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Hi. Yes it should according to a review by Overclockers.

"Since Noctua tells us that without the fan an NH-D14 is really 160 mm tall, we can estimate that from CPU to the edge of the case is 165 mm. That’s enough room to provide clearance for the D14, but not enough room to put an Archon in there.

With fans on the top of the case (to the right in the second picture) there is still room to get your fingers around to mount a fan on the side of the D14. That means you can mount the case fans before you install the heatsink."

http://www.overclockers.com/cougar-challenger-mid-tower-case-review

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Hi. Yes it should according to a review by Overclockers.

"Since Noctua tells us that without the fan an NH-D14 is really 160 mm tall, we can estimate that from CPU to the edge of the case is 165 mm. That’s enough room to provide clearance for the D14, but not enough room to put an Archon in there.

With fans on the top of the case (to the right in the second picture) there is still room to get your fingers around to mount a fan on the side of the D14. That means you can mount the case fans before you install the heatsink."

http://www.overclockers.com/cougar-challenger-mid-tower-case-review
 
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