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Just installed the Msi gtx 1080 Seahawk into my case today. Absolutely amazing. Fits perfectly. No problems installing even with a Corsair h100i gtx.

Sweet, can you show a picture ?
post #2872 of 3774
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Originally Posted by Firewarior84 View Post

Just installed the Msi gtx 1080 Seahawk into my case today. Absolutely amazing. Fits perfectly. No problems installing even with a Corsair h100i gtx.

I'd love to see pics. I'm guessing you have the H100 on the front and the GPU radiator on the top?
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Only picture I have with the side off and the glass not reflecting other stuff.
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Hello,

Does the MSI Gaming X fit if I Leave the side panel away?
Or doesnt it fit with that air 240 closing mechanism?
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Coming from a Haf-XB I finally took the plunge and bought this case! smile.gif been after this case for months thinking I might find a better one but nope its still awesome.

If anyone is interested in buying it in the UK then I ordered it from Ebay(Maplin) for £60(Black) with free postage so get on it people as I think its a steal seeing as other shops are £80-85

Can I ask if the fans are 4pin pwm fans that come with the case? I want to add more but presume corsair don't supply those type anymore.
Edited by Healy2k - 7/15/16 at 8:07am
post #2876 of 3774
Hey Guys

I just bought this case (in white) and been reading through this to find out that my MSI gtx 980 ti Golden Edition will most likely not fit. So may I ask if any of you tried replacing the cooler with an NZXT bracket g10 ? Would that solve the clearance issue? Is the top pipe hitting the window or are the PCIE cables an issue aswell?
Worst case I can do the window flipping trick but I have the gpu bracket handy
post #2877 of 3774
Finally finished the build! well, the stepup is in process with Evga wink.gif
Quick, small, cool & quiet at idle. Mission Complete.

PC Part Picker & loads of pictures: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/b/CyvV3C

Finished pictures:

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A few update:

Specs: Intel Core i5-3570K, ASROCK Z77E-ITX, Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1 Gaming 8GB GDDR5X, Corsair 8 GB Vengeance 1600mHz, Samsung 840 Evo SSD , Cryorig C1, Dell UltraSharp U2913WM 29" LED IPS, Team Wolf Swappable Switch Keyboard

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post #2879 of 3774
guys,

I am wondering how is the card temperature of Crossfire/ SLI setup???

Since the cards are so close together mad.gif
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i3 6100 GA Z170M-D3H RX 480 Kingston Hyper X Fury  
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PNY 1131 Windows 10 BenQ GW2470  Corsair GS650 
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Hello all i am currently about to build in the air 240 and plan on using the MSI gaming X 1070. However i am now fairly certain it will not fit inside the case with the windowed side panel on, is there a way to modify the panel to allow for greater height on cards (even if it kinda looks terrible) and/or how easy would it be to manufacture a custom window that would look reasonably nice, and furthermore are there any guides to follow on either of these processes?
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