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Corsair Carbide Air 240 Black Steel Windowed MicroATX Case $55AR

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Created 02-07-2018 at 12:37 AM by sr71
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I'd be in, but some reviews say you need a low profile CPU cooler. Not a issue if you water cool. Sweet case though at a good price. TU
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I have one, in white.... Looks amazing.
Yes, for the upper row, you do need slightly low profile but with two separate compartments and power supply being in separate compartment, I think heating is very well controlled
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Great case. Love mine.
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I'd be in, but some reviews say you need a low profile CPU cooler. Not a issue if you water cool. Sweet case though at a good price. TU
I have this case in white and really like it. It was excellent to build in and I highly recommend it. With many mATX cases, there is a limitation to the height of the air cooler. Not really an issue though, just about all manufacturers make coolers in varying sizes. I use a Noctua NHD9L with a 4790k.

To your point, water cooling/AIOs would also work and the case can support a 240mm radiator in the front intakes. There's a video on YouTube somewhere (by Corsair) showing how you can stuff 2 full sized gpus, along with a radiator and two front intake fans (push/pull config) into this case.
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