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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-30-2020, 05:27 PM - Thread Starter
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o11d dynamic vs the XL

so on craigslist I can buy a regular o11D for 75. problem is I want two 360 radiators

was just wondering if it would be worth the money savings cause it seems like I cant fit a 360 rad on the bottom which looks like way better,

if I put a 360 rad on the bottom of A NON O11d, I'm thinking I'd lose at least one PCI slot which means I lose a sound card, kinda sucks deciding this one cause the cheap craigslist deal would essentially pay for the gpu block lol
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The XL makes it easier, but you can fit 2 360's in a regular o11d depending on the radiator/fan config. The side cutout will work with up to a 45mm thick rad behind the mobo tray and the fans in front, and you can install a 360 in the top. The trick with that config is the line routing on the side rad. If you aren't running SLI + sound card + NIC + PCIe M.2 adapter etc, losing the bottom slot or 2 shouldn't be much of an issue either. With that said, the XL definitely allows room to fit everything more comfortably and looks better with a multi-rad config.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ObiWanShinob1 View Post
so on craigslist I can buy a regular o11D for 75. problem is I want two 360 radiators



was just wondering if it would be worth the money savings cause it seems like I cant fit a 360 rad on the bottom which looks like way better,



if I put a 360 rad on the bottom of A NON O11d, I'm thinking I'd lose at least one PCI slot which means I lose a sound card, kinda sucks deciding this one cause the cheap craigslist deal would essentially pay for the gpu block lol
Is possible, I mean, looks possible. I don't have any other card attached to the mobo besides the gpu. I've got 3 rads in the o11d, and there's two available slots, you gotta check for clearance of the audio card. And you said, the difference in price is the gpu block, so personally speaking I'd go with the 75 quid deal Click image for larger version

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I have two 360 Rads in my O11 Dynamic regular size. It just gets really tight depending on which rads and if push/pull is a must.

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Quote: Originally Posted by thomasck View Post
Is possible, I mean, looks possible. I don't have any other card attached to the mobo besides the gpu. I've got 3 rads in the o11d, and there's two available slots, you gotta check for clearance of the audio card. And you said, the difference in price is the gpu block, so personally speaking I'd go with the 75 quid deal Attachment 322926

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that looks dope!

I just got the o11d XL haha glad I did, my only issue with it so far is the fact that I cant fit the SSD tray in the back side either I'm an idiot or my PSU is too big, I cant figure out which



this is before I tucked the cables in but the insert tabs cant seem to fit where the psu is, and I don't understand I thought this case was made for performance parts, why wouldn't it fit?

PSU is an EVGA supernova 1300 watt
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I recently just finished a build in the 011D XL. I saw the extra space is worth it.
Compared to my old Corsair 750D case that I just moved out of, 011D XL is really small

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Quote: Originally Posted by ObiWanShinob1 View Post
that looks dope!

I just got the o11d XL haha glad I did, my only issue with it so far is the fact that I cant fit the SSD tray in the back side either I'm an idiot or my PSU is too big, I cant figure out which



this is before I tucked the cables in but the insert tabs cant seem to fit where the psu is, and I don't understand I thought this case was made for performance parts, why wouldn't it fit?

PSU is an EVGA supernova 1300 watt
Hey I have an 1000W supernova and I got mine to fit. Try loosening the screws holding the PSU in place just a bit to get some wiggle. You can for sure fit that SSD tray on.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Hardrock View Post
Hey I have an 1000W supernova and I got mine to fit. Try loosening the screws holding the PSU in place just a bit to get some wiggle. You can for sure fit that SSD tray on.
oh shee, thank you for that clarification, this has been bugging me for a while lol but I figured I'd try again when all the water-cooling parts arrive

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Quote: Originally Posted by Hardrock View Post
Hey I have an 1000W supernova and I got mine to fit. Try loosening the screws holding the PSU in place just a bit to get some wiggle. You can for sure fit that SSD tray on.
I too have the EVGA 1000W T2 in my XL case and can confirm everything fits perfectly.

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Quote: Originally Posted by iunlock View Post
I too have the EVGA 1000W T2 in my XL case and can confirm everything fits perfectly.
I think that tightening the psu down before installing the bracket was my mistake haha will update after water-cooling parts get here

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