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Old November 2, 2008, 03:04 PM
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If you want a quick and easy kit, this would be perfect: NCIX.com - Buy Swiftech H20-220 Compact 3/8IN Dual 120MM CPU Liquid Cooling Kit - H20-220 COMPACT In Canada.

However Swiftech has a new kit coming out which is really nice since it uses all their best components: Swiftech

If your rear mounting the radiator, you could drill out two holes for the tubing above the 120mm fan since it looks like you have lots of space.

Might want to move your hard drive up and mount your pump below.
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Might want to move your hard drive up and mount your pump below.
Thanks for the links to the kits, I'll check those out.

I can only move the hard drive up so far...if its the same level as the video card, they touch on each end. I had an ATA hard drive in there while playing around with some Linux distros, but my cable wouldn't reach down all the way, so the sata drive went to the bottom and the ATA drive went higher up so I could connect it.
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Old November 2, 2008, 10:40 PM
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The DB-1/CPX-1 is just fine in a single block loop.
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