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post #11 of 14
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would the 900d have enough room, if i did a push pull configuration?
and i looked at mdcp and i will be going with them for the sleeving
post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by darudan View Post

would the 900d have enough room, if i did a push pull configuration?
and i looked at mdcp and i will be going with them for the sleeving

Yeah a lot of people are using Monsta in push only. There's not enough room for push/pull on a rad that thick with possible exception of the bottom since it has room for dual PSUs but I'd have to measure it to see.
post #13 of 14
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well then. i may go with this rad (http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14857/ex-rad-333/Alphacool_NexXxoS_UT60_Full_Copper_Triple_120mm_Radiator.html?tl=g30c95s161) and a quad in the bottom. and i have another question. i use gelid wing 12 fans right now, but the best fans seem to be the noctua nf12 fans... or something like that. anyhow i want to get the best performance i can but i just hate the look of those fans. and with the gelid fans they are perfect look wise to me. will the difference in performance be great enough to settle for the noctua fans. because if not i would love to stick with my gelids
post #14 of 14
Yep that will fit push pull. I'm actually doing this debating top if it fits right with my mobo or it'll end up in the bottom. As far as Noctua fans I won't ever use them in their current color scheme. Cougars aren't as bad now that they made the blades black instead of bright orange. I'm using Corsair SP120 quiets because I like the look and they don't make any noticeable noise at full speed.
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