Kryptos Posted October 24, 2010 Share Posted October 24, 2010 I recently picked up a H70 cooling unit for my PC and have came across an issue mounting it into my case. The case uses plastic mounting brackets for 120mm fans that you just snap the fan into. Using the bracket prevents me from attaching the radiator. The back of the case has 4 other holes that I assumed would be used to attach a fan should you not want to use the mounting bracket however you can only line them up with 2 holes on the fan at any time. As odd as it may sound, you can line up the fan so that you can screw it into the case using any 2 hole configuration you want and have the fan level however I'm not sure if this would give the entire unit enough support. Is it OK to just use two screws to keep the outside fan/radiator attached to a case and if so what would be the best configuration? (I'd assume 1 in opposite corners...) Short of drilling holes in my case, I can't think of a way to actually utilize all 4 holes on the outside fan. Any suggestions besides getting a new case (which I plan on doing in 2 weeks or so) or drilling holes in the case would be much appreciated should you be familiar with a similar situation. Thanks! PS: I can post my case name if I'm actually allowed.... When I tried it blanked out *'ed out part of the name (it contains the creators company name) so I removed it all. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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