Radiator in 5.25 bays in front of pc Tags: Heatsinks Water Cooling Overclocking Last response: May 13, 2009 11:51 AM in Overclocking Share deviledeggs May 13, 2009 10:07:26 AM Thinking about installing watercooling: Ideally I'd like it all contained within my Tt Armour case w 25cm fan - is it a good idea to put a big rad in the front of the pc behind the drive bay covers drawing air into the pc, or possibly reverse the air flow to back2front. Here's the bracket I found: http://www.kustompcs.co.uk/acatalog/info_7925.html Or can anyone vouch for the Prolimatech Megahelem - got a hot lga775 chip; wasted my money on a AC Freezer Extreme More about : radiator bays front evongugg May 13, 2009 11:51:16 AM Sorry, you posted twice. Let's use this thread for responding: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/252310-29-radiator-ba... Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Radiator in 5.25 bays in front of pc Forum Are 5.25" front bay coolers effective? Forum Silent PC case (5 5.25 bays) or (3 5.25 & 2 3.24) Forum SolvedWhat to put in front bays of new pc Forum Looking for cheap, black, 5.25" drawer/tray for PC front panel. Forum Solvedneed help with slim slot load dc/dvd drives for desktop 5.25 drive bays Forum SolvedCan you fit a 5.25 fan controller in two 3.5 drive bays? Forum SolvedPCI to PC Card for 5.25 Bay Forum Solvedcan i put two optical drives if my case has two 5.25 drive bays? Forum Solvedfull tower case with room for 9+ hdd and 5 or more 5.25 bays? Forum SolvedEasy way to mount a 120 mm fan in 5.25 " drive bays Forum SolvedChassis without 5.25" optical drive bays? Forum Micro ATX case with 5.25 bays? Forum Do you use 5.25 bays? (POLL) Forum SolvedMini ITX Build in my 5.25 drive bays, Is it possible? Forum Possible to put an X360 HD-DVD drive into a PC 5.25 bay? Forum SolvedFront Mount Radiator Airflow Direction? Forum More 5.25" bays Forum Installing 3x3.5 hubs in 2x5.25 drive bays Forum Anyone know information on LCD displays for those 5.25" bays? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !