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Corsair Obsidian 350D and Tw0-Way SLI Question

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Hey all you sexy 350Ders I am currently putting together some parts for a gaming rig and I had a couple questions about the 350D mATX case.

1. Has anyone fit two GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 760 in Two-Way SLI into one of these little guys?
2. Being that the GPU is an open airflow design, do the rest of your components pay the price in terms of heat?
3. Which mATX mobo would you recommend?

I am starting with one 760 for now and am really looking for a system that allows for a future 760 down the road. Ideally I would be able to put this into a 350D with the parts mentioned. Any suggestions/help would be welcomed!
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i haven't personally used a 760 in it but i did run crossfire msi 7950's tf3's in the case those are usually much larger in length then most 760's temperatures remained just as good as when i had them in my shinobi xl case (full tower), but i did run dual 140's in the front of the the 350d.
Only thing i can suggest when looking though make sure your board has good spacing for the pci-e for my case I used the very top slot with a single slot between the cards.
picture showing the spacing:

these where the slots I used for the spacing:
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Beautiful rig!

Thanks for the heads up, going for a blue and white or black and white scheme to throw a wrench in your suggestion. Perhaps I am being too picky. I can see how this can get addicting, putting together an ideal rig.

Appreciate the input!
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