thanks in advance
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