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What case for 10.5 graphics card with space for crossfire

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October 19, 2009 8:10:12 PM

hi there i am after a new case for an i7 build for a new graphicscard which is 105 inches long i am hoping to run the cards in crossfire, and i am looking for a cheap case to fit it all in, i have a thermaltake m9 at the moment it is much too small, only just fits with 2mm to spare and that is having moved the hdd drives. looking to spend under £70 i am in the uk but i am willing to source one from the usa would appreciate some help, cheers :pt1cable: 
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October 20, 2009 12:23:42 AM

For those extra long video cards you will need a pc case this has a depth of at least 19 inches from the front of the case to the back of the case. That is probably the absolute minimum depth.
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October 20, 2009 3:50:51 PM

Cheers for the case idea unfortunatley it is nearly £100 in the uk which is too much over the top of my budget. any on ebuyer.com you would reccomend as that company is in the uk if not then maybe xcase.
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October 20, 2009 6:00:28 PM

Please post a link to your online vendors in the UK so we can have a go at it.
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October 20, 2009 6:11:25 PM

Check the CoolerMaster RC-690. It can fit the longer 11.1" 5870 GPUs.
RC-690 £62.66 @ Scan

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October 20, 2009 6:52:04 PM

^5 +1 what WR2 said.

The Coolermaster RC-690 is an excellent case. Ventilation, airflow, and cooling are very good. It can also accomodate those extra tall 160cm cpu heatsinks. Looks good too!
October 21, 2009 9:39:10 AM

JohnnyLucky said:
^5 +1 what WR2 said.

The Coolermaster RC-690 is an excellent case. Ventilation, airflow, and cooling are very good. It can also accomodate those extra tall 160cm cpu heatsinks. Looks good too!

+1 and immensely cheap!
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