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Old 07-27-2018, 08:06 AM
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Question Corsair 100R compatibility

Hi,

I have searched high and low to check for compatibles for my corsair 100R - pcpartpicker as well as googled for a day or so.. :(

Can someone please help me with the following:

The config I want includes a x470 aorus motherboard, with a rx vega 56 card , Corsair - RMx 650w power supply and a Noctua NH-U9S cooler.

I have been saving on and off for the last 5-6 months or so and now it is time to buy a graphics card.. :D

The graphics card is 282 mm long and the case specs said that the top slot is ok for cards upto 414 mm. Why does it still say that the some drive bays may be blocked?

If so, is it possible to remove the top part of the drive bay? or partially? I have one HDD and one SSD.


If anybody thinks there might be other problems with my build, please feel free to correct me! :)
List: https://de.pcpartpicker.com/list/KHNkjy

Thanks!
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Old 07-27-2018, 02:21 PM
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You should be fine if the card is just going to sit on the top slot. The drive bay itself isn't partially removable. You'd have to remove the whole thing but you shouldn't have to if you're only using one card.
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