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Thin m-ITX are completely different thing wink.gif They're not for performance PC.
Asrock has released 4 of them too, they're perfect for low profile cases.
Putting there external GPU isn't a very good idea as they aren't connected to ATX PSU (max. 25W).
 
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I've never seen a GPU that uses an X4 pcie, or even any consumer level tech. All X1s/X2s or X16s. Anyone know something that'd use that size?

You can use special video/audio cards in that slot such as for a DVR video surveillance. Even some RAID cards can be used in the slot. You will be paying alot of money in some cases but that slot is not widely used of course.
That board is not what I imagined it would be. They need to LISTEN to what customers want. And customers like us do not want that garbage in our systems.
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They're trying to make a new, low-profile friendly market. We clearly aren't that market.
 
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would it be possible to mod the front panel to take 2x240mm rads, such as this one: http://www.aquatuning.co.uk/product_info.php/info/p12343_Alphacool-NexXxoS-ST30-Full-Copper-240mm.html

this claims to be 124mm wide and the case claims to be 250mm wide so in theory you should have 1mm of space either side?

Does anyone have an exact mm width of the case internally?
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would it be possible to mod the front panel to take 2x240mm rads, such as this one: http://www.aquatuning.co.uk/product_info.php/info/p12343_Alphacool-NexXxoS-ST30-Full-Copper-240mm.html

this claims to be 124mm wide and the case claims to be 250mm wide so in theory you should have 1mm of space either side?

Does anyone have an exact mm width of the case internally?

I have a Bitfenix 230mm fan. There are , in fact, 10mm of space on each side as I just measured thumb.gif So in essence, yes. It would be possible. But why two upfront?
Edited by SonofJor-El - 2/21/13 at 10:38am
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Why not!
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Why not!

I dun not know. Thats why I was asking. tongue.gif No , I never tried it and no I have no intentions of doing a custom loop either lol.
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I wanted to fit 2x 240s up top, but it didn't seem feasible
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I have a Bitfenix 230mm fan. There are , in fact, 10mm of space on each side as I just measured thumb.gif So in essence, yes. It would be possible. But why two upfront?

Im rotating the motherboard and adding a mobo tray so a 240 wouldn't fit up top but I still want to have more than 1 240
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Wait you're putting two mobos in a single prodigy?
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