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Couple Questions about NR200.

Couple Questions about NR200.

SEND_NUKES_PLZ

Nice, upvoted


Aikidelf

You could, but there's no room for air to circulate through the radiator. Fits, but won't work. SSD, yes. They provide the hardware for this. It uses the holes in the PSU cage. SSD, yes. Same hardware as above. No openings for air to circulate if you put a fan in front.


ragoutje

This and you can mount 2 ssd's at the front


theeseyes

Thanks for the reply. Do you know if you can mount a 120mm fan on the PSU cage?


Aikidelf

There would be no way for air to circulate.


tylersgc

two 2.5 disk mounted image here https://imgur.com/kAoRA6N


Erehr

[https://www.reddit.com/r/sffpc/comments/kghu9f/nr200p\_unobtanium\_build/](https://www.reddit.com/r/sffpc/comments/kghu9f/nr200p_unobtanium_build/) Someone mounted 2 ssds on the front inside but using double sided tape. If you don't mind little wobbling it should be possible to mount each ssd using only 2 rubbers and screws in opposite corners for 4 drives in total.


theeseyes

Oh wow thanks for this


Eraknelo

Have you actually taken a good look at the case pictures and videos? I don't quite understand why you would even asks if you can mount a radiator directly to a glass panel with 0 ventilation or a fan between a closed metal front and a solid metal plate. What do you think the benefit would be to mounting a 120mm fan to the PSU cage? I assume you understand air doesn't magically pull through solid objects either.


theeseyes

Whoa relax man. Just curious if these things are possible. You're allowed to customize the case (ie drilling holes or getting custom side panel). Just curious of whats possible.


Eraknelo

Fair, but mounting a radiator to a glass panel?


theeseyes

I thought there was bracket that the radiator mounted too.


Eraknelo

Yes, but it sits flush against the glass panel.


theeseyes

Ya so that's what I was saying earlier about the custom side panel.