It's entirely possible, but you'll want some double-sided 3M tape to mount your hard drives elsewhere in the case. The top of the case supports a 2x140mm radiator or a 2x120mm radiator, and the front and bottom can support one 120mm square AIO radiator each (and maybe an extra fan as well). Having a radiator in the front is possible, but keeping your drive cage there as well will seriously restrict airflow. SSDs can be mounted behind the motherboard tray, and HDDs can fit in 5 1/4 inch bays with an adapter. Worth it imo, because the cooling advantage you'll get with the airflow will outweigh the cost of an adapter (also, you're getting multiple AIO coolers. I assume cost isn't too much of an issue).
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9/1/15 at 2:38pm