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Does anyone know if the Seasonic SSR-TR850 PSU will easily fit into the Master Case h500? I see that the PSU is 170mm and that the case supports 180mm, but what I'm wondering is, will it still fit in this case when you consider the PSU modular cables, when attached to the back of the PSU, will stick out further than 180mm. Will there be enough room so that I can still attach the PSU cables? I don't plan to use one of slots in the HD cage, so I'm wondering if it will be possible, or necessary to pass the PSU cables though that cage and then somehow get to the back of the m/b, or is any of this even an issue. Perhaps I'm over thinking this?
Like the title states looking for the cooler master 200mm radiator, as the case I recently purchased specifically states that it supports Cooler Masters own 200mm radiator, yet they don't seem to offer anything like that! Is it simply in RnD at the moment, and they plan on releasing it in the future? It seems like false marketing to display compatibility with an item that doesn't exist yet, considering this may be the reason someone purchases the h500 (like me). Do 200mm fans simply not have enough pressure to make a radiator using 200mm a viable option? Do they have plans on releasing the 200mm radiator in the near future? If not I may consider returning the case, as it doesn't really have any ability to make use of the claimed radiator sizes, as anything other than 200 or 400mm would not work in the front with mismatched fans and fan sizes, and the top doesn't have nearly enough room for most even halfway large AIOs (at least with the MoBo I chose).
So basically I was gifted an h500 case a month ago as I wanted to build a new computer, I already had an MSI motherboard (z370 gaming pro carbon ac) which I wanted to use in this build, but as of now I am not sure which cooler to go with, I already have every component besides the liquid cooler. The one I wanted to go with is the ml240r RGB liquid cooler but I think it won't fit inside the case as the fans will hit the i/o shroud on the motherboard, don't know what to do right now since I can't test or know for sure if it fits or not.