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as i think this probably uncharted territory for this case and these components... i'm just making it up as i go..

the gpu might not fit... then i'll probably do 2x120 push pull from the front.... or 140 in place of the 230 with 140>120 adapter...

honestly i'm just playing around with it..
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From the looks of your pictures, it may just fit but the power cables may need to be thrown in front of the GPU fans because you may not have enough room in the back. It would also appear that if you have an HDD that you will have to use the bottom rack as the top 3.25 is cut off. The SSD racks look fine though. The 24-pin power cable is going to be a pain I would imagine. I am sure you have your work cut out for you.

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if it goes wrong ... i'll just change gears
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Originally Posted by rene mauricio View Post

On a side note; asking what temperatures (specifics on idle and load) one can expect with this case seems rather silly. The fact is that no one knows what your ambient temperatures are like where you live / your PC is located - making the answer nothing more than a stab in the dark. This case gets plenty of fresh air and good air flow depending on fan placement and how you do your wire job. I would say that all things being equal one can expect about the same temperatures compared to a comparable ATX or MATX case. You need not worry that because this is a ITX case that everything will be cramped and therefore run hot as hell.

True I take everything with a grain of salt on forums. For what it's worth I always look at the OP location via avatar/profile before I make any judgement call.
Lot's of people here are from California- like me for example.
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Can anyone check if the 295x2 will fit in this case? It would be with a H100i.

The 120mm rad dimensions on the 295x2 is 40mm. I'd be happy enough with one fan but do you think a push/pull setup will fit?

I'd be looking at 2x 80mm as out(rear), 2x 120mm in(side), and then hopefully 120mm or 2x 120mm on the front for the 295x2 rad.

You guys think its possible?

Edit: The card is 307mm in length. Corsair only states 290mm but I have seen Sapphire Tri-X cards in the 250D. Any comments?
Edited by Gruffle - 4/22/14 at 3:22pm
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Lot's of people here are from California- like me for example.

I know what you mean. If you had asked me 2 weeks ago I would have told you I idle at 27C and under AVX / LinX I got mid 70C with the H100. Now, 2 weeks later, it is much hotter here in Antioch and I idle in the low 30C but under AVX / LinX I get in the low 70C with my new H100i.
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Originally Posted by rene mauricio View Post

I know what you mean. If you had asked me 2 weeks ago I would have told you I idle at 27C and under AVX / LinX I got mid 70C with the H100. Now, 2 weeks later, it is much hotter here in Antioch and I idle in the low 30C but under AVX / LinX I get in the low 70C with my new H100i.

Lol- I go to UCSB ^^
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Originally Posted by Gruffle View Post

Corsair only states 290mm but I have seen Sapphire Tri-X cards in the 250D. Any comments?

305mm is the max. works4me has the card you mentioned in his 250D so he would be able to tell you how hard it was to fit in there.
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I currently have a corsair rm 750 psu. I've read a few pages back that there's issues with cable management for this particular psu? Or has this been fixed?
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Originally Posted by jsx821 View Post

I currently have a corsair rm 750 psu. I've read a few pages back that there's issues with cable management for this particular psu? Or has this been fixed?

It's not mainly cable management but pin assignments on both ends of Corsair PSU cables. One wire crosses another wire on one end of the pin terminal hole. This is the reason I'm not using anymore Corsair PSUs cuz it's hard to sleeve.
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