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Hey Noskcaj, just noticed your thread. I'd just like to mention that it might be hard to fit the 180mm rad in there, if you see in my build, there is barely just enough clearance for the 120mm rad at the top, I've added some closeup pictures today showing this more in detail.
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I have a question someone might be able to answer. Since the 180mm fan goes over the backside of the case a bit to help cool the drives. I tend to doubt a 180mm rad would fit in the top. However there is the mounting bracket for a 140mm in the top included. Any ideas if a 140mm rad or a H90 would fit in the top?
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