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H80 In DF 85?

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Can I fit a Corsair H80 into an Antec DF 85? If so, I'm assuming I have to use the bottom rear 120mm space.
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Well in the 1200 they only fit in the lower 120 as the bigboy fan gets in the way.
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Originally Posted by andrewmchugh View Post
Well in the 1200 they only fit in the lower 120 as the bigboy fan gets in the way.
I can see the the top 140 almost touches the rear top 120. That's why i was thinking I would need to use the bottom one. I was also wondering if a 280mm rad would fit in the top.
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I can see the the top 140 almost touches the rear top 120. That's why i was thinking I would need to use the bottom one. I was also wondering if a 280mm rad would fit in the top.
I can't find a picture of the top of the DF but i would imagine that you could fit any rad up there with a little mod.

I dont rate rads that are like 280, since 140mm fans generally have poor static pressure, however with rad like the XPSC RX's with the low fin count you should be ok.
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I don't believe XSPC makes 280 or 140 rads. Are Black Ice rads good?
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