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Ive got some G. Skill Triden Z's for my 6700k, Im looking at order parts right now and Im thinking I want a 360 and a 240 but not sure to go with a thicker 360 for the front and a thinner 240 up top or instead go with like a medium thick 360 like the EK PE series.
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I'm curious if anyone has put two of EK Coolstream SE 360 in the front and top. If so please post or link me to them. I've seen some builds with PE 360 in both and it was super tight. I'm wanting to go with two 360 but not make it look so tight.
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I'm curious if anyone has put two of EK Coolstream SE 360 in the front and top. If so please post or link me to them. I've seen some builds with PE 360 in both and it was super tight. I'm wanting to go with two 360 but not make it look so tight.

Yes its possible
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Awesome! Thanks for the pictures. I was looking at what you posted earlier but I couldn't see the rads. What fans are you using? You should post more pictures!
post #13735 of 16294
I've started building inside my new Define S. As expected, the side panels (and the entire outside of the cse in general) are a finger print magnet.

What's the best way to get rid of them once I'm done installing everything inside the case?
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I'm finishing up a build in an Arc Midi R2

Coming from a Case Labs I'm still pretty happy with the case. One thing that really ticked me off though was the motherboard stand off holes might as well have not been threaded (if they ever were). I needed to use tools to thread each stand off (and I'm anal about threading safe) and one of the studs sheared it took so much force

Just like working in a Corsair case.
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I'm finishing up a build in an Arc Midi R2

Coming from a Case Labs I'm still pretty happy with the case. One thing that really ticked me off though was the motherboard stand off holes might as well have not been threaded (if they ever were). I needed to use tools to thread each stand off (and I'm anal about threading safe) and one of the studs sheared it took so much force

Just like working in a Corsair case.

Odd. I don't remember having any issues with my mini r2
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Does anyone have the swiftech H240X Front mounted in the R5? Did it fit out of box? If not what modding was needed?
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post #13740 of 16294
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Ive got some G. Skill Triden Z's for my 6700k, Im looking at order parts right now and Im thinking I want a 360 and a 240 but not sure to go with a thicker 360 for the front and a thinner 240 up top or instead go with like a medium thick 360 like the EK PE series.

I had a 60 up front and a 30 up top. Worked pretty well.
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