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Sure, the fan holes for the top 120 is going to look a bit funky but it is a trade off, you also loose your cd-rom bay.

You mount it using a Phobya 360mm radgrill and there should be plenty of room for your mobo. You could move the rad closer to the door if needed since in this pic it's centered.

Overall a good method of keeping crossfired 6970's in check on a mATX board.

Still debating on my build...
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So are you planning on mounting a rad up front(240) and one up top(360)?

I am looking at this case right now and trying to figure out a good way to set up a CPU loop on it and I like your idea.

If you are only going to put the 360 in you'll have a hard time cooling both cards and the CPU on one of those low profile rads. I have one now on my main rig (in a push/pull config)and it handles the CPU OK, but I doubt it could handle the addition of two GPUs very efficiently...
 
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I'm all over the place with my planned builds. Whenever I come up with an idea good enough to share I share it so others may benefit. The front rad would collide with the cdrom bay if you flush mount it leading to a strange hole. You could choose to mount it on the fan blackplate which is raised behind the front cover and keep the door on for looks.

You'd loose all drive bays except for the 3x 2.5s which is OK since most people are using a NAS for storage these days.

I'm so undecided on a build but I'm currently seriously considering a FT03 with an H70 to make it easy with crossfired 6970s. The H70 sits perfectly on the top exhaust and won't break the mobo if you choose to move it vs a large HSF. The FT03 also looks unique enough to warrant a small build vs a full blown build that is larger for me.
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