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Originally Posted by Juggalo23451 View Post
you really dont need to do a push /pull on a rx360. Just one or the other and you will be fine
Which one would give better results ?

I would do a push and let the big fans "pull" (Atleast get the hot air out).
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So...it won't fit?
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So...it won't fit?
Huh? Yes it will.
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Huh? Yes it will.
Sigh.
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The answer is yes, it will fit. The only possible clearance issue would be your rams, if your rams are too tall, you will not be able to mount the push fans.
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The answer is yes, it will fit. The only possible clearance issue would be your rams, if your rams are too tall, you will not be able to mount the push fans.
My mosfet heatsink is higher than my RAM. It's also closer to the top than my RAM.

So...are you sure? Because I'm trusting you on this since you have a GB board, HAF X, and RX360 as well.
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There is hope!!!!!!!!!!!!!

EDIT: I know that he isn't using an RX360, but his fans/rad does cover the mosfet heatsink. So I'm assuming it fits.

EDIT 2: There is more hope!!!! And he is using an RX360!!! Though not the same motherboard.
Edited by kiwiasian - 6/17/11 at 9:20pm
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i just finished install RX360 with my hafx , so far right now i only put one push fans but if i wanna put other fan on middle it will definitley block the ram , and also my mobo's heatsink little bit upper
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I'm using HAF X with RX360 with push/pull fans. The pull fans are mounted on the upper side of the casing. Its a tight fight, so some tricky wiggling will be needed. FYI, my mobo is a asus p8p67 deluxe.
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I'm using HAF X with RX360 with push/pull fans. The pull fans are mounted on the upper side of the casing. Its a tight fight, so some tricky wiggling will be needed. FYI, my mobo is a asus p8p67 deluxe.
I believe it is the push fans he is worried about.
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