Sizing up the mount location with the case taken apart
Using double stick with plastic hanger
The other side of the hanger – looking at the pump
Now sitting beneath the case top cover
The top hole cut with 92 mm fan
It took me 45 minutes to cut the round hole using Dremel (wish I had a hole-saw). But, it was about 30 minutes before hand to size up the location and an hour to have the guts to start cutting. Insofar, I think I am doing pretty well, but the pump came with 110 Volt wiring and I don’t want the power cord to go thru the case. I like to have just one power cord. Since I was not sure what the outcome would be, I use an old 350 Watts lying around. If you are not as old as I am and don’t care about your life, DO NOT do it, unless you are good with electrical work.
Identified the ground, live and return wires
white, green and black wires soldered
Hot glue the wire to immobilized them
Connecting the wires to pump
The finished product with single plug
This process took about 30 minutes. My problem came with the power supply fan temp/speed control module went dropped-dead with no apparent reason, of course! Well, I just by-passed the circuit for now.