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not for you, I meant in general case.
the gpu would get heated up where ambients are above 30 frown.gif
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not for you, I meant in general case.
the gpu would get heated up where ambients are above 30 frown.gif
The case is designed for water cooling, so the gpu should be water cooled for optimal temprature.
post #53 of 3865
My question is, 2 slim 360s on the bottom towards the front. Is it possible with the psu? Or would u have to center the supply and cut out that divider in the back? (Between the actual psu brackets)
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My question is, 2 slim 360s on the bottom towards the front. Is it possible with the psu? Or would u have to center the supply and cut out that divider in the back? (Between the actual psu brackets)
Don't forget to account for cable routing.
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post #55 of 3865
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My question is, 2 slim 360s on the bottom towards the front. Is it possible with the psu? Or would u have to center the supply and cut out that divider in the back? (Between the actual psu brackets)

You got 540mm to work with.
Shortest PSU I could find is Antec TruePower TP-750 (750W, 150mm long),
which leaves 390mm for rad and cabling.

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Edit: thanks for the measurements.
Edited by Str8Klownin - 2/3/15 at 9:09am
post #57 of 3865
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Edit: thanks for the measurements.
Took them from the Thermaltake forum, so they are not mine.

Instead of 2x 360mm rads, why not 1 480mm and 1 240mm?
Its the same amount of cooling, but it gives you enough space for PSU.
post #58 of 3865
Ok sooooo, if im reading those measurements right, that's 298mm from rail to rail width wise.

EVGA Supernova - 150mm wide
GTS 360s + fans - ~110mm

So I COULD mount the PSU right in between and have enough room... Is my math correct?

Just trying to use all my current gear biggrin.gif
post #59 of 3865
dang, I just realized I ordered a 400mm tube res, and standing up it will block a 480. Guess I could do a 360+480 up top.
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post #60 of 3865
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Ok sooooo, if im reading those measurements right, that's 298mm from rail to rail width wise.

EVGA Supernova - 150mm wide
GTS 360s + fans - ~110mm

So I COULD mount the PSU right in between and have enough room... Is my math correct?

Just trying to use all my current gear biggrin.gif
Those measurements are the safe measurements, meaning thats what you should be garantied to get.
The safe measurements is 298mm, but you got an internal space for 360mm (from panel to panel).
So guess it depends on the mounting points.

With a 150mm wide PSU, so will you have 148mm to 210mm space on the sides.
Or you could side mount 1 rad and have the other at the bottom, depening on how things line up.

By the way, do you got 4 rads, since you are trying to fit 2 in the bottom?
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