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How big is the new 670? I am considering a similar build but want to squeeze a 10.5" card in. Possible without a hacksaw?
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How big is the new 670? I am considering a similar build but want to squeeze a 10.5" card in. Possible without a hacksaw?

Which 670? All reference 670s and reference 680s will fit into this case (I've had a galaxy 680 in my SG05, which has the same dimensions). Custom version 670s can vary, however.
    
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do you think someone can fit in a custom loop? i would think utilizing a pump-res combo or one of those cpu block-pump combos. i bet with some dremmel work its possible. watercooled gpu and cpu in suck a small form factor would be sick.
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The concern would be routing the house from the GPU back into the pump/res/rad you could make it work with one of those deals that has the pump on the cpu block but youd be hard pressed to fit the res in too
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This thing is a beast!
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How big is the new 670? I am considering a similar build but want to squeeze a 10.5" card in. Possible without a hacksaw?

Im not sure the exact length but this
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Which 670? All reference 670s and reference 680s will fit into this case (I've had a galaxy 680 in my SG05, which has the same dimensions). Custom version 670s can vary, however.
Its the EVGA FTW series 670 but its on the 680 pcb
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I want to try it out. i bet i could pull it off with a super small res.
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do you think someone can fit in a custom loop? i would think utilizing a pump-res combo or one of those cpu block-pump combos. i bet with some dremmel work its possible. watercooled gpu and cpu in suck a small form factor would be sick.

Two CPU+GPU watercooled builds in here: http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1039156922&postcount=519
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Two CPU+GPU watercooled builds in here: http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1039156922&postcount=519

the pump is outside of the case..
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the pump is outside of the case..

It starts outside, but by the last post he's got an Apogee Drive II (just like you suggested: "one of those cpu block-pump combos").
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