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360mm radiator in cooler master master case maker 5t?

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The largest supported rad is 280mm for both the top and front.


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I have multiple radiators in different places on my loop and it works perfectly. Also make sure that you get only what you need and don't waste your money. What all are you cooling?

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You can mount a 360mm only  in the front. That is possible. You need to move the HDD caddy towards the PSU (The utmost left position) and the radiator won't be able to be secured with 12 screws (You can it with 10 screws) or you need this bracket

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And you need to remove the ODD cage of course.  

 

I mount a 420mm in the front with a little mod

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CUT THE GAP UNDER I/O Panel bigger....

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If it is an AIO, I recommend  not to waste your money.... A good 240mm AIO is enough for a CPU.

 

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On 08/02/2017 at 9:50 PM, SmashinMachine said:

You can mount a 360mm only  in the front. That is possible. You need to move the HDD caddy towards the PSU (The utmost left position) and the radiator won't be able to be secured with 12 screws (You can it with 10 screws) or you need this bracket

7297_27_cooler-master-mastercase-5-modular-freeform-mid-tower-chassis-review.jpg .

And you need to remove the ODD cage of course.  

 

I mount a 420mm in the front with a little mod

IMG-20160808-WA0002.jpeg

CUT THE GAP UNDER I/O Panel bigger....

DSC_0243.JPGDSC_0244.JPGDSC_0248.JPG

 

If it is an AIO, I recommend  not to waste your money.... A good 240mm AIO is enough for a CPU.

 

Where do you get the bracket from? Because I can't find it on the Cooler Master website.

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