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man, I NEED a store that ship this stuff overseas....

cant find it though..... mad.gif
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man, I NEED a store that ship this stuff overseas....
cant find it though..... mad.gif

Try KustomPCs I believe they have delivered cases outside Europe in the past.
http://www.kustompcs.co.uk/acatalog/Contact.htm
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Is there a list of short PSUs that would fit in this case with a video card installed? The Short PSU List hasn't been updated for some time. frown.gif

For modular, I say anything 140mm and you will be safe. 150mm might be cutting it close and it will depend on how the connectors are positioned on the PSU. 160mm is definitely a no no and will not fit for sure. For non-modular, don't quote me on this, but I think full size PSU's should still be fine because all the cables will be coming out of the side closest to the front of the case which is not obscured by the card at all not unless you have some ridiculously long graphics card
     
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The Silverstone Strider Gold ST65F-G (2 pcix cables) is getting alot of attention as of late. It is 14cm deep, but full modular.
    
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I ran into an issue using the M12II. mad.gif Because my 670 uses the long 680 PCB, it blocks pretty much all of the peripheral power plugs except for the PCIe power connectors. gunner.gif Therefore, it is impossible for me to hook up any of my fans, pump, or hard drives! Here you can see exactly what I am talking about:

If your GPU is shorter, like the 660Ti that is used in the NCIX video, you shouldn't have a problem with connecting one or two plugs in. This is mainly because the power plugs are lined up perpendicular to the floor instead of parallel.
For longer video cards, unfortunately, it looks like the short Silverstones are the only way to go. doh.gif

Thanks for showing the pic, I'm planning to buy the Gigabyte GTX670 Windforce 2X version which has the same length (265mm) as the 660Ti so I reckon it should be fine. Which GTX670 is yours?
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Thanks for showing the pic, I'm planning to buy the Gigabyte GTX670 Windforce 2X version which has the same length (265mm) as the 660Ti so I reckon it should be fine. Which GTX670 is yours?

In that situation, you should have at least 1 or 2 of the peripheral connectors - really, as long as they are the same length as what NCIX are using, then you should be good. thumb.gif

Mine is the Galaxy version here redface.gif :

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To those that have the case:

How's the noise level with just the case fans turned on at the different pre-set levels for the built in fan controller?
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To those that have the case:
How's the noise level with just the case fans turned on at the different pre-set levels for the built in fan controller?

Kinda low middle comparatively. Not loud, but not silent. The case is thicker than most that I have dealt with. The filters help a little (verified). I could barely hear the front fans, but I swapped them out due to brand loyalty. With the switch in low, it is very humble.
    
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Kinda low middle comparatively. Not loud, but not silent. The case is thicker than most that I have dealt with. The filters help a little (verified). I could barely hear the front fans, but I swapped them out due to brand loyalty. With the switch in low, it is very humble.

"very humble" ? You can only hear air? Or near silent?
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I'm planning on getting this case for a HTPC build, but have gotten confused when trying to pair it with a mobo. If i want to use these 6 drive slots for it offers for 1 primary SSD, and 4 secondary WD red's to go in a RAID 5 config, are there any mini ITX motherboards that support that many drives? The manufacturer's websites of the major mini ITX boards say that they support the following SATA ports-

Asus P8Z77-I DELUXE- 2 6Gb/s, 2 3Gb/s, 2 eSATA 3Gb/s
http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/P8Z77I_DELUXE/#specifications

ASRock Z77E-ITX- 2 6Gb/s, 2 3Gb/s, 1mSATA 3Gb/s
http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Z77E-ITX/?cat=Specifications

Gigabyte GA-Z77N-WIFI- 2 6Gb/s, 2 3Gb/s
http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4337#sp

Can you have an internal RAID configuration mix-and-matching 3Gb/s and 6Gb/s and e/mSATA ports? If so, would I want to have my SSD in one of the 6Gb/s ports, and then put the 4 HDD's spread across the rest of the ports? If I can do that, I believe then that the Asus or AS Rock boards should be fine, right? Since the Gigabyte only has 4 SATA ports, could I do the same with 1 SSD and 3 HDD's? I kind of like the WiDi feature of the Gigabyte, so I was considering doing that...

Thanks for the help
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