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How to install Corsair H100 in PC-P50-R.

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As stated, I want to install the Corsair H100 ( http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835181017 ) into my Lian Li ARMORSUIT PC-P50-R ( http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=103_104&products_id=25716 ).

 

The issues I would have are .. as follows.

 

The 2x fans are 140mm ea ( their are no holes for 120mm ) If I were too use Adapters, there would be A large gape & would not be able to use all 8x screws.

 

Was also thinking about installing it in the 5.25 bays ... however I would have too install it to where the cables would be coming out of the top (so it could reach the CPU) ... But I bleave the pump would not beable too prime ( but not sure on this ).

 

Would like to do A 4x Push / Pull so will have alot of weight .. would not want too hang all that wait off 1x 120mm...

 

 

Anyhow ... what do yall think. Thx, Neko

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I take it that your question is basically how can you mount it WITHOUT drilling or cutting into your case?

 

 

well i dont think drilling or cutting would help .. that would only help up top .. and well their is nothing their too cut or drill cause the140mm are all cut out ..

 

 

but would not want too drill or cut on this anyhow..

 

what do yall think about hanging the H100 with 4x fans .. from 140 too 120 adapter.. too much weight ? thinking of this as the adapter ( http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=36_172&products_id=26348 )

 

 

(good fans not cheap ones ... so more wirght then normal fans)

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well i dont think drilling or cutting would help .. that would only help up top .. and well their is nothing their too cut or drill cause the140mm are all cut out ..

 

 

but would not want too drill or cut on this anyhow..

 

what do yall think about hanging the H100 with 4x fans .. from 140 too 120 adapter.. too much weight ? thinking of this as the adapter ( http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=36_172&products_id=26348 )

 

 

(good fans not cheap ones ... so more wirght then normal fans)

 

It shouldn't be too much weight for the bracket, and if it is, just get a metal one off frozen CPU

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I would install it in the front bays. One it would help airflow and two it would have plenty of clearance.

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I would install it in the front bays. One it would help airflow and two it would have plenty of clearance.

 

 

do you think installing it in the front bays ... with the tubes coming out of the top of it will work .. . would the pump beable too prime if it is upside down ?

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do you think installing it in the front bays ... with the tubes coming out of the top of it will work .. . would the pump beable too prime if it is upside down ?

 

the h100 is a closed prefilled loop with no air in the system, there is no priming the pump, its a plug and play setup.

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the h100 is a closed prefilled loop with no air in the system, there is no priming the pump, its a plug and play setup.

 

Bingo

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I would install it in the front bays. One it would help airflow and two it would have plenty of clearance.

 

 

This is called innovative idea. :P

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