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Finally finished all my cables. I checked and everything, power-wise, works! Barely fit all the cables in here. 24-pin, 8-pin, 2x 6-pins, 2x SATA power chains, 3x SATA data, front I/O and fans. Was a tight squeeze.She fits even with the glass on!All that's left is to actually order the rest of the parts: SSD, two HDD's, CPU and memory.Maybe something like a Thermalright AXP-200 and replace the stock fan.An EVGA classified will not fit. But a regular GTX 780 TI should fit...
The DCII cards are too wide for this case, realistically. I have a reference style card and I can barely squeeze in my PCIe power connectors.But aside from that, everything else you planned on would fit.
Interesting design! Are you going to place an intake fan on the side mount for the main component section?
Thanks! Here's a little glamour shot I took this morning. ;]I still need to tackle the 24-pin, three SATA-Data cables I've yet to order/receiver in the mail. (Silverstone CP11b, so low profile!) And lastly I need to do a SATA-power line with two power connectors in it. As my original plan with 3 on 1 won't work due to the depth of the 2.5" drive mounts.It's a beautiful design. And this case is meant to be small, but not necessarily portable/moved frequently. It's not meant...
That's awesome Ght10. Also, I have an update too. I need to do a few more cables. Some SATA data. I also ran into an issue with the SATA power and need to redo that. And lastly, I need to do the 24-pin. In need to order some more sleeve supplies.
Gotta order more sleeve supplies... Almost done! Everything is sleeved except for 1/3 SATA cables, one Dan cable, and the main 24-pin! First time sleeving ever. Decent for a first time I think!
No problem! If you do really want to use a A-I-O cooler, the Corsair H60/H80i are probably the two I'd use. Although the H75, which is a 120mm I believe... Should work fine.Just make sure you use that front 120mm intake! The easiest way to mount them in this case is to mount your fan/rad to that back plate outside of the case. Then push the cooler through the 92mm opening and attach the back plate. Then attach the CPU cooler. And wait to put the 92mm fan on afterwards if...
I personally think those AIO coolers block a bit too much air for exhaust. Something maybe like the Noctua UH-9B. If you use low profile memory like I recommended you should be able to fit two 92mm fans on it. Albiet the other parts should be fine if you don't over clock too much when using a liquid cooler. Check out some build photos in this thread and look at what you like!
Of you want that kind of settings; here's what I'd recommend: An Intel i5 4590k 2x 4GB speeds between 1,600 and 1,866. Get something "low profile." ASUS makes some great boards, but so do ASRock and Gigabyte. MSI is also good, but make sure it's a "Z97", and not a " Z87." More so for convenience. I'd recommend a GTX 770, preferably from EVGA as their cards aren't overly wide like some others. You'll definitely want a front 120mm fan and a rear 92mm fan. A good modular...
Thanks! I'll double check with ASUS, but I believe it isn't also...
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