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Will it fit: Cooler Master Stacker 830SE + Corsair Hydro Series H100i GTX

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So recently bought these to replace my older rig

Intel Core i7-6700K 4.0GHz LGA 1151
Corsair Hydro Series H100i GTX Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler
Gigabyte Z170X-Gaming 3 LGA 1151
wanting to know if there are folks with a Cooler Master Stacker 830SE that have the Corsair Hydro Series H100i GTX installed.

Where there problems you've encountered installing the cooler?
Or, is the case too small for this cooler
Pictures would be awesome if any
 

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Pclinde    197

Hi,

 

I have a feeling that a 240mm radiator won't fit. A 120mm radiator wouldn't be a problem at all.

 

Cheersl,

Pim

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KINIKOS12    2

Yes you Can!

 

1. Remove the botom antidust mesh

2. Turn the case upside down

3. Mound the Radiator Under the chassis with the hoses of the cooler towards the middle of the case. They have just enough clearance from the Rim.

4. Cut the antidust nesh to fit two openings for the hoses and drill 8 Holes to fit the Fan assembly holes (I used the Radiator as a basic frame of reference)

5. Mount the supplied Fans, encapsulating the antidust mesh between the Fans Chassis and Radiator (Install One and then turn the case on its feet again and then install the other) using Guards to blow air into the case.

6. I used the ATX B configuration for the MB with the rear Fan Blowing Air Into the case

7. With this configuration the Corsair LOGO is visible

8. Optional: you can cut a mesh the size of the radiator and fit underneath it to further prevent dust from entering the Case.

Hope i helped You

 

 

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Pclinde    197

Yes you Can!

 

1. Remove the botom antidust mesh

2. Turn the case upside down

3. Mound the Radiator Under the chassis with the hoses of the cooler towards the middle of the case. They have just enough clearance from the Rim.

4. Cut the antidust nesh to fit two openings for the hoses and drill 8 Holes to fit the Fan assembly holes (I used the Radiator as a basic frame of reference)

5. Mount the supplied Fans, encapsulating the antidust mesh between the Fans Chassis and Radiator (Install One and then turn the case on its feet again and then install the other) using Guards to blow air into the case.

6. I used the ATX B configuration for the MB with the rear Fan Blowing Air Into the case

7. With this configuration the Corsair LOGO is visible

8. Optional: you can cut a mesh the size of the radiator and fit underneath it to further prevent dust from entering the Case.

Hope i helped You

Thanks for correcting me and for sharing this information! <3

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