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Originally Posted by JellyfishSammic View Post

Yeah I looked it up and the Titan and the 680 are both 111mm compared to to the Sapphire R9's 125mm while a 480 comes in at 120mm. Given how long the R9 is, almost the max length of the SG10 at 13 inches, I have a sinking feeling that while it would technically fit, it would block all 3 side fan slots.

EDIT: Silverstone website lists the clearance at 144.78mm. So I think I should be able to fit two of three fans on the side (middle one blocked by PSU connectors). I'm not sure if the included fan will work, but I've found a few low profile options that should just fit.

Hello!

I also have a Sapphire Nitro Fury in my SG09 case, and it fits. I use two smaller fans on the side, not the 120mm slot. I think I use two 92mm Fractal fans on the side. It's been a while since I built it.
I think one of the fans are really close to touching the powercables of the GPU, but the case closes.

Good luck!

/Jakob
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I am looking for a compact mATX case, that can support a corsair h105 (280x38mm rad + 25mm thick fans). Could I fit my cooler to an SG10?
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Originally Posted by tamas970 View Post

I am looking for a compact mATX case, that can support a corsair h105 (280x38mm rad + 25mm thick fans). Could I fit my cooler to an SG10?

Hi!

I don't think it can sadly. Unless you skip using a graphicscard then there are no slots available for a cooler that size.

There aren't any 2x140mm fanslots in this case. frown.gif

How about the Corsair Air 240?
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Thanks, eventually I went a size larger and picked a HAF XB Evo.
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