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Can these video cards fit in this case?

I have a prebuilt pc i was curious if these sized video cards could fit in it. It looks like the ram might get in the way, What do you think? Thanks

CASE: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883103159&IsFeedbackTab=true (click picture to see inside the case)

Video cards:

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150612
http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127687
http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121633
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  1. Whether it's fit or not but your cpu will bottleneck that card.
  2. Not buying these cards the question is about the size and if cards this size can fit.
  3. And i highly doubt my cpu will bottleneck a 7750 the card is not even that powerful.
  4. several case companys and just about 99% of oem companies will not tell you gpu legnth support size. i cant say much because each company designs their hdd bays differently. according to the pictures, the hdds are not inserted from the side(side ones fit better than back ones) so its approximately the depth of the case minus the legnth of 1 hdd long side wise minus ~1 inch for front bezel/possible front fan/back plate
  5. dudewitbow said:
    several case companys and just about 99% of oem companies will not tell you gpu legnth support size. i cant say much because each company designs their hdd bays differently. according to the pictures, the hdds are not inserted from the side(side ones fit better than back ones) so its approximately the depth of the case minus the legnth of 1 hdd long side wise minus ~1 inch for front bezel/possible front fan/back plate



    Does it look like the RAM would block cards this size? that was my main concern
  6. Best answer
    it would be very bad if a mobo designer put the ramslots in front of the pci-e lane. though looking at the picture, the slots are deadly close to the gpu pcb, so the ram would probably have to be installed before the gpu can be installed first.
  7. dudewitbow said:
    it would be very bad if a mobo designer put the ramslots in front of the pci-e lane. though looking at the picture, the slots are deadly close to the gpu pcb, so the ram would probably have to be installed before the gpu can be installed first.



    Ok thanks a lot.
  8. Best answer selected by K K0.
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