Graphics card doesn't fit in case :'( please help!!! (pictures provided!

The little area at the front, where harddrive, CD drive, ETC, sit is blocking my graphics card from getting in, I spent so much on this case, and I opened it, I don't think they will refund, plus if they do I have to freaking pay lots of postage to send it back to them

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  1. 1) Cut the case to fit the gpu
    2) Return the case, get an ATX one
    3) Return the gpu and get a little one

    P.S: How can you be so dumb?
  2. It doesn't look good. your options may be pretty limited. What case is that exactly?
  3. todd1780 said:
    It doesn't look good. your options may be pretty limited. What case is that exactly?


    Vantage Midi ATX , OK so I opened the left side pannel, and there was a blue thing named "REMOVE FOR LONGER CARDS" if I can figure out how to structure it right, because my motherboard is facing the other way, and the pannel that can be removed is back of the motherboard, so IDK ill see if motherboard can be slapped on other way around.
  4. PedramCarter said:
    todd1780 said:
    It doesn't look good. your options may be pretty limited. What case is that exactly?


    Vantage Midi ATX , OK so I opened the left side pannel, and there was a blue thing named "REMOVE FOR LONGER CARDS" if I can figure out how to structure it right, because my motherboard is facing the other way, and the pannel that can be removed is back of the motherboard, so IDK ill see if motherboard can be slapped on other way around.


    Motherboard only goes in one way.
  5. USAFRet said:
    PedramCarter said:
    todd1780 said:
    It doesn't look good. your options may be pretty limited. What case is that exactly?


    Vantage Midi ATX , OK so I opened the left side pannel, and there was a blue thing named "REMOVE FOR LONGER CARDS" if I can figure out how to structure it right, because my motherboard is facing the other way, and the pannel that can be removed is back of the motherboard, so IDK ill see if motherboard can be slapped on other way around.


    Motherboard only goes in one way.

    Figured it out, the little blue thing that can be removed is on the left side of the case panel because that's where the card sits, I have to weirdly tild the graphics card, and then change it's positioning once it's inside or else it wont go in.
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