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NZXT H510 Elite with a 240mm AIO

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You can use both and it may be a bit tricky but the front cooling tray should make this is a bit easier. Attach the 240mm first and the 140mm fans afterwards.

Here's an example: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/3sRJ7P

So..

I am building my friend a PC and it happens that we chose the NZXT H510 Elite as our case alongside a corsair H100i Pro 240mm AIO.

I am now just realizing that there is no top support for a 240mm AIO and the front offers 2 140mm fans that come with the case.

is there any way to mount the cooler without having to remove the 2 140mm fans in the front ? 
I would have chosen a different case or a different cooler but I messed up and the parts are on their way.

Would mounting the cooler to the 140mm fans take away static pressure and ruine temps ? 
Or should I make him return either the case or the AIO ? 

I am new to AIO's so sorry if the solution is right there in front of me and I am too incompetent to notice :)

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You can use both and it may be a bit tricky but the front cooling tray should make this is a bit easier. Attach the 240mm first and the 140mm fans afterwards.

Here's an example: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/3sRJ7P

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15 hours ago, WoodenMarker said:

You can use both and it may be a bit tricky but the front cooling tray should make this is a bit easier. Attach the 240mm first and the 140mm fans afterwards.

Here's an example: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/3sRJ7P

Sounds good man ! 

Worst case senario ill lend him my Be quiet dark rock pro 4 for the 9900k till the new cooler arrives.

but looking at the build you linked doesn't seem like a bad idea to keep both after all.

Appreciate it :)

 

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