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did you have a photo of the back of your case with the AIO installed. I have the same AIO and the same case and they say it cant be done. I would like to see how you had yous mounted.

Thanks and what a BAD-A$$ case mod you did.

  1. zubiecup99

    zubiecup99

    Hello,

     

    Unfortunately, I didn’t take a picture of the back of my case with the AIO before I switched to two custom loops. However, I can tell you that it’s entirely possible without modding anything at all. All I did was mount the rad on the right side of the case (behind the CPU socket end of the motherboard, of course) and then I pulled the block and tubes through the top grommet. It will be tight, but it will reach, don’t worry. 

     

    You can can see how tight the tubes are in this pic. There’s just enough room for RAM.

     

     

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  2. zubiecup99

    zubiecup99

    Please let me know if you get it installed or if there’s anything else I can do to help.

     

    Also, thanks for the compliment on my PC! I appreciate it. It’s great to hear that someone digs it. 

  3. MicroKidd

    MicroKidd

    so was the radiator mounted on the side of the case in the back or was it mounted sideways.

     

  4. MicroKidd

    MicroKidd

    sorry I see your comments. Thanks a bunch. I would like to send you my finished case for your review when I finish.

    Have a great day.

  5. zubiecup99

    zubiecup99

    Hello,

     

    This is pretty much what it looked like. It was mounted vertically.

     

     

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  6. zubiecup99

    zubiecup99

    And it’s all good. Have a good day!

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