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You can calling me a false, whatever ... YEAH RIGHT.. IT SAYS "RECOMMENDED" before mislead your post.. it meaning no restrict obviously like sliverstonetek tech supports already said 1000w PSU can fit in mATX case.. *yawn*.. I wont make my knee to bow you as GODLIKE above all.. Therefore I dont know what are you talking about..*roll-eyes*..

ignorance is bliss
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As already mentioned for the case, Fractal Design Core 1000. Their customer service is top notch, and the case is wonderful, especially for the price.
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ignorance is bliss
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i received the blessing education when I been learned and taught by sliverstonetek tech supports through forth & back email. Wow, unbelievable! You calling sliverstonetek is ingorance.. ahh interesting..

Oh wait....the best weapon is ignore your misleading posts if you posted. IGNORE is my best friend, simply.. move on.. stick OP's thread's topc instead hijack his.. So wish best luck and enjoy your built rig..
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i received the blessing education when I been learned and taught by sliverstonetek tech supports through forth & back email. Wow, unbelievable! You calling sliverstonetek is ingorance.. ahh interesting..
Oh wait....the best weapon is ignore your misleading posts if you posted. IGNORE is my best friend, simply.. move on.. stick OP's thread's topc instead hijack his.. So wish best luck and enjoy your built rig..

I realize that English most likely isn't your first language, but I suppose one last attempt at this can't hurt.
What he is saying is that the AX1200 is too BIG to fit inside of Silverstone's TJ08/PS07
It has nothing to do with how much wattage the power supply has. It has to do with size.

The AX1200 is longer than a standard ATX power supply, and will not fit inside of the case, assuming the length specifications on Newegg are accurate.
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I realize that English most likely isn't your first language, but I suppose one last attempt at this can't hurt.
What he is saying is that the AX1200 is too BIG to fit inside of Silverstone's TJ08/PS07
It has nothing to do with how much wattage the power supply has. It has to do with size.
The AX1200 is longer than a standard ATX power supply, and will not fit inside of the case, assuming the length specifications on Newegg are accurate.

there is no point trying to convince him:D which is most likely why the "claimed" silverstonetek letter said he can do it. the person just wrote him off..

the facts are as follows
direct quote from silverstone's site
Limitation of PSU 160mm (recommended), 180mm (maximum)
it clearly states 180mm maximum.

here is a direct quote from corsair's site
Dimension 150mm(W) x 86mm(H) x 200mm(L)

ASSUMING that the corsair numbers take into consideration of the modular plugs needed to be plugged into the power supply, we'll use the smaller number that is quoted from newegg of 7.3 inch which equals to 185.42mm. that is still just abit too long for the maximum length for the TJ08-E w/o modification. no matter what numbers you look at, even if you discount the length accounted by the modular cables needed for the power supply to work, it's STILL too big for that case:D

the guy refuse to look at facts... nothing you or I can say will convince him otherwise:D
let him live in his own little world where neither corsair nor silverstone know the size of their own product:D
post #26 of 30
Thread Starter 
I have just decided to hold off on Mtx for awhile. Just kept my better parts for now. I will come back to this when I am building for my parents though. Thanks so much.

Ps. Please stop fighting about what psu will fit in what case. Thats not what we are here for. thumb.gif

Cheers
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i3 2100
Asus Gene z68
Fractal Arc Mini / NXTZ Vulcan
Corsair 800w psu

This will be cheap and you can upgrade later to Ivy
And you can WC CPU / GPU in any of those cases.
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Ps. Please stop fighting about what psu will fit in what case. Thats not what we are here for. thumb.gif
Cheers
Yes exactly! thats why I ignored and avoid a fight/argument over stupid things like that. I leave it to poster if entitled their opinion or judgement. I actually respect your thread & forums rule. I let them stick your topic... wink.gif

*Cheers*
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really get a power supply thats in the correct range of the components your using for maximum efficacy. Also if your going for a low power computer I would recommend a 2gb 6870 or 6950, Cards use less power and the extra v-ram will be helpful if you play BF3. Also a 2500k would be a perfect chip to go with.

A quality 450watt PS would be perfect for a single gpu setup like that.
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post #30 of 30
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I picked up a 2500k and gtx 560Ti for my "gamer PC" its in my sig.

I am going to build a small/ cheap pc for my parents later on. All this help is appreciated!
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