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  1. Hi all, I am currently researching parts for my new pc that I plan to build in a couple of weeks. I have made a parts list but ran into a problem; the case and AIO combination don'support all RAM modules due to clearance issues. The relevant parts of my list: - CPU: Intel i7-10700k - Motherboard: ASUS ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming - CPU cooler: Corsair Corsair iCUE H115i Elite Capellix Liquid CPU Cooler, 280 mm - Case: Corsair iCue 4000X Tempered Glass Black Originally I wanted to buy some Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro RAM, but quickly found out that this particular RAM kit will interfere with my AIO cooler. My question is: are there any RGB RAM kits that will fit my case/AIO cooler/motherboard combination? I am looking for 32GB (2X 16) 3600Mhz kit. Help will be very much appreciated!
  2. Guys i wanna put a Powercolor rx 6800xt gpu in my corsair 220t case. The issue is the size of the card is 320mm. Is there any way i can get this card to fit in my case? i love the powercolor rgb and think it will look beautiful combined in the 220t. any advice? i already have my 220t case btw. Thanks guys
  3. Hello all, Trying my very best to figure out a potential clearance issue, hoping someone has the knowledge to resolve the issue. Planning on getting a Corsair 4000x Case, and Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO RAM with a MSI AMD B550 MPG GAMING EDGE WIFI ATX Motherboard. I am wondering would a TOP MOUNTED Corsair Capellix AIO have clearance issues with the RAM, i don't really have a preference for which size but would rather go bigger if possible. Thank you in advance for any responses.
  4. Hi :biggrin: For Christmas I got a new case the 465x and a new mobo a Asus strix Z390 gaming E I just added my existing AIO the H100i pro platinum RGB and my ram is just basic HyperX fury low profile.. But I think about new ram : Obviously Corsair vangeance pro RGB But while installing the AIO in my case with the HyperX ram The radiator and the RAM rubs but settles but again its Low profile RAM Is it possible that the vangeance doesn't even fit ? Because exept the mobo all is Corsair, It will be a shame if a corsair case can't take a Corsair AIO and Corsair RAM... Did someone achieved it ? thanks :roll:
  5. Hey everyone! I am new to this (computer gaming) so I apologize in advance. I purchased an H100I cooling unit and unfortunately I am not able to properly house the radiator to the top of my existing mid-tower case because of lack of space the heat shields on my ram make it impossible to screw in both sides to the top. My very lamen question is are some mid-tower cases different the 220T corsair case is exactly the same width as my current case. So I guess my fear is having the exact same issue. Is it just my motherboard configuration? My XPG ram is a little bit on the bulky side, but not egregiously so. Thanks for the input.
  6. Alright, so I'm working on a new build and I'm really excited about it, but I'm not sure if all the parts will fit into this case, which is the Corsair 280x. So I recently acquired an AsRock x570m pro4 motherboard, and I'm currently looking at a really good deal on an all white RTX 2070 OC from gigabyte. I know that the 30cm/12 inch GPU will fit if I only put 2 fans in the front, and put the radiator on the top. However, I'm not entirely sure if the motherboard will block my radiator (Corsair h100i Platinum SE) from being mounted up there. My brother recently ran into this problem with his build, so I'm curious to find out what you guys have to say about it. Is it something that may be an issue? Or do you guys think the radiator will fit fine on top?
  7. I'm currently running a case, I've run into issues with a NZXT Source 210 I believe. So, basically purchased the H110i cooler hoping it would work for my computer case, turns out it doesn't (not Corsairs problem, just my own stupidity) But, was curious. I'm running a MSI SLI Krait motherboard, does anyone know if the H110i 230mm radiator and fans would fit inside the case with it if I bought the spec-alpha instead? I want to mount it on either the top or front, sorry if I'm not specific enough. In the NZXT I can't mount it up front because I can't remove the bracket holding the HDDs and I can't mount it up top because the ram blocks me from fitting the H110i. So, I'd like to know if buying the Corsair Carbide Spec-Alpha will remedy my issue. (Sorry if I'm in the wrong place, I think I'm in the right place)
  8. Hi guys I'm wondering if anyone has any idea if the Gigabyte 1060 G1 fits in the Corsair 250D with no problem? By "no problem", I mean theres no clearance issues regarding the dimensions of the card with case, theres no bulge on the side panel of the case when it is attached on while the GPU is installed and no clearance issues with the power connectors and the top case lid. The dimensions of the GPU: Gigabyte 1060 G1 Gaming H=40 L=278 W=114 mm Thanks in advance :)
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