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Thermalright macho

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  1. fankoosh New Member

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    I have phantom 410 and I wanna buy thermalright macho rev-a 140 mm and I have asus rog hero vii I wanna know if macho will fit in phantom and hero without any problem , thx ppl
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    Hello,

    Based on a couple of reviews, the maximum CPU cooler height is ~160mm in the NZXT Phantom 410, and the Thermalright Macho-Rev.A has a height of 162mm. It might fit, but would definitely be fairly tight, and there's a good chance it would be touching the window of the case. So it would probably fit, but I cannot guarantee it fitting without issues.

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    I bought it and its fit without any problems and I think there is 1-2mm extra :peace:
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    i could. (after a 2 minutes google search)


    obvious, i could fit a 162mm IFX-14 with a TY-147 in a Corsair Carbide Spec-01 which list max cooler to 150mm (ok the side panel barely closed but wasn't completely shifted out of place.

    btw specs are always listed in review or specsheet aka: google the name of your case with the keywords "specs" or "review" or even "max cpu cooler size" also for motherboard compatibility : retailer etailer and manufacturer website always list the socket compatibility. (short: Google is your friend ;) )

    the macho is not that big in the end isn't it? but price to perf ratio : it's a king
    IMG_0986.jpg IMG_0991.jpg image001.jpg

    this was the step to do before posting a question about it ;) :D
    cheers. :toast:

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