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Originally Posted by Lucky 23 View Post

I measured the top bracket and its 11.75" x 6" (298.45mm x 152.4mm)

A pic with one of my Alphacool ST30's for reference, 278mm in length
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thanks a bunch for the measurement. thumb.gif
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post #132 of 1459
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thanks a bunch for the measurement. thumb.gif

No problem biggrin.gif
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post #133 of 1459
so... 295mm Predator 240 may fit and may not... pump definatelly cant touch the bracket.
post #134 of 1459
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Originally Posted by Lucky 23 View Post

I measured the top bracket and its 11.75" x 6" (298.45mm x 152.4mm)

A pic with one of my Alphacool ST30's for reference, 278mm in length

this might be a problem for 280mm radiators, for a bunch of cm they don't fit on top, or better they might fit but with fans in pull, not pushing
post #135 of 1459
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this might be a problem for 280mm radiators, for a bunch of cm they don't fit on top, or better they might fit but with fans in pull, not pushing

the top can't hold a 280 rad.
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post #136 of 1459
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the top can't hold a 280 rad.

even if you put fan in pull? (rad at motherboard level, and fan fixed on top)
post #137 of 1459
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even if you put fan in pull? (rad at motherboard level, and fan fixed on top)

with the radiator bracket it's not a matter of vertical clearance. the smallest 280 rads in existence are around 312-317mm long. the bracket is 298mm long. it's made specifically to mount either 2x120mm fans, 2x140mm fans or a 240 rad (which are all 274+mm long). if you're taking about the case' default top panel, it looks like fan spacing for 140mm fans is consistent with standard spacing on 280 rads. if they are, you could likely mount a 280 inside and the fans on top.
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post #138 of 1459
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Originally Posted by PureBlackFire View Post

with the radiator bracket it's not a matter of vertical clearance. the smallest 280 rads in existence are around 312-317mm long. the bracket is 298mm long. it's made specifically to mount either 2x120mm fans, 2x140mm fans or a 240 rad (which are all 274+mm long). if you're taking about the case' default top panel, it looks like fan spacing for 140mm fans is consistent with standard spacing on 280 rads. if they are, you could likely mount a 280 inside and the fans on top.

i mean that the only way to have a 280mm rad on top is like this:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1570053/cooler-master-mastercase-5-series-owners-club/120#post_24426000

fans on bracket pulling and radiator on the bottom
post #139 of 1459
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i mean that the only way to have a 280mm rad on top is like this:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1570053/cooler-master-mastercase-5-series-owners-club/120#post_24426000

fans on bracket pulling and radiator on the bottom

okay, I see what you're saying now. you'd have to remove the whole optical bay assembly to mount a 280 there. the length would be an issue and depending on the rad the width could be wider than the 5.25" itself.
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post #140 of 1459
Anyone try out a build with SLI non reference cards comparable to 780 Tis? I have two MSI GTX 780 Ti Gaming that currently work well in my HAF X. I've been looking for a smaller case with a more modern design. I tried out the Phanteks Evolv ATX, but ran into massive heat issues. Had to revert to my HAF X. The plan would be three 140mm fans up front as intake. Two 140mm fans up top as exhaust. The back 140mm as exhaust. SSD only, so I'd use the back two mounts and shove my third one down under in the PSU area. I'll probably wait until they make a full tower version of this. Cooler Master, make my ideal case. Two 200mm front intake, two 200mm top exhaust, 140mm rear exhaust, 200mm side intake. Separated and covered bottom PSU compartment. Easy to clean filters. Wheels. Sound dampening panels. Modern clean design. MasterCase 7 Pro?
Edited by Acquire - 9/22/15 at 1:16am
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