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Corsair Graphite 780T radiator top mounting?

Troika
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The booklet says it can mount two 360mm rads on the top, according to point B on case features on page 4 of the downloadable pdf. Can anyone confirm this and how they're actually mounted? I haven't bought the case in question but if it can do two 360mm rads on the top, I may seriously consider getting it.

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The website says it can do two 360mm rads, not two on top. If it could, that would be an insanely wide case. It can support a 360mm radiator on top and probably a 360 in the front also.

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11 minutes ago, Cereal5 said:

The website says it can do two 360mm rads, not two on top. If it could, that would be an insanely wide case. It can support a 360mm radiator on top and probably a 360 in the front also.

Oooh, you're right. I didn't notice the other B at the front of the case xD

That's still pretty good though, I assume you'd lose the 5.25" bays at the front.

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6 minutes ago, Troika said:

Oooh, you're right. I didn't notice the other B at the front of the case xD

That's still pretty good though, I assume you'd lose the 5.25" bays at the front.

Possibly, it’s a bigger case though so maybe not. Even so... do you use an optical drive?

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14 minutes ago, Cereal5 said:

Possibly, it’s a bigger case though so maybe not. Even so... do you use an optical drive?

Yes but I planned on ditching the optical drive for a dual 5.25" bay res for a custom loop at some point. It should still be fine cooling wise. A big 360mm at the top, a 280 at the front, a 240mm at the bottom and a 140mm at the back. Should be plenty.

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