i can confirm it will fit in a Rosewill Thor push pull but you better be handy with a dremel and a drill if you want to use tall ram and full sized fans in push pull. The biggest problem with this case is that the motherboard sits so high in the case. It really limits what you can do on the top area. They really didn't design it to have anything other than the one 230mm fan (stock) or the optional two 140mm (or 120mm) fans (well i guess i shouldn't say they, since we all know Rosewill didn't design this case, lol). With my parts combination i was forced to push the h100 as far over (away from the motherboard) as possible so i would have clearance. The h100 will bolt up to stock holes but it is too close to the motherboard in push pull. Once it is moved over you will need to cut away the material blocking the fans ( i cut the mesh too while i was at it). Then you need to drill some mounting holes, i only needed to drill 4 and then use washers to hold the other side through the mesh(closer to the motherboard). This is pretty solid and looks nice if you take your time. Then all that's left to do it remove the center plastic clips from the case top on the side you just covered up and trim any material away from the top where the bolts are so it will fit flush (all hidden once its together).