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On my Thermaltake Armor+, with the board I have in my rig, and the cards, would you say there would be enough room to slap Duorbs on my 8800 GTS SLI setup? I mean, holding these monsters in my hand I hardly see if that would fit in, so I'm calling forth to the general knowledge. I'm also open to different solutions, doesn't have to be a duorb, I'm fairly open.

Oh and, what are the temps I should be concerned to get on 8800 GTS? I've never overclocked before and I'm seeking references in all the hardware of the computer.

Thank you very much.
    
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2600k@4.5ghzHTon 1.35v Asus P67 Deluxe EVGA GTX 670 4GB 8GB DDR3-1600 Ripjaws CL7-8-7-24 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Intel X-25M 160GB G2 + 2x1TB Caviar Black Windows 7 x64 Ultimate Crossover 27Q + Dell S2309 23'' G19 
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Corsair HX1000W Thermaltake Armor+ G9 
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As far as space I don't know, but my 8800gt's run about 70c under load with stock cooling, not overclocked except by the manufacturer.
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Two DuoRbs will still take up quite a bit of space. Installed, the lower card in my case barely has any clearance at the bottom.. it has about a 1-1.5cm clearance from the bottom
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