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P6t deluxe V2 Trifire

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So as I know the last pcie slot in the deluxe v2 is too close to the second one which will not allow you to use Trifire with dual slot cards, but what if I took off the gpu heatsinks and installed water-cooling on it? Would there be enough room for 3 dual slot cards in that case??
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El Computron
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i5 3570k Asus P8Z77V-LK 980 ti SLI Gskill Ripjaws 16gb  
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1 TB (2X500 RAID 0) Seagate Barracuda OCZ Vector 150 120 gb 2 LG DVD drives XSPC rasa 240 
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Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Asus VG278 144hz Razer BlackWidow Cooler Master Silent Pro M 1000w 
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Well, teh waterblock would be a lot smaller, so you could do it I guess,

If you check out the dimensions of the block you should be able to measure it.

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