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Bitfenix Prodigy Rad Support

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Hey all,

 

To anyone who owns or just knows;

 

Can I fit a 120mm rad and fan in the rear and a 240mm rad in the roof, with the fans on the outside of the case at the top (really like that look). In pictures it looks like it would be close, but i cant decide if it would work?

 

Any suggestions?


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I don't think so, I had a 240mm rad in the roof and front both 30mm thickness and I couldn't fit a fan on the back so I very much doubt there would be ample room for a 120. I would suggest just using 2 240 rads instead if you have the option.


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Dont think so.

If you take out all the 3.5in drive cages, you could mount a 120-200mm on the bottom front mount in addition to the 240 on top.


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Hey all,

 

To anyone who owns or just knows;

 

Can I fit a 120mm rad and fan in the rear and a 240mm rad in the roof, with the fans on the outside of the case at the top (really like that look). In pictures it looks like it would be close, but i cant decide if it would work?

 

Any suggestions?

 

You need to remove the top drive bays and the 5.25" bay to put a 240 in the roof, keep that in mind. With the fans on the outside it could work with a 120 in the rear although I'm not sure why you would do this. It would just bring more space issues with the motherboard components and tight tubing routes. You can put a 200mm Phobya Xtreme rad in the front with a 180mm Silverstone air penetrator fan on it. This requires you remove all 3.5" drive bays. You can mount 2.5" drives against the motherboard platform.


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