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First pc build corsair h80i v2

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Hi, new to the Pc building, always have pre build ones. I wanted a budget HTPC capable of light gaming. In the way of buying parts and learn i made a few mistakes.

The hyper evo 212 won't fit, with the side panel (Rosewill SCM-01). The corsair cx 600 PSU have to many plugs.

now my real problem apart from the noctua nh-u9s and nh-d9l any other tower won't fit. So i bought a corsair h80i v2, aparently one the best in the 120mm wich is not very welcome for OC. With my lack of experience now i'm in doubt, after read so much debate. I plan on install the AIO in the rear 120mm exhaust with one front 120mm and 80mm side panel.

Asus b150m-a d3

i7- 6700k (plan to 4.2hz stock voltage)

Cx 600 psu

16 gb ram

MSI GTX 1060 gamingx 6gb

2 WD10ezex HDD

Any advice in the water cooler or fan configuration will be appreciated.

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Date: Jun 19, 2017   


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