Nice Job! I love Lian-Li cases. They're a little expensive but if you like to mod or are in and out of your case alot you realize very quickly how easy the are to work with, especially the fully removable MB tray.
I had originally planned to mount the 2X inside/top/front by removing the blowhole fan, but the single needed a 120mm fan mount for outside mounting and my lian-li only uses 80s so this is what I ended up with.
The performance of the 745 is pretty impressive, but the 2X external rad doesn't have quick disconnects (like the coolermaster nautilus 500) so moving it around without hard mounting to the case would be a pain in the butt.
The lian-li was the first case I've spent more than $60 bucks on and I have to say that like a scroll mouse, once you've used a decent case you'll never go back.
I guess it's a little late, but you could have mounted the 120mm radiator to the back with a radbox. It's a little Swiftech jobbie that allows you to mount a 120 or dual 120mm radiator to an 80/92/120mm fan mount.
Yeah I've similar setups since I threw this one together, but I doubt I would have waited for something like that to arrive in the mail after I discovered that the smaller rad wouldn't fit properly on the back....
Next build will be a little more stealthy.
Now that I've got a kit WC under my belt I feel more confident about ordering individual parts to piece together so I'll probably do the proper research to make sure everything will fit together properly.
I was looking at an Antec Gamer 900 this afternoon and thinking that I could do away with the internal drive cages to do a front velcro install of a good 2X rad.
I'm thinking that the top 200mm fan would do a decent job of keeping airflow over the mobo, but I'm a bit concerned about the bottom mount of the PSU.
I know the PSU provides positive airflow to keep itself cool, but hot air does rise............
Anywise... just a thought. Spending my time looking at PSU's now in case (good chance) my 520 doesn't want to properly power the 1950 pro I'm getting for christmas.
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