Originally Posted by Devastator0
I'm a newbie to both Overclock.Net & this thread. The main reason I joined now is because I'm looking at building a new gaming rig for myself in the 350D. Basically what I am wanting to do is put in 2 x ASUS GeForce GTX 780 DirectCU II OC 3GB cards on an ASUS Maximus VI GENE Motherboard. In reading this thread I know that there have been some people here and there posting about SLI and the fitting of the cards. I'll be getting a Corsair AX860i Platinum Power Supply and I was thinking 2 things.
1) Will both cards fit in the case?
2) Should I flip the PSU over and have the fan sucking hot air out of the case/lower card?
A bit more of a background as to some of the other gear in the system. I am looking to put in 2xCorsair Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition High Airflow 140mm Fan's as intakes at the front and have a Corsair Air Series AF120 Quiet Edition Case Fan as an exhaust on the back of the case. I'll also be having a H100i on the CPU (a 4770K) with 2xNoctua NF-F12 PWM 120mm Fan's in a Pull configuration.
If any more info is needed, just let me know
Thanks to anyone who replies.
If the cards are dual slot yes. Also very depending on motherboard and how you want your SLI setup.
PSU is up to you, personally I would face it down.