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There's two guys in the Vortez forum that have the D14 in the case.

According to one of the owners the D14 barelly fits the case.
Look the pictures here:

http://forums.vortez.net/20375-post62.html

no side panel thumb.gif
From the Vortex forum thread
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As described earlier, I put in a total 6 fans on the case, 2 front, 2 top, 1 bottom, and 1 rear. Was going to put one on the side panel, but I need to find another splitter first. The D14 fits inside the case, but need a bit of "help" to close the side panel. This can be done by pulling out the vent hole for fans with a strip of wire to relocate the protruding D14 heat pipes, while you slide the side panel. After a few times, it's easier to do it now. (may be the side panel bends a bit due to the strain?)
Sounds like side panel fit's to me. biggrin.gif
post #62 of 66
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no side panel thumb.gif

The owner didn't say it.

Actually he was going to put one on the side panel, but he needs to find another fan splitter first.
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post #63 of 66
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From the Vortex forum thread
Sounds like side panel fit's to me. biggrin.gif
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not really capable of fitting a D14 with side panel on... well, not without some "help" with a hair pin or paper clip.
http://forums.aria.co.uk/showthread.php/79817-OC3D-BitFenix-Outlaw-Review?s=5341f2dc5e6c5a1078fc4b581d95b68a&p=1548527&viewfull=1#post1548527
Edited by PontiacGTX - 5/12/13 at 1:40pm
post #64 of 66
Mind that the owner was using the middle 140 mm fan.

FutureLooks puts the D14 into the Outlaw using the 120 mm fan in the center.
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post #65 of 66
Look this sweden review and video about the case.
I guess that the heatsink used in the review is the Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro. LOL

http://www.sweclockers.com/recension/14655-bitfenix-outlaw

According to this review and a translator help:

When it comes to CPU coolers should stick to models with an overall height of 165 millimeters.
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Ok I reseated the cooler with some PK-1 Paste and it still went to 70*c. It held on for a min but just couldnt keep up with the load. So I definitely need to look at other options at this point.
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