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post #11 of 14
I have the V-354, and I use a Noctua NH-U9B SE2 cooler, which fits just fine. The 212+ would probably fit just fine, depending on the way you orient it.

You should also have plenty of space for the GTX580s as long as you remove the bottom hard drive rack (which is possible, there are thumb screws that you unscrew and the bottom hard drive rack slides out).

I highly recommend a modular power supply to make it easier to pack all of that hardware into this case.

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(This one isn't mine, I just don't have any pictures of mine since I took out the bottom hard drive rack).
Edited by Redmist - 2/15/11 at 10:11am
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post #12 of 14
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Thank you Redmist! NH-U9B SE2 is also a very good choice, with a good air flow in the V354 case.

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I have the V-354, and I use a Noctua NH-U9B SE2 cooler, which fits just fine. The 212+ would probably fit just fine, depending on the way you orient it.

You should also have plenty of space for the GTX580s as long as you remove the bottom hard drive rack (which is possible, there are thumb screws that you unscrew and the bottom hard drive rack slides out).

I highly recommend a modular power supply to make it easier to pack all of that hardware into this case.


(This one isn't mine, I just don't have any pictures of mine since I took out the bottom hard drive rack).
post #13 of 14
Just a question, with a 140-120mm adapter, can you put a H50 in using the top fan spot?
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Just a question, with a 140-120mm adapter, can you put a H50 in using the top fan spot?
You can, but you don't need an adapter because the top is 120mm. The front fan is 140mm. Before I hooked my noctua's I had an enermax vegas 140mm at the front attached to an adapter, that was then hooked up to the h50 with another fan at the end for push/pull.

You can put it up top, but the radiator will be flush with PSU and will cause the rad to heat up.
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