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"There are no plans of releasing an Evolution version of the FT03 this year there is a FT03-mini already schedule for end of April this will support Mini ITX motherboards and SFX power supply."

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The only problem is that it'll support something like only 8.5" 9" GPUs or something like that...

http://akiba-pc.watch.impress.co.jp/hotline/20111008/etc_sstone0.html
     
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The only problem is that it'll support something like only 8.5" 9" GPUs or something like that...

http://akiba-pc.watch.impress.co.jp/hotline/20111008/etc_sstone0.html

The SG05 has the same limitation, and it's still a wicked case. It would not be a serious drawback for me.
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The SG05 has the same limitation, and it's still a wicked case. It would not be a serious drawback for me.

The 9 inch specification is likely a gross understatement intended to account for cards with PCI-E power connectors that face outwards.
If the actual compartment dimensions are anything like the SG05 (which they should be), the limit will more realistically be around 10.45 inches or 266mm.
post #35 of 60
if only anybody but ASRock and Zotac made Z68 Mini ITX boards.

Imagine a Republic of Gamers ITX board...
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Look up the P8Z77-I Board by Asus and that is closest you can get to a ROG board.

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The SG05 has the same limitation, and it's still a wicked case. It would not be a serious drawback for me.

The 9 inch specification is likely a gross understatement intended to account for cards with PCI-E power connectors that face outwards.
If the actual compartment dimensions are anything like the SG05 (which they should be), the limit will more realistically be around 10.45 inches or 266mm.

True. I saw a short video where they actually talked about the FT03-mini. Straight from the Silverstone rep, it's basically an SG05 turned on its front with aluminum wrapped around it. Oh and there's a bit of extra space at the top that hides the IO panel and all the plugs.
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Look up the P8Z77-I Board by Asus and that is closest you can get to a ROG board.
P_500.jpg

OMG YES! It has everything I want and more! Thank you SO much for letting me know about this. And to think I was very close to going to Microcenter yesterday and buy my board early to capitalize on their huge sale
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Nice build, but is this small form factor? Case looks pretty big or is that just the pics? Very cool case.
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post #40 of 60
I've just finished a very similar build about an hour ago.

http://img821.imageshack.us/img821/66/img0290ec.jpg

I think its a shame the USB accessory isn't long enough to be routed behind, just about to start looking for an alternative. Also I have the h80 in to, the temps seem great but I'm not happy about the noise levels, will likely replace the stock fans. It was a hassle getting it in needed 3hands, the tubes started sticking into the case fan but nothing to worry about just requires some bending.

http://img94.imageshack.us/img94/8401/img0291qg.jpg
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