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Dual 1080 Sea Hawk in "midi r2"

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Greetings,

 

I was looking around at some of the 1080 options available and noticed the 1080 Sea Hawk from MSI and wondered if I would be able to fit both radiators in the front or top of my case. (the ARC Midi R2

I will of course wait untill some actual benchmarks have been made and if the water cooling actually matters, but gaining some knowledge couldn't hurt, right? :P 

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Yea you will be able to do that.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Curufinwe_wins said:

Yea you will be able to do that.

I noticed that my message may have been unclear, I meant to ask if I could mount both radiators together on either the front or top of the case.

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1 minute ago, y_unit265 said:

I noticed that my message may have been unclear, I meant to ask if I could mount both radiators together on either the front or top of the case.

Ahh, well it looks like the case is wide enough to do that if you rotate the rads.


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Not 100% sure, but if you'd mount the radiators with the endtanks on the side, you should be good. If it'll fit 2x140mm fans, it'll fit a pair of 120mm rads.

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