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Case GPU length limits

Im looking at a Thermaltake p3 atx, and hoping to put the gpu in without the vertical mount, but to cool my cpu im planning to put a 360 Arctic ii aio, would it still be able to fit it witout the gpu mount?

 

the case description says i can only fit a 280mm (With Reservoir & Radiator) 450mm (Without Reservoir & Radiator) but im not going to be putting a pump i it, so im confused now. becasue my GPU is 324mm long

 

Thanks in advance, and if i missed anything please let me know ❤️

 

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You mean like this: 
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5 minutes ago, Quickstrike said:

You mean like this: 
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i think he is actually supposed to have the gpu mounted vertically so with an aio i dont see how it would cause most of the trouble, can just move it a slot in case its in the way.

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Just now, SadD0G said:

i think he is actually supposed to have the gpu mounted vertically so with an aio i dont see how it would cause most of the trouble, can just move it a slot in case its in the way.

If he doesn't have a gen 4 PCIE riser, he can't mount a newer GPU vertical.

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17 minutes ago, Quickstrike said:

If he doesn't have a gen 4 PCIE riser, he can't mount a newer GPU vertical.

Yes he can. Pcie is backwards compatible. A 4.0 device will run at 3.0 speeds. That’s not relevant here though. 
 

 

36 minutes ago, Clowm_FemderUwU said:

and hoping to put the gpu in without the vertical mount

 

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41 minutes ago, Quickstrike said:

You mean like this: 
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this is how i was hoping to do it, but i guess its not the end of the world if i do have to use the mount

also, i didint think to make a little diagram, thank you for that

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