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Will Corsair 750D fit Swiftech H20-320 Elite Water Cooler?

Will the Corsair 750D fit Swiftech H20-320 Elite Water Cooler internally at the top?

Specs say it can fit 360mm rad but tons of reviews clearly indicate it's a very snug fit or that many won't fit at all.
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  1. I'm fairly certain it will, but if worse comes to worse, and you really want the preformance benefits, you can place the fans on the outside of the case and leave the radiator on the inside. It wont look great, but you'll be able to overclock really well.
  2. kittylovermybut said:
    I'm fairly certain it will, but if worse comes to worse, and you really want the preformance benefits, you can place the fans on the outside of the case and leave the radiator on the inside. It wont look great, but you'll be able to overclock really well.


    Ah man the Corsair 750D is 1% away from exactly what I need. Is there any way that you know of that we could confirm that it fits a 34mm thick 360 rad? Where this case seems to be hit and miss is due to most rads being 360mm plus that little extra on the sides plus then tubing angles over the motherboard and RAM depending on how the rad is situated.

    I've read a lot that most 360mm rads in this case press against many different mobos or that the tubing is so awkward it presses against the RAM dimms.
  3. CmdrJeffSinclair said:
    kittylovermybut said:
    I'm fairly certain it will, but if worse comes to worse, and you really want the preformance benefits, you can place the fans on the outside of the case and leave the radiator on the inside. It wont look great, but you'll be able to overclock really well.


    Ah man the Corsair 750D is 1% away from exactly what I need. Is there any way that you know of that we could confirm that it fits a 34mm thick 360 rad? Where this case seems to be hit and miss is due to most rads being 360mm plus that little extra on the sides plus then tubing angles over the motherboard and RAM depending on how the rad is situated.

    I've read a lot that most 360mm rads in this case press against many different mobos or that the tubing is so awkward it presses against the RAM dimms.


    You could try too get really thin 120mm fans, but the best I can do to ensure a proper fit is to recommend a 900D, which will cost you. Or get a smaller 2x120mm radiator.
  4. kittylovermybut said:
    CmdrJeffSinclair said:
    kittylovermybut said:
    I'm fairly certain it will, but if worse comes to worse, and you really want the preformance benefits, you can place the fans on the outside of the case and leave the radiator on the inside. It wont look great, but you'll be able to overclock really well.


    Ah man the Corsair 750D is 1% away from exactly what I need. Is there any way that you know of that we could confirm that it fits a 34mm thick 360 rad? Where this case seems to be hit and miss is due to most rads being 360mm plus that little extra on the sides plus then tubing angles over the motherboard and RAM depending on how the rad is situated.

    I've read a lot that most 360mm rads in this case press against many different mobos or that the tubing is so awkward it presses against the RAM dimms.


    You could try too get really thin 120mm fans, but the best I can do to ensure a proper fit is to recommend a 900D, which will cost you. Or get a smaller 2x120mm radiator.


    Yeah, that was my first thought too. Over double the price and stupidly larger all because my rad is 1-2mm too long
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    CmdrJeffSinclair said:
    kittylovermybut said:
    CmdrJeffSinclair said:
    kittylovermybut said:
    I'm fairly certain it will, but if worse comes to worse, and you really want the preformance benefits, you can place the fans on the outside of the case and leave the radiator on the inside. It wont look great, but you'll be able to overclock really well.


    Ah man the Corsair 750D is 1% away from exactly what I need. Is there any way that you know of that we could confirm that it fits a 34mm thick 360 rad? Where this case seems to be hit and miss is due to most rads being 360mm plus that little extra on the sides plus then tubing angles over the motherboard and RAM depending on how the rad is situated.

    I've read a lot that most 360mm rads in this case press against many different mobos or that the tubing is so awkward it presses against the RAM dimms.


    You could try too get really thin 120mm fans, but the best I can do to ensure a proper fit is to recommend a 900D, which will cost you. Or get a smaller 2x120mm radiator.


    Yeah, that was my first thought too. Over double the price and stupidly larger all because my rad is 1-2mm too long


    Oh well, good luck with your rig man
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