NZXT Kraken G10 GPU Heatsink Review
No we haven't made a mistake and copied the same images three times. The G10 Bracket is designed in such a way as to enable the tubing to come out of it in multiple directions. To this end we've shown the assembly with the tubing as it would appear for a front mounted fan location in the top picture and in others below.
Here we've shown the G10 with the tubing exiting out the bottom of the bracket before curving up to the rear 140mm fan mount location for the rad. Fitting the G10 will rob you of an additional PCI slot, and potentially two depending on how you organise your tubing, and although it doesn't overhand the end of the card it will add another 20mm or so to the depth. Not a problem in most cases but may become a factor if you're planning an install into a slim line case or where there is limited headroom.
We've now placed the rad and fan up in the roof. Again with the Kraken X40 you get plenty of tubing and as the Cooler Master test trooper case we use is on the large side you can still see how much room there is should you need further extension.