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What would be the result of mounting an Aqua cube upside down?

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Old 10-08-01, 07:41 PM Thread Starter   #1
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What would be the result of mounting an Aqua cube upside down?


I was wondering, what do think be the effect of mounting an Aqua Stealth radiator uspside at the top of the case. Do you think it would change anything? I have an Inwin and this looks like the best place to mount it with the resovir and pump at the bottom. Any thoughts?
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if you mean with the fittings on the bottom, make sure you have some way to deal with air bubbles that may get trapped up in there.
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yeah, I agree.
You should definately bleed the system. Otherwise you're asking for troubles.
good luck anyway!

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