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  1. I recently purchased the MasterBox 5 Lite RGB for my current setup and just spent most of today relocating my setup to it. After a lot of trouble trying to figure out how to handle mounting the radiator, I finally got everything set up the way I wanted to, but when I'm running games (Overwatch, for example) I'm running CPU and GPU temps and rather high levels - higher than I had seen in my previous case. My H100iV2 is currently mounted to the front of the case, with two of the three RGB fans providing air in and the two Corsair fans pulling that air through. My thought is that there's not enough air flowing through the case to allow for this kind of setup, but I really don't see any other way to get this set up. Any recommendations? Would be nice if Cooler Master put in a recommended AIO setup into their guide.
  2. hello guys, i'm interested in buying the Storm Trooper for my First OverPowerd Gaming system that i want to buy in april 2015. and i want to put a Corsair Hydro H110 liquid CPU cooling kit in the mix. now is my question: Does It Fit on the ceiling of the case? the Hydro H110 has a 280mm radiator with 2x 140mm fans(dont ask about the with, i don't know that xD i'll get to that after i post this) i plan to use a ASUS MAXIMUS VII HERO motherboard. with 2-way CFX sapphire R9 290X and 2 sticks of 8gb Corsair vengeance Pro 1866 memory i can buy the H100i, but i don't know how much that will limit my i7 4790k overclocking potential maybe if its a no-go you might be able to suggest a CPU heatsink thats powerfull enough to cool a overclocked i7 4790k? thanks for reading -Tim