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Interior 5.25 bay Radiator mounting brackets

Aug 18, 2006
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Los Angeles...U.S.A
Processor i7 920
Motherboard EVGA X58
Cooling eight 120mm fans, Swiftech GTZ cpu block, 3 120mm radiator, MCP655 pump, primochill tubing
Memory 6 gig G-Skill DDR3 1600
Video Card(s) GTX 285's (SLI)
Storage 500GB Western Digital
Display(s) 3 Asus 23 in inchers
Case Lian Li A77B
Audio Device(s) on board 7.1
Power Supply Corsair 1000
Software win 7 64
Starting to collect parts for my new build...Already purchased case, a Lian Li A77B. I am planning on using 2 radiators, a triple 120 fan and a double 120. The triple will mount on the top and the double I plan on mounting in the front behind the case fans inside 5.25 mounting frame(I'm mounting the HDD at the top rear of the case, and removing the front HDD brackets altogether)...I plan on going all AMD for this build so even though it'll probably be April before I'm actually able to complete, the parts collection proccess has begun...I need to know where I can obtain mounting brackets to mount the 120mm x 2 radiator in the front, INSIDE the bottom half of the 5.25 bay framework( see thumbnail)

Sharka Computers had such brackets but has stopped selling them for some odd reason...Any ideas would be appreciated...thanx



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Feb 23, 2007
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The Rotten Big Apple
Processor Intel e8600 @ 4.9 Ghz
Motherboard DFI Lanparty DK X48-T2RSB Plus
Cooling Water
Memory 2GB (2 x 1GB) of Buffalo Firestix DDR2-1066
Video Card(s) MSI Radeon HD 4870 1GB OC (820/950) & tweaking
Storage 2x 74GB Velociraptors in RAID 0; 320 GB Barracuda 7200.10
Display(s) 22" Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 2070SB
Case Silverstone TJ09-BW
Audio Device(s) Creative X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Profesional
Power Supply Ultra X3 800W
Software Windows XP Pro w/ SP3
hey, great case, buddy, i was actually considering it as well for both a water and air cooled system. But i think i'll be getting the HAF 932 or Stacker 830 instead. I regards to the radiator, i would recomend that you mount it on the back using the Swiftech radbox instead of mounting it on the front. This is what i mean: