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post #11 of 27
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Silverstone SG08-E. It will fit those components but the ram heatsinks will have to come off at least a few of the sticks.
Edit: TJ08-E
If need anymore help with your buikd, I'm happy to help! Send it via PM though!

I have this case its amazing!

your heatsinks will be blocked by that cooler.

honestly.... stick with your H60. the most difference you might get between the H60 and the Noctua is 5-8C.....

you ever consider this?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131830

Save your money from the cooler and get this board....
but that board is the wrong color. I got blue psu fan and blue fans.. Need to get black/white/blue/gold
post #12 of 27
Check Lian Li's line on Newegg. Tons of small cases.
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i7-5930k 4.5Ghz @1.331v Asus X99-A EVGA GTX1070 SC 16Gb Gskill DDR4-2400 
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850 Pro SSD, 2 Cav Blacks Asus HWLabs 280mm SR-1 and GTX120 mm radiators EK GPU waterblock and backplate 
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EK Supremacy EVO cpu block W7 64 Pro Dell U3011  Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 
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Corsair AX850 Corsair 650d Modded SteelSeries Sensei Raw (heat orange) Creative 5.1 setup 
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850 Pro SSD, 2 Cav Blacks Asus HWLabs 280mm SR-1 and GTX120 mm radiators EK GPU waterblock and backplate 
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EK Supremacy EVO cpu block W7 64 Pro Dell U3011  Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 
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post #13 of 27
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Check Lian Li's line on Newegg. Tons of small cases.
kk

are they small and good cable area's
post #14 of 27
the asrock is ok but like mcc21 said i would go with the asus maximums V gene, better OC, more feature, better sound, with a case like the ft-03, why dose the inside color sceme matter, it dosent have a window
post #15 of 27
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the asrock is ok but like mcc21 said i would go with the asus maximums V gene, better OC, more feature, better sound, with a case like the ft-03, why dose the inside color sceme matter, it dosent have a window
but im not OC it at all
post #16 of 27
I have the Lian Li A04b and love it. Great cable management, fits full sized video cards and should fit a beefy cpu cooler.

For mAtx Z77 boards, you really can't go wrong with the Asrock Pro4.

The MaxV Gene is a great board, but if you're not overclocking you'd be spending twice the money for features you'll never use. Asrock have really proven themselves over the past couple of years, don't let anyone speak badly of them.

For CPU coolers, if you're not overclocking you really don't need anything over the top--definitely not a $100 Noctua. The H60 is more than fine for a stock clocked 2500k, and will fit fine in the case I linked above, and most other mAtx cases.
     
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Corsair AX850 Fractal Design Define XL R2 | Titanium 
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WD Red 2TB x4 | Raid 5 Sandisk Extreme 240GB SSD x2 | Raid 1 Corsair H80i Windows Server 2012 R2 
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Corsair AX850 Fractal Design Define XL R2 | Titanium 
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post #17 of 27
I actually just ordered the Extreme4-M Z77 thumb.gif

Should be here friday. For me it seemed plenty good for what I wanted it for without being too cheap or too expensive.
post #18 of 27
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I actually just ordered the Extreme4-M Z77 thumb.gif
Should be here friday. For me it seemed plenty good for what I wanted it for without being too cheap or too expensive.

Good call, I'm planning on getting their Z77 mITX board for a lanbox build here in a few weeks. Asrock has a really good showing for Z77.
     
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5930k | Stock Asus X99 Sabertooth Asus GTX980 Strix | Stock G.SKILL Value Series 4x8GB DDR4 | 2133Mhz 
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WD Red 2TB x4 | Raid 5 Sandisk Extreme 240GB SSD x2 | Raid 1 Corsair H80i Windows Server 2012 R2 
PowerCase
Corsair AX850 Fractal Design Define XL R2 | Titanium 
CPUMotherboardRAMHard Drive
i3-3220 Asrock H77M-ITX Samsung HYK0 2x4GB WD Black 500GB 
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Sophos UTM Home Edition Silverstone Sugo SG05BB 
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WD Red 2TB x4 | Raid 5 Sandisk Extreme 240GB SSD x2 | Raid 1 Corsair H80i Windows Server 2012 R2 
PowerCase
Corsair AX850 Fractal Design Define XL R2 | Titanium 
CPUMotherboardRAMHard Drive
i3-3220 Asrock H77M-ITX Samsung HYK0 2x4GB WD Black 500GB 
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Sophos UTM Home Edition Silverstone Sugo SG05BB 
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post #19 of 27
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Good call, I'm planning on getting their Z77 mITX board for a lanbox build here in a few weeks. Asrock has a really good showing for Z77.

Yeah, I got mine for an HTPC and I was debating between the one I got and their Z77 mITX board. But I decided I would need the extra PCIe slots for what I have in store for it, so the mATX was the choice for me.
post #20 of 27
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Thanks guys. Will the as rock let me get to 4ghz if I ever wanted?
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