Will my 7950 fit in my Case?

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  1. Yes.
  2. That case has a maximum clearance for the video card of 10.9 inches, or 304MM. So just make sure that the graphics card does not exceed this length! I hope this helps!

    Here is a link to the official manual: http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/upload/download/334/files/CM%20690%20II%20Advanced%20%28USB%203%20version%29%20-%20Manual.pdf
  3. amuffin said:
    Yes.


    You say yes but the guy below me says no :l
  4. lordnmb said:
    That case has a maximum clearance for the video card of 10.9 inches, or 304MM. So just make sure that the graphics card does not exceed this length! I hope this helps!

    Here is a link to the official manual: http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/upload/download/334/files/CM%20690%20II%20Advanced%20%28USB%203%20version%29%20-%20Manual.pdf


    i'm screwed the GPU is 11.4 inches.
  5. See the link I posted above. Read mid-way through the first page.
  6. It says 304mm or 10.9", 304mm is actually 11.9 inches, but to me it looks like the case has a 10.9" clearance for graphics cards, like many mid-tower cases.

    Edit: I took another look and decided it manages space better than most mid-towers, so I Googled around and it looks like it's 11.9" or 304mm, so you should be good.
  7. liltwizzler said:
    You say yes but the guy below me says no :l

    It will fit.

    The 7950 is 10.25 inches, the case has clearance.
  8. cuecuemore said:
    It says 304mm or 10.9", 304mm is actually 11.9 inches, but to me it looks like the case has a 10.9" clearance for graphics cards, like many mid-tower cases.

    Edit: I took another look and decided it manages space better than most mid-towers, so I Googled around and it looks like it's 11.9" or 304mm, so you should be good.


    ok had me worried for a bit :D. also can't I remove some of the hardrive cages fore more space / airflow?
  9. amuffin said:
    It will fit.

    The 7950 is 10.25 inches, the case has clearance.


    The 7950 I chose is 11.4 inches long.
  10. I also converted the 304 mm into Inches and it shows that 304 mm = 11.9 inches.
  11. My 7870 is 11", the 7950 is like 11.4", and it fits in my case, which is same model as the one posted. Just do not put any HDD on the same row.
  12. The hard drive cage can be partiality removed for extra room. The bottom 4 drive bays come out in one piece leaving the top two drive bays. With the drive bay removed the case would fit pretty much any single card. Of course this is only an option if you will only have two hard drives/SSD''s or less.

    http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=6638
  13. squirrelonfire said:
    My 7870 is 11", the 7950 is like 11.4", and it fits in my case, which is same model as the one posted. Just do not put any HDD on the same row.


    Oh ok thanks for the reassurance.
  14. JamesSneed said:
    The hard drive cage can be partiality removed for extra room. The bottom 4 drive bays come out in one piece leaving the top two drive bays. With the drive bay removed the case would fit pretty much any single card. Of course this is only an option if you will only have two hard drives/SSD''s or less.

    http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=6638


    Thank you for the info.
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