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Old 23-07-12, 11:08 PM
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yea switch 810 not sure it would be worth it just to fit another 120mm rad in.
I think you mean "another 120mm fan in"
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Old 23-07-12, 11:25 PM
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no, i mean rad i need to have the top rad fittings at the front of the case then i can fit a 120mm fan and rad in the back, with the fittings on the top rad at the back it would clash with the back rad.
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Old 23-07-12, 11:34 PM
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Ok I thought that you want to cut off this optical bay plate from the top to install one more fan...
Depends how thick 120mm rad you want to use?And how thick rad you have on the top?
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Looks nice
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Surely you could just drill two holes for the fittings to go trough?
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Old 23-07-12, 11:49 PM
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na id need a 90 degree fitting on the rad as well and the plate is in the way and if i put it all together the res fill port is half covered by it, be easier to cut cut the whole thing out.

would cutting it all out weaken the bays too much?
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It will have a bit of flex, but its ok. Dont worry.
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