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post #11 of 18
I did it;

http://www.overclock.net/t/1141507/wcd-haf-922/0_20
post #12 of 18
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Originally Posted by skaterat View Post

Im going to use low profie vengence ram, with an asrock p67 extreme4 gen3 mobo. Will I have any issues with fitting it into the 922?
Btw, I'm going to use the xspc rasa rs240 water cooling kit

what im talking about is the ram clips, not the ram heatsinks, so yeah, you might find it difficult to fit the 240mm rad on top, but again, it still depends on the motherboard's mosfet and/or ram clips..
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post #13 of 18
Go for the Fractal Design Arc midi. its an awesome case and will be my case of choice the next time I build a PC
post #14 of 18
Haf 922 has fan spacing for a rad at the top, just dont go buy the thickest rad you can find, but for just a pull system with a middle sized rad should fit a 2x120
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post #15 of 18
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I think its just between the arc midi and the 922 now. I'm not going to wc my gpu or my mobo, so think I need some airflow inside. So that makes the 922 more enticing. The other thing the 922 has going for it is that I heard that the arc midi has bad stock fans, so I would have to put time and money into it. However, the midi does have a lot of space in it, and according to this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AV3tDaaTPec i should be able to fit my mobo and ram and like everything into it.
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what made me choose the Arc midi for my future build is that its top fans are shifted to the side with the side panel and you can therefore fit a RX240 in there and still do Push/Pull smile.gif
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and also, there is no telling how large graphics cards are going to get. the midi can hold like 15 inch long graphics cards
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