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Old 03-15-2016, 11:01 PM
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Question looking for a case for 2x liquid cooled fury x

Given that I want to mount two 120mm closed loop liquid cooled radiators for my crossfire fury x, and another 120mm for the cpu what case would you recommend? I have looked at the C70 but I'm unsure that I could mount two separate 120mm radiators at the top.

I would like to mount the radiator above the GPU to prevent air bubbles.
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Old 03-17-2016, 12:54 PM
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Honestly, pretty much any recent Corsair case with dual front fans should work ok for you, though if you. Use the two front fan locations for the Fury X cards, and the rear fan location for the cpu cooler. If you're putting two 120mm radiatiors up front, you may want to be sure the front fan locations support 140mm fans too just so you have a little more room to work with. Maybe get something like the 600C/Q(if you don't mind the inverted layout), and also add a fan or two on the bottom for exhaust so you can run all of the radiator fans as intake. If 2 Fury X cards will fit in a 400C/Q, you could do the same thing and put a couple of fans on the top for exhaust instead of the bottom.
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