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Thread: Help on PC-08, sorry I'm a noob




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    Default Help on PC-08, sorry I'm a noob

    Hi Guys,

    Wonder if you could help me please. I am looking at getting the PC-08 Lian-Li case. I want to do watercooling for the CPU. Unfortunately, the radiator I want to use will be too big for to mount on the top. I understand that you can front mount the radiator. Do you mount this behind the fans? I just want to make sure I don''t need to remove the front fans in order to have a radiator mounted there.



    I am looking for an AIO with clear tubes, has anyone used Raijintek or Swiftech, which one would you recommend?

    Many Thanks,
    Jeremy

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    Default Re: Help on PC-08, sorry I'm a noob

    Hey Jezza,

    Yes, you'll need to remove the fans to install an AIO radiator as it'll likely have its own fans. Don't worry, in any case, you'll still have three fans there if you're worried about losing the look.

    I've heard good things of the Swiftech AIOs in the PC-O8 but you should Google around and look at some build logs -- there are plenty and you should get some good ideas.
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    Default Re: Help on PC-08, sorry I'm a noob

    Thanks for reply :)

    One other question if I may ask, what length radiator can I use if top mounted in the main chamber?

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    Default Re: Help on PC-08, sorry I'm a noob

    You can mount a 240mm radiator on the top panel.
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