NZXT Tempest 210 Problems
I was going to use the NZXT Tempest 210 in this rig, along with dual 240mm radiators. While the top of the case supports both 140mm and 120mm fans, the 120mm fans are centered in the 140mm openings. This does not allow a 240mm radiator to be mounted, unless you use just 4 screws on top, rather than 8. A 2x140mm radiator may fit the fan mounts, however the motherboard may not fit due to its placement. A workaround would be 2, 120mm radiators mounted in the 120mm fan locations.
For the front of the case, the fan spacing seems correct for a vertical 2x120mm radiator, however the 5 1/4" bays will need a small rectangle cut out for the top of the radiator as the overall height between base on the bays is roughly 5mm short. The XSPC RS240 radiator will also not slide between the 3 1/2" bays and the front of the chassis, but a BlackIce Stealth 240 may. The fans will then need mounted between the front bezel and the chassis. To do so, 25mm fans will not work without modification. The chassis grills on the front are raised, so they would need cut as well as the dust filter removed. Slim fans should work, though you will want to create a "shroud" using foam to fill the gaps if the grill is not cut out.
Ultimately, those mods, while minor to some, were more than I wanted to do for this build. I'm undecided if I'll do it anyway at some point or resell the case.
Here's how she sits today, crunching away with a single 5870 running on air. On another note, really Seasonic?? That is some terrible sleeving for a $200+ Platinum power supply!