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Old 16-09-14, 03:40 PM
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CM Silencio 352 PSU advice

If i insert a h100i in push intake in the front, and I move the 3.5" drive bay to the left mounting holes. What would be the new maximum length for the PSU?

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Old 16-09-14, 03:52 PM
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I dont think youll get a specific answer - but if you buy a PSU that doesnt fit the gap youve bought the wrong case to start with

Most good PSU's will be 160 to 180mm long and that will fit fine
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Old 16-09-14, 04:36 PM
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I haven't yet bought the case or PSU. I know the HDD bay can move to the left slightly, but I wasn't sure what length that would leave for a PSU.

Its either the Silencio 352 or the Corsair 350d. I'll be housing a h100i and a BR-rw in a mATX build.
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