Originally Posted by fleetfeather
Yes, they can peacefully coexist. I would recommend a SFX unit though, as a ATX unit is going to be the tube's biggest routing hazard along that side of the case
I have a H60 with tubes routed alongside the SFX-L unit, and I have a VII Impact
Bleh, you quoted my typo. lol
Anyway, the power supply (already purchased) is one of Silverstone's 140mm depth (ATX) PSUs. Unfortunately it remains just as tall (height) as any other PSU, so you're right about the PSU getting in the way of the tubing -- it currently does, but the top tube comfortably flexes downward enough to get under the PSU. That said, there is
less room between the PSU and where the RAM/daughterboard would be. I suppose if the tubing is a problem on the VRM board-side, I can just flip the radiator and have the tubes on the GPU side. I hope.
Thanks for the reply, +rep, etc.
Edit: Another concern I had (just remembered) is the front panel USB 3.0 cable. Kinda worried about stretching it all the way to where the header is on the P8Z77-I, but... eh, I can buy an extension if it turns out I need one.Edited by Kade7596 - 11/5/15 at 3:49pm