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Carlos Santos

1st time Build - MasterCase Pro 6 liquid cooler question

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Hi!
I'm building a PC for the 1st time and I have a question that I have been unable to find an answer for.

So, I bought the MasterCase Pro 6 and I've read on the specs about the radiator size limitation for the top, but there's no info other than the 280 support on the front.

Would a MasterLiquid Pro 280 fit in the front and would the tubing reach it with no problems?
I already removed the drive cages on the front and the design is going to be black with blue lighting (cage and if possible the CPU cooler itself) + the MOBA and RAM. 

Thanks in advance.

If your curious about my build is my list of components for it:

- Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 6 (blue LED version) -> already bought
- Asus Crosshair VI Hero
- AMD Ryzen 1600X

- Thermal Paste ARCTIC MX-4 20G -> already bought

- Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 280 or Noctua NH-D15SE-AM4 (undecided for several reasons. 1 being the question above, the other main one being fear of water cooler leakage)

- G.SKILL TRIDENT Z RGB 16GB (2X8GB) DDR4-3200MHZ CL14
- Cooler Master V750
- SSD M.2 2280 SAMSUNG 960 EVO 500GB TLC NVME -> already bought
- GPU (UNDECIDED - waiting for AMD Vega information/release for comparison with Nvidia cards. Last component to get)
- 2x Noctua NF-A14 industrialPPC-3000PWM -> already bought (might buy an extra one for the front should the liquid cooler not fit)

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Welcome to CM forum .

Hi Carlos . Base what we know , Master Case Pro 6 able handle 280 radiator at the front , you can refer this link : MASTERCASE PRO 6

 

and below is picture ( Real picture pro 6 with master liquid pro 280 ) for your reference .

i would like to say thanks to GCC team APAC ( Bro Tom and Jerry ) help me provide this picture . Ur the best man .

5914178b89797_pro2.thumb.jpg.5fd798faf33c2471abf869d4738e6741.jpg

pro1.thumb.jpg.bf4fc4ac4124f2021593d53f53c566e3.jpg

pro3.thumb.jpg.2cf859251ae79b24ae8a0442b84e060c.jpg

pro4.thumb.jpg.17915c87f89bb0a269720b08e984bcbd.jpg

 

Hope this can help .

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2 hours ago, Mohd Noh said:

Welcome to CM forum .

Hi Carlos . Base what we know , Master Case Pro 6 able handle 280 radiator at the front , you can refer this link : MASTERCASE PRO 6

 

and below is picture ( Real picture pro 6 with master liquid pro 280 ) for your reference .

i would like to say thanks to GCC team APAC ( Bro Tom and Jerry ) help me provide this picture . Ur the best man .

5914178b89797_pro2.thumb.jpg.5fd798faf33c2471abf869d4738e6741.jpg

pro1.thumb.jpg.bf4fc4ac4124f2021593d53f53c566e3.jpg

pro3.thumb.jpg.2cf859251ae79b24ae8a0442b84e060c.jpg

pro4.thumb.jpg.17915c87f89bb0a269720b08e984bcbd.jpg

 

Hope this can help .


Yes, that is exactly what I wanted to see! Thank you! :D

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13 minutes ago, Carlos Santos said:


Yes, that is exactly what I wanted to see! Thank you! :D

You welcome :)

 

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