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I am going to need some help with this but I just got an external 360 thick rad for my cooling loop and want to mount it to the back of my case. I have a Rosewill Throne super tower. Will post pictures of case when I am able but here is one of the rad.
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I used some threaded rods with nuts I picked up at the hardware store when I did this and didn't have issues. It's easy enough to drill some extra holes for more support too.
 

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Unless there are mounting holes, you would drill some holes into the side panels. Do you have enough Mountain Dew to fill the loop? Are you going with original or Code Red?
 

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Honestly, I wouldn't bother. Not sure where you'd mount it and airflow is going to be crap either way.

Liquid Haus has nice external rad stands under their Products section: Internet Security by Zscaler (liquid.haus)
 

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Rad stands or brackets


The Barrow one has more slots so it should be more adjustable.
 
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