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Old 11-16-2017, 05:16 AM
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Default H115i in a Tt Core X9

I was wondering if an owner of the Corsair h115i could tell me if they think the tubing is long enough to run the radiator in the front of a Thermaltake Core X9 case? It's a stretch because the core x9 is a very large case.

(P.S. If someone could tell me the length of the tubing that would be helpful too!)
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Just eyeballing it, the H115i definitely wouldn't make it to the front of that case. You'll need to mount it to the top if you wish to use H115i.
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Kind of hard to visualize the relative distances in that case, but tube length is approx. 11.5 in or 300mm. The tubes are somewhat firm with definite rigid insertion points into the radiator and pump. Usable length is going to be less than the above.
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