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post #11 of 29
800d cable management is amazing lol
post #12 of 29
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my only real concern is if there is enough room on top for a RX360 with push/pull Yates? I suppose if I'm going with a RX360 on top and a RS240 below i don't really need push/pull on the 360 or the 240....

Other than that i cant really think of anything else that would worry me about this case. Hopefully i have gone through enough cases by now that I finally figured out what i want and need and i will hang onto this one for a while if I get it!!!

dihartnell - dont worry the HAF X comment was a edit so its no wonder you missed it
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post #13 of 29
800D with quad on top and single next to motherboard I/O's?
Just another possible solution
post #14 of 29
There is not quite enough room for an RX360 + push pull fans in the top of the 800D. However if you have low motherboard heat sinks it should fit over them as it's only too thick by about 1 cm.
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post #15 of 29
an rx360 w/ push/pull will have a few mm of clearance space from the mb, go w/ external top fans and/or add a fan shroud like moi:

post #16 of 29
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i already have a 360, 240 and 120 rad so buying a 480 is out of the question.

i have a heatsink at the very top of my board and it sits about the same height as the 6 pin mobo connector. My temps are really good as it is right now. Ambient is 23.1 and water temp is 24.5. idle around 32 and load about 48 so if i just do push on the top rad i think i will be ok and that using the 120 rad at exhaust instead of the 240 rad i have sitting on my desk.
Edited by whipple16 - 1/3/11 at 5:42pm
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post #17 of 29
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also the 800D is only $279 at micro center right now with a $20 mir (same price as the 700d)

there are 2 in stock and i work 15 mins from the micro center in Santa Clara so there might only be 1 left this time tomorrow
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post #18 of 29
Fair enough, you could add that 120 in too for laughs
I'd do what everyone is saying, 360 up top and 240 down bottom, minor planned modding to the bottom and then everything will go ahead, I'm pretty sure I saw a full tutorial somewhere on youtube on how to do it if you're not to sure. It's pretty self explanatory though.
post #19 of 29
an ATCS 840 would accomidate you nicely, however you said you dont particularly like CM cases, and I have to repect that. The 800D is an excellent case, its actually what I was going to get before I saw the 840 on sale.
post #20 of 29
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also the 800D is only $279 at micro center right now with a $20 mir (same price as the 700d)

there are 2 in stock and i work 15 mins from the micro center in Santa Clara so there might only be 1 left this time tomorrow
, the corsair is the best case I have own, not perfect, but still really good non the less
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