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was just looking for some input on what kind of configurations you would do for WC. i plan on picking up two 680's when they release and putting some blocks on them soon after also plan on putting on block on my AMD 1100t processor. any ideas on what i could cram into this case?
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From the looks of the case maybe a 240mm radiator up top with Push. Motherboard looks close for a push/pull setup. Try to measure the thickness of the fans and the rad in mind and check distances to verify that to be sure.

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Edit 1. I also noticed you say "inside" but you are not always limited to just that keep in mind. That is if you really want to keep you case.
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thanks for the reply when i get a chance ill get some measurements. i would like to keep the case im just alittle nervous a dual 120mm rad wont be enough for two 680s what about putting a second dual 120 rad on the front mounts next to the hard drive cage.
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Again measure your specs of the parts you wish to use then determine the location where about you wish to mount and check. Best way I can think of. Dual 240's will be good as long as you get some positive pressure against those rads.
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