Thanks for the quick reply! I wasn't sure because a lot of other builds using this case used AIO water cooling.
Not a problem. It will take a 120mm AIO up front but I didn't think it was necessary it comes with a fan up there.
My 3570k on stock cooling in an Elite 120 got to boiling when playing Assassin's Creed 3 (that game seemed to get temps up higher than any other load on the system). Replaced the stock cooler with an H60 with the radiator and fan shoved up front behind the stock case fan, and now I can't get the CPU past 60°, and it's much quieter. GPU was and is a Radeon 7850.