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    While I am new to this forum I am planning a build and I plan on using a Thermaltake Element S case. I like the case and all the features in it. I was just wondering if anyone knew the inside dimensions of the case because I would like to use a 4870x2 in it with a Arctic Cooling Accelero 4870x2 cooler. Now I know that the cooler might be a issue but first off I need to know if the card would fit inside. If anyone has the case or knows someone with one it would be cool to get these specs. I have looked all over for them and just cant find interior dimensions. Also the Arctic Cooling Accelero 4870x2 cooler is like 11.5 inches long so that may be a problem I dont know. But thank you for the help.

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    First off, Welcome to the forums!

    Skyguy should be able to answer that question for you, he reviewed that case not long ago.
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    Yes, it should fit. I didn't have an X2 here at the time of the review, but a 9800GTX+ was fine and it's as long as the X2. It will be snug but you should be fine.

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    That cooler looks sweet. Here's the manufacturer's product page for anyone who'd like to see.
    Accelero XTREME 4870X2

    Edit: I'm not sure this helps, but here is the case's spec page from newegg.com.
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    Ya, only problem is it exhausts inside the case. But with some decent case airflow that could be minimized.
    Last edited by Skyguy; 30-03-2009 at 20:36.

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