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That should work if you use a 45mm or smaller rad. I used a 60mm 420 with the fans in pull on top. The rad takes up about half of the top bay.

Okay good to know. I am getting an XSPC EX 420 mm rad, and its listed as 36mm thick, so I might be able to squeeze it in there. I guess if I went with the Primo I could do it easily, but that is just too big of a case for me. Also considering the Switch 810 as it is pretty similar and it looks like it has four 5.25 drives, so I would have more options. Really prefer the look of the luxe though. Decisions decisions.
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I7-4790k ASUS Maximus VII Hero AMD R9 290x AMD R9 290 
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Team Xtreme 16GB (2 x 8GB) 2400mhz 2 x PNY Optima SSD in Raid 0 An Optical Drive MCP50X Pump, XSPC X20 Dual Bay Res, Raystorm CP... 
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Windows 7 64bit QNIX Evolution II 2710 Single DL DVI version Logitech G15 Evga G2 1000W 
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post #6382 of 18660
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Originally Posted by Ghostrider5666 View Post

I just got my Pro! Is there a way to take off the tool free 5.25" brackets?

You mean these?
IMAG0173_zpsa621cf28.jpg

If so, then yeah. All you have to do is push downwards a little and it should pop off pretty easily.
Edited by Phantatsy - 10/21/14 at 1:13pm
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My XSPC bay res doesn't fit in my pro. What can I do?
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Originally Posted by Phantatsy View Post

You mean these?
[IMG]http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x272/The-Vheissu/IMAG0173_zpsa621cf28.jpg/IMG] If so, then yeah. All you have to do is push downwards a little and it should pop off pretty easily.
I got them off. Read my other post about my res.
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Originally Posted by Ghostrider5666 View Post

My XSPC bay res doesn't fit in my pro. What can I do?

Single or dual-bay res?
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Originally Posted by Phantatsy View Post

Single or dual-bay res?
Dual-bay res.
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Originally Posted by Ghostrider5666 View Post

Dual-bay res.
And what do you mean by it not fitting? Does it not go in, or can you not securely mount it?
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Originally Posted by Phantatsy View Post

And what do you mean by it not fitting? Does it not go in, or can you not securely mount it?
Hole don't line up right. The right side goes all the way but not the left.
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Originally Posted by Ghostrider5666 View Post

Hole don't line up right. The right side goes all the way but not the left.

Is it getting stuck on something? My only guess would be if it is too tight of a fit is that your panel is warped. I would think the reason the holes aren't lining up correctly is that it isn't in straight.
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Originally Posted by Phantatsy View Post

Is it getting stuck on something? My only guess would be if it is too tight of a fit is that your panel is warped. I would think the reason the holes aren't lining up correctly is that it isn't in straight.
How can I fix it?
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