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    Watercooling kit involving 5 1/4" bay?

    Hi all

    I thought I saw a watercooling kit somewhere that involved a reservoir that went into a 5 1/4" drive bay. I ask because I've got an Aplus Case Blockbuster Storm and space is limited...

    I've got a spare 5 1/4" bay and thought it would be a good idea to utilise it.

    I've looked at these from Scan:

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    (That won't fit anyway, but you get the idea)

    I'm not confident enough to do it from scratch, hence pre filled kits, as I've never tried watercooling before.

    Thanks for any help!

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    Re: Watercooling kit involving 5 1/4" bay?

    Look at the Swiftech compact 120 much better kit than the NorthQ.

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    Re: Watercooling kit involving 5 1/4" bay?

    What about an external kit like the corsair nautilus? Run the tubes outside your case to the pump, reservoir and radiator.

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    Re: Watercooling kit involving 5 1/4" bay?

    Quote Originally Posted by Flewis View Post
    What about an external kit like the corsair nautilus? Run the tubes outside your case to the pump, reservoir and radiator.
    Hi

    With it being a LAN gaming machine I tend to transport it around a lot so was looking for something that was all in one. the Swiftech one looks nice but not sure if it'll fit in my case.

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    Re: Watercooling kit involving 5 1/4" bay?

    Sorry misread thread.
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