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post #2841 of 3764
Can you fit 2x 480's in these? Ive got a Asus
MAXIMUS VIII GENE mobo.
post #2842 of 3764
Fitting should be no problem.
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post #2843 of 3764
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Originally Posted by LocutusH View Post

Fitting should be no problem.

Take it heat will be? I have it setup right next to my window for that nice cool air...
post #2844 of 3764
Back ordered the MSI gtx 1080 Seahawk yesterday. Just got packaging notification and waiting on shipping confirmation. Can't wait to install it.
post #2845 of 3764
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Originally Posted by t0ph3rs View Post

Take it heat will be? I have it setup right next to my window for that nice cool air...

With two reference card, maybe not. They push the heat right out on the back. But i dont think it will be cool or quiet either way.
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post #2846 of 3764
Hey! Working on a new Air 240 build, its Mach 5 (from Speed Racer) themed, and I'm wondering what 980ti's can fit in the 240, besides reference coolers? Would MSI coolers fit? I have an H105 in the front, so looking for 2 gpu's i can fit in there, and hopefully maintain a cool enough inside temp
post #2847 of 3764
Yo guys ! Just received my case today android i was wondering what kind of fans would fit up and down with an matx motherboard, 120mm fans or slim 120mm fans....?? Thanks !
post #2848 of 3764
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Originally Posted by HiddenFatKid View Post

Hey! Working on a new Air 240 build, its Mach 5 (from Speed Racer) themed, and I'm wondering what 980ti's can fit in the 240, besides reference coolers? Would MSI coolers fit? I have an H105 in the front, so looking for 2 gpu's i can fit in there, and hopefully maintain a cool enough inside temp

Simple lecture through a few pages would have gave you the answer.
The MSI Gaming 970 / 980 / 980ti don't fit in the case.
If you want to SLI 980ti, you should definetely go for blower styles gpus anyway, or watercooling. Or, wait for 1x 1080ti smile.gif
post #2849 of 3764
Been following this thread for a while and just made an account, love checking out what everyone's been doing with their builds.

I'm putting together an air 240 build in the next week or two and had a quick question about graphics card clearance when using a push/pull H105 rad with Corsair SP120's.

From what I've read the GTX 1070 EVGA SC the only 1070 that has been verified to fit both height-wise and length-wise with a push/pull H105, has anyone had any success fitting any other 1070 cards in a build like this? Can anyone using a H105 push/pull combo let me know the maximum length card that can fit?

Thanks!
post #2850 of 3764
How do you guys mount the arctic 92mm fans in the 80mm fan spots?
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