120.3 (360) Radiator Mount for the Flex-Bays (5.25" bays). Includes anti-vibration pads. Uses 9 bays.
Posted by Bernie on 5th May 2013
This product is an excellent add-on for my Merlin ST10 case. Using as a fan mount now, but plan to install 360 rad in the future.
Posted by Mike Coopman on 7th Apr 2013
This is a must for installing a 360 in the front, it looks clean, is silent (no rattling).
The build quality is the same as any other caselabs product. simply stunning.
If your looking for a hassle free Montage for a 360 rad in the front with fans? this is the thing to get.
Posted by GL on 20th Feb 2013
Motherboard side of the TH-10 is so large that it's not easy to create a well balanced and finished look. Decided to add a 360 Aquacomputer rad in the flex bays. The interior appearance is now a bit more balanced looking with an AsRock Extreme 11 build. 2x360's on the motherboard side and a Monsta 480 on the back side keeps everything cool and quiet. Nice flex bay mounts.
Posted by nick on 24th Jan 2013
I am simply in love with how well these products are made. As I build this computer all the components fit perfectly. I bought a pair of these. Mounting the fans and rads was easy.
Posted by Berkley on 29th Dec 2012
I like mine a lot, it does its job of holding a 120.3 rad with either 15mm or 25mm fan spacing. It's great except with my M8 it's a very close fit if you're using the top rad spot and the front rad spot. I have swiftech 25mm thick rads and those just barely fit, so note that when buying.
Posted by Chaz on 7th Dec 2012
As pictured it shows the radiator with the fans inside the mount. I mounted mine with the fans pulling air and used the space inside the mount for dust filtration material. This may not be possible for others depending on the case you purchased and your hardware.
There is a minor design flaw with this item and you can see it in the pictures. The rubber grommets only line up with the flex bay pins on the four corners. The other grommets don't line up with the other corresponding pins.
[They are not designed to line up. They are positioned to minimize vibration. Thanks -CaseLabs]
Posted by Unknown on 14th Oct 2012
Wonderful I am very satisfactory.
Posted by Austin on 6th Jun 2012
Bolted right in, easy to assemble, and works flawlessly.