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Radiator size for case

Seeing as how I'm buying some liquid cooling soon, I'm also going to need a radiator. I currently have a Thermaltake Chaser MK-1 Chassis and I was wondering, what's the max size of a radiator that can fit onto the case? Thanks :D
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    Your best bet is to figure out where you could potentially fit a radiator inside/on your case, and just go online and pull up the dimensions of the rads. Most manufacturers provide engineering drawings with all of the dimensions for their products, so you can plan out everything.
  2. ^ including the engineering drawings of the case - in case the OP gets lazy to measure fan mounting spaces.
  3. Apparently, using Google to find information isn't as well known as I initially thought.
  4. rubix_1011 said:
    Apparently, using Google to find information isn't as well known as I initially thought.


    Well either I'm doing something wrong or google just doesn't have any answers for me xD Already tried google before posting this :P
  5. I was giving you a hard time...sometimes there just aren't many answers out there for some specific cases. You either really have to do a lot of digging, or try to find something that is as close to 1:1 as you can.
  6. rubix_1011 said:
    I was giving you a hard time...sometimes there just aren't many answers out there for some specific cases. You either really have to do a lot of digging, or try to find something that is as close to 1:1 as you can.


    Or, like my senior design project, you can make vast assumptions! (It's hard to find public information on the specifics of nuclear power plants - has to do with "national security" or whatever they call it ;) )
  7. Or, as I've come to find out that sometimes 'Internationally recognized standards' really just mean 'highly-interpretive, loose guidelines'.
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