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How to attach a 120mm radiator

So i have a Raidmax neon case, and the back exhaust is 1X80mm, so basically i cant attach the 120mm only from the front, but i dont know how because i don't see any place where i can screwdriver it. 

 

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3 minutes ago, Bad5ector said:

I am a fan of the flanking maneuver as a form of attack. Or a surprise attack.

Depends on a case. In a open airflow case the flanking is a great idea but in a closed hot box approaching the AIO from one direction may be enough.

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4 minutes ago, Bad5ector said:

I am a fan of the flanking maneuver as a form of attack. Or a surprise attack.

Sometimes a full frontal assault is necessary.

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But in all seriousness:

 

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There are your mounting points Lord Snow.

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Just now, Bad5ector said:

But in all seriousness:

 

 

 

There are your mounting points Lord Snow.

nope, only from one side

 

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1 minute ago, LordOfWinterfell said:

nope, only from one side

Um... ok then. I think we're done here. LOL

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3 minutes ago, Bad5ector said:

Um... ok then. I think we're done here. LOL

Dunno if that's the case, there could be a way of attaching "attacking" it to the case fans if that's a thing... you think so?  

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That is certainly one way for sure.  Might be the only way tbh. Definitely worth the old college try eh?

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17 hours ago, LordOfWinterfell said:

nope, only from one side

 

You can remove the front panel. You will need to do that to attach the rad to the case. 

 

Looks like those 3 140mm fans are blocking your access to the frame so you will need to remove them in order to install it. I would also recommend leaving them off, since they actually dont do anything in their position (too close to the front panel to draw in air) and they cant be installed on the inside because the case isn't wide enough on the inside (A cost saving measure)

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