Just a note: your radiator for the Corsair is upside down. You want the tubes to be on the bottom.. reasoning is, is it will still slowly leak coolant from the system - when this happens the air bubbles will be trapped on top and it will cease to push liquid through the tubes = failure of pump.
You will want to orient the tubes either on the side, or on the bottom. Better yet, if you can mount the entire rad on the top - it's better performance as it evens out the liquid in the rad.
I'll learn to manage my anger, when people learn to manage their stupid.
Ya I would have to cut a hole on top but don't have the tools or time for that right now.
It's a sealed unit so I am not to worried about that... until it breaks I will just buy something new.
I was thinking of their dual rad model but I think the tubes would be too short to mount either at the front or behind the motherboard above the power supply...