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@Advil000 Okay, thanks for the advice. Would you happen to know if the Morpheus can support 140mm fans? I'll be using the PH-F140HP fans from Phanteks. I know the MK-26 can support 140mm fans.

Does anyone happen to know which of these two GPU coolers performs better?

The clips on the Morpheus are for 120mm fans, or fans with the same fan hole spacing. You could technically mount a one of those round frame 140mm fans. The cooler itself is like 250mm long, so a pair of 140mm fans will overhang more than a bit from all sides. Also, the way the cooler gets mounted on the card there is not much clearance to the motherboard. The 120mm Cougar Vortex fans I have on mine end up touching my motherboard's heatsink, preventing me from installing larger fans.

Both coolers should be comparable. If you really want to use large fans go with the MK-26. Keep in mind that even 2x120mm fans will be far better than the crappy stock fans on your GPU.

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