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Anybody have a pic of a 560mm rad at the top of the cosair 800d? Ive seen the 480mm rad before I want to see what the 560mm looks like and stuff

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Here is a thread with one...
 

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Isnt that post an 800d with a 480 not a 560?
 

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Originally Posted by charliehorse55 View Post
It does fit, but it is very close, less than 10mm clearance on the power switch assembly.

Don't have a picture of this sorry.

Not sure where you got this info Charlie but as someone who owns a 700d..

The top of the 700d / 800d is 585mm and a 560 is 605mm so it won't fit. If you add the aluminum face plate that cover the 5.25 bays it it 610mm.
 

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Not sure where you got this info Charlie but as someone who owns a 700d..

The top of the 700d / 800d is 585mm and a 560 is 605mm so it won't fit. If you add the aluminum face plate that cover the 5.25 bays it it 610mm.
Sorry, I was wrong. You have to do a slight mod to allow the tubing hook up to extend out past the end of the case. Essentially the tubing comes out the back, only to go into the "internal" radiator.

It's still preferable to mounting it externally.
 

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Basically you would have to cut the back out of the case to fit it in the top. Might as well just externally mount it. You would have at least 3" or 8cm sticking out the back. Sort of a franken-mod.
 

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Ill probably just stick to my original plan of 480mm rad on top and a 360mm rad at the bottom all in corsair 800D.
 

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Ill probably just stick to my original plan of 480mm rad on top and a 360mm rad at the bottom all in corsair 800D.
You can't really fit a 360mm on the bottom unless you have a super short psu. Why do you even need a 360 and a 480? Thats a ton of cooling power.
 

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Im going tri sli 480s and a i7 980x and also cooling my mobo I wanted something that could fit at the top and it to be all enclosed inside the corsair 800d I dont like externally mounting its ugly!! I was going to buy the case and some rad grills and see what i can fit in the case.
 

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Originally Posted by TuffPoo View Post
Im going tri sli 480s and a i7 980x and also cooling my mobo I wanted something that could fit at the top and it to be all enclosed inside the corsair 800d I dont like externally mounting its ugly!! I was going to buy the case and some rad grills and see what i can fit in the case.
Wow that's quite the build! What is the maximum RPM your fans will spin at? It will help us a lot for choosing your radiators.
 
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