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Just ordered a white one. I'll buy parts here and there for a build for my daughter. Think a predator 240 aio will fit at the top?

As mentioned, there is no way it can fit up top due the fixings and tubing. The assembly itself is 68mm with only 70mm room in the 303... so obviously the fixings alone, nevermind the tubing, will make it impossible to fit. It can't go at the bottom as EK tell you not to mount it this way.
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Room on top is something like 90mm deep i think. Ill check it out later today.
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Room on top is something like 90mm deep i think. Ill check it out later today.

70mm
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Yeah only 70mm, and I'm not sure any AIO would fit there to be honest, due to the sideways orientation... would certainly be a tight squeeze at any rate. Predator is definitely impossible though.
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post #335 of 2261
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Just ordered a white one. I'll buy parts here and there for a build for my daughter. Think a predator 240 aio will fit at the top?

Even if it did fit, you'd have next to no room for airflow, and it would perform terribly. I'd get something with a 30mm or slimmer radiator.

If you're in Europe, the Fractal Design Kelvin S36 might not be a bad choice.
post #336 of 2261
So, pretty much everyone in here seems to have either Corsair Af120 or Thermaltake Riing. I would like to know why tho ?
They look pretty nice, and i guess if you have 6 fans in your case it doesnt matter which ones you take.
But how loud are they ? Do you need as much air pressure as the Riing give you or would more air flow be better ?
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So, pretty much everyone in here seems to have either Corsair Af120 or Thermaltake Riing. I would like to know why tho ?
They look pretty nice, and i guess if you have 6 fans in your case it doesnt matter which ones you take.
But how loud are they ? Do you need as much air pressure as the Riing give you or would more air flow be better ?

whole build is super quiet even under load.
post #338 of 2261
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So, pretty much everyone in here seems to have either Corsair Af120 or Thermaltake Riing. I would like to know why tho ?
They look pretty nice, and i guess if you have 6 fans in your case it doesnt matter which ones you take.
But how loud are they ? Do you need as much air pressure as the Riing give you or would more air flow be better ?

The corsair AF120, SP120 and TT Riing are just pretty fans. They don't have the best performance to noise, are probably a little pricier than they should be and don't have the best bearings(aren't that reliable), so you might have to replace them if they start grinding after a few years. But in a case like the 303, aesthetics are pretty important so they might be worth sacrificing a little reliability and performance for.

So if you're fine with that, go for it. But if you want bleeding edge performance to noise and reliability they might not be the fans for you.
post #339 of 2261
Hm ok thanks i guess I'll look for different ones.
Do three Noctua NF-P14r redux-1500 PWM fit on the psu cave ? 140mm fans but with 120mm holes.
There should be enough space but not sure if the holes fit.
post #340 of 2261
It depends on your overall fan/pressure set-up. Personally, I am going for x3 Corsair Magnetic ML120's at the bottom on intake, with the Riing RGB's up top on exhaust... this also means I see the better side of the fans (the rear on intake don't look so good with the 'arms') I will be keeping the Riing fans lower speed than the ML120's so as to maintain positive pressure (more intake than exhaust). The Riing fans are still good fans, don't discount them... not the best, but still very good, just check out some reviews. If you want RGB and some case bling they are a great choice without sacrificing much performance.

As Gilles says, I think the 303 is a case where aesthetics really come in to play, more so than many other cases, so you do need to consider these things. And clearly you have taste as you bought the 303 in the first place lol.

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