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[SOLVED] AIO fitting issues

thekillerx10

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So i have bought
This case : Xpg battlecruiser
And this aio : Thermaltake 360 3.0 Argb sync edition

So it seems like the aio doesn't fit in the case so i removed the rear fan is that okay ?

Note : The case manufacture says that this case supports 360 in the top and front of the case
 
Okay slightly confused. Can you not lower the rear fan down, unscrew a little bit and then slide it down? This case does support 360mm AIO at the top and at the front. There is a removable radiator/fan bracket/tray at the top and have the AIO sitting in the tray from the top, so inside the tray and then attach the fans from underneath....sorry hard to explain! But a picture in this review:

https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/9351/xpg-battlecruiser-mid-tower-chassis/index4.html

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzcvKZzBSBE

Also removing the rear fan is okay but if you can keep it even better, ultimately the 360mm AIO will extract air out of the top..
 
Okay slightly confused. Can you not lower the rear fan down, unscrew a little bit and then slide it down? This case does support 360mm AIO at the top and at the front. There is a removable radiator/fan bracket/tray at the top and have the AIO sitting in the tray from the top, so inside the tray and then attach the fans from underneath....sorry hard to explain! But a picture in this review:

https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/9351/xpg-battlecruiser-mid-tower-chassis/index4.html

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzcvKZzBSBE

Also removing the rear fan is okay but if you can keep it even better, ultimately the 360mm AIO will extract air out of the top..
 

thekillerx10

Commendable
Apr 12, 2018
401
33
1,740
15
Okay slightly confused. Can you not lower the rear fan down, unscrew a little bit and then slide it down? This case does support 360mm AIO at the top and at the front. There is a removable radiator/fan bracket/tray at the top and have the AIO sitting in the tray from the top, so inside the tray and then attach the fans from underneath....sorry hard to explain! But a picture in this review:

https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/9351/xpg-battlecruiser-mid-tower-chassis/index4.html

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzcvKZzBSBE

Also removing the rear fan is okay but if you can keep it even better, ultimately the 360mm AIO will extract air out of the top..
i actually managed to install the 360 aio and install the rear fan but i got a problem right now when i run aida64 on cpu stress test only the max temp is 72 , when i run the cpu stress test + fpu it gets to the late 89 , 89 and even worse in the 90s
 

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