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I would like to join the club. After many years of building mid and full tower ATX systems, I finally went small.





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Yeah small is a very subjective term, but it's certainly better than an ATX rig biggrin.gif Welcome!
Did you sleeve those cables yourself?
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Absoulutely love that case smile.gif It was my second choice after my parvum
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Yeah small is a very subjective term, but it's certainly better than an ATX rig biggrin.gif Welcome!
Did you sleeve those cables yourself?

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Those are CableMod E-series cables. They have a nice paracord feel to them.
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Those are CableMod E-series cables. They have a nice paracord feel to them.

I see, good option when you've got space to hide the excess cabling.
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That's one of the things I like about the Corsair 240 case. Easy to hide all cables. The sleeved cables I'm using are not extensions. They're meant to completely replace the stock cables on my modular PSU. These cables are so much easier to work with and look a whole lot better.
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Does my build qualify? smile.gif


  • Fractal Design Node 304
  • Intel i7-6700k
  • Gigabyte R9 390
  • Corsair H90
  • Silverstone SX600

Here's an overview shot, and the (lack of) clearance between the H90 and the GPU's backplate:



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