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Old August 27, 2010, 10:49 AM
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martin if you read all the thread you will see i run my htpc ( wife's ) in a regular case, hence why i was thinking a heavy OC G6950 with just a little bit of air moving around is said case.
I know that, that's why I haven't talk about smaller case. I am curious to know if the cooler will fit in a regular case or require some larger one like the prolimatech that fit 140mm ( if you are running on a old plastic case ). If it can fit your case then why not? in the worst case senario just sell it. If it do good then, spead the good news
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