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Old 12-26-2017, 03:58 AM
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Default H110i front case Graphite Series 780T

I have H110i water cooler want to put this in the front of Graphite Series 780T. What is the recommended way to install in front? And how do i install with the screws which ones. I have also seen a video it was sort of like the corsair cooler but nzxt cooler but they had the fans on the outside just wondering if this can be done and how and is this the best way also

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You need someone with a H110i and a 780T and who has tried to front mount it instead of the typical top exhaust. That narrows the field considerably.

Screws for the radiator are 6-32 machine type. See the sticky in the cooling section.
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