Watercooling on the CM690 case

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  1. QuadCannons

    QuadCannons Ancient Guru

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    I'm looking at the CoolerMaster CM690 case, which seems to accomodate for watercooling pretty well. My question is, the case has space for a pair of 120mm fans on the top, but can I fit a dual 120mm radiator on the inside of the case so that the air is being blown out from it on top?

    Hopefully someone with this case can answer.

    Thanks in advance.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811119137
     
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    dB Ancient Guru

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    I was thinking about the too. I did some research a month or so ago, and read on a forum (can't remember where it was as it was month ago), and heard someone say that there was not enough room for a radiator and fans inside the case. One thing I suppose you could do, is mount the radiator inside the case, and mount the fans outside the case, or vise-versa.
     
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    G L Don Juan

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    That's strange, I don't see what would block it? You might lose some drive bays though.
     
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    dB Ancient Guru

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    He was reffering to the top mounts (i think). If i can remember right there isn't enough room between the fans that the mobo to put a rad.
     

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