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Originally Posted by tlminh View Post

I currently have the stock 1100T CPU cooler on it
Will be moving to antec 620 cooler
I would rather not remove the rear bracket if I don't have to. The mobo is the Asus CHIVE, where the CPU is mounted more to the center of the board. Because of the location, the opening on the storm scout case only gives me access to half the rear bracket.
If I want to remove the rear bracket, I'd have to take everything apart and remove the mobo from the case. I have no problem with that but would rather not because all the wires would plop right out again (it took me a while to get the wires cleaned up and organized)

well try the bolts, might fit, if so just screw in, if not, well no other choice
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