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SSI-EEB motherboard. You can also fit power supplies that are almost as long as you'd like, you're just going to have a tad harder time with the cables as you'll be blocking off the cable management holes.


Thanks for your reply and clearing that up! I want to use the 2x 120 for the bottom intake if the psu is 225mm I am concerned that the psu would not allow me to mount two 120mm because its a bit longer and the screws wont align. What do you think about this?
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Thanks for your reply and clearing that up! I want to use the 2x 120 for the bottom intake if the psu is 225mm I am concerned that the psu would not allow me to mount two 120mm because its a bit longer and the screws wont align. What do you think about this?

You don't be able to do that. A 225mm modular PSU will be like 240mm with fans. I wasn't even able to put the second fan with a 170mm radiator.
post #153 of 416
Correct. If you use your 225M PSU you will not be able to use 2x 120MM fans. Mine are are almost touching my EVGA 850P2 PSU. If you went that route I would just use a single 140MM fan.
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Thanks for your reply and clearing that up! I want to use the 2x 120 for the bottom intake if the psu is 225mm I am concerned that the psu would not allow me to mount two 120mm because its a bit longer and the screws wont align. What do you think about this?
post #154 of 416
Thanks for clearing that up, it's cool to know you can mount a 140mm
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Thanks for clearing that up, it's cool to know you can mount a 140mm

I don't think it has the holes from the factory, it only has 120mm sized holes. You'd need to drill them yourself.
post #156 of 416
appreciate all the help guys thanks
post #157 of 416
I went with a corsair ax860i purely for the fact it's one of the smallest in its class of psu's coming in at only 160mm. The ax760i will do as well, they are a bit more expensive but you can also buy cablemod or corsair's sleeved cables to add some extra style.

I posted pictures of it with 2x 140mm next to it and there really was not a lot of room to spare, and then you have to factor in the cables too.
post #158 of 416
Can anyone confirm if a EK Predator 360 will fit in the front of the case with the fan caddy modified? Thanks.
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hey sorry if you already covered it but what is/was in your in win 805 watercooled build? and how well did it all cool with just a 280mm rad? (looked like 280mm)

Cheers
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Can anyone confirm if a EK Predator 360 will fit in the front of the case with the fan caddy modified? Thanks.

You would have to cut the metal strip towards the bottom of the case. It is possible, but a little modding is necessary. Not too tough though. thumb.gif
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