That does seem odd, both the power cable and the pci riser could have easily been mounted lower.Same very thing came to mind.
Like the NZXT Manta and Define Mini? lol
I don't know if this will help you to judge, but I had that exact card in a NZXT H200 and it literally JUST cleared the PSU shroud by less than 1mm... I actually had to prop it up with a makeshift support as the weight of it actually caused it to touch on the right side, but that's obviously not an issue with vertical orientation. With the Ophion though, it seems you could easily have the TG glass window mounted a bit further out with the aid of fixings to give a bit more clearance, but the issue might be at the very back edge and the frame of the case, as the cooler does run the full length of the card... it's quite chunky as you know. This might be one of those 'you won't know till you try it' scenarios.Can you tell me how wide a graphics card it can fit? I have a MSI GTX 1080ti Gaming X and the shroud is a tad over 2 slots. Wondering if it will fit well or not.
Not quite. I'm talking 12mm along the length of the card. Once you get past that point the headroom is 5mm bigger due to the cutout for the glass side panel.So is this what you mean?
I'm interested in taking this case, I brake the dubious size to install my Aorus 1080 Ti Waterforce Xtreme Edition (W = 122.6 mm) + tube ?, what do you think? I will install 2 AIO 120mm (Cpu + Gpu).Not quite. I'm talking 12mm along the length of the card. Once you get past that point the headroom is 5mm bigger due to the cutout for the glass side panel.
So along the length of the card, from the back panel, you have 9mm of clearance until you get to 12mm along, then it opens up to 14mm of clearance.