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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by dom99, Jan 26, 2014.

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    I don't see where it says it can take 240mm rads.
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    Ah yes it doesn't specify radiator size but one can be mounted underneath the graphics card, on page 31 of the manual it talks about the stacked power connector possibly interfering with the radiator, and underneath the gpu are two 120mm fan vents, therefore it indicates one is meant to be mounted here.

    Page 30 also mentions that custom loops can be built inside with reference to a specific pump.

    You can also get a 120mm rad positioned above the CPUCPU
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    It is entirely possible

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    EDIT: Quick addition regarding radiator above CPU

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    Ah yeh thanks for the images, hopefully only a week or so until it goes on sale, my only concern is the sfx power supply not having enough juice as the seem to all be a bit underpowered
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    It's possible to install a AIO water cooling for this case, I've already built one, with Coolermaster Seidon 120V, it works but quite noisy, I will suggest to install Silverstone's NT06-PRO instead.
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