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I'm in the process of building myself a mini gaming rig using this case. I plan to use a 3570k and a 680 FTW+ edition. However, I am on the fence about motherboards.

I can't decide between the AsRock Z77E and the ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe. While I know that the ASUS board has the VRM daughterboard attached for better overclocking (something I plan to do a lot of) I have seen that the USB 3.0 front panel header and front panel audio header are right up against the PCI slot. I was wondering if anyone had any trouble connecting these two pieces with a 680 with a backplate or some other large GPU.

Also is there anyone that uses the AsRock board and has successful overclocks? I am shooting for around 4.8Ghz and would prefer this board as it would better match my color scheme.


Thanks .
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I'm kind of excited about the Mini 670, I don't know much about video cards but just the idea seems awesome, all of these small things, packed into a small space but with a lot of power. I love it! biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Callist0 View Post

I'm in the process of building myself a mini gaming rig using this case. I plan to use a 3570k and a 680 FTW+ edition. However, I am on the fence about motherboards.

I can't decide between the AsRock Z77E and the ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe. While I know that the ASUS board has the VRM daughterboard attached for better overclocking (something I plan to do a lot of) I have seen that the USB 3.0 front panel header and front panel audio header are right up against the PCI slot. I was wondering if anyone had any trouble connecting these two pieces with a 680 with a backplate or some other large GPU.

Also is there anyone that uses the AsRock board and has successful overclocks? I am shooting for around 4.8Ghz and would prefer this board as it would better match my color scheme.


Thanks .

will you be using an AIO cooler? Air cooler? or a custom loop?

I can say that if you intend on using an air-cooler the p8z77-i might be the way to go.

however, from what I know the z77e-itx is capable of good OCing too, give This club a visit if you are curious. as I only have my cpu running at 4.6 atm
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What works better on this case?

BitFenix Spectre Pro 200mm Fan vs Coolermaster 200mm Megaflow?
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Hey guys.

Just thought I'd let you all know that I need to find someone to take over this club, as my time is becoming more and more limited, with ocn staff work and a job as well as school I no longer have time to keep this up. Any volunteers would be greatly appreciated.

CSCoder4ever, phillyD, and LRT are my nominations, though I don't have a Prodigy, so I probably don't have a say.
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Originally Posted by CSCoder4ever View Post

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Originally Posted by Callist0 View Post

I'm in the process of building myself a mini gaming rig using this case. I plan to use a 3570k and a 680 FTW+ edition. However, I am on the fence about motherboards.

I can't decide between the AsRock Z77E and the ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe. While I know that the ASUS board has the VRM daughterboard attached for better overclocking (something I plan to do a lot of) I have seen that the USB 3.0 front panel header and front panel audio header are right up against the PCI slot. I was wondering if anyone had any trouble connecting these two pieces with a 680 with a backplate or some other large GPU.

Also is there anyone that uses the AsRock board and has successful overclocks? I am shooting for around 4.8Ghz and would prefer this board as it would better match my color scheme.


Thanks .

will you be using an AIO cooler? Air cooler? or a custom loop?

I can say that if you intend on using an air-cooler the p8z77-i might be the way to go.

however, from what I know the z77e-itx is capable of good OCing too, give This club a visit if you are curious. as I only have my cpu running at 4.6 atm

A fully custom loop. Specifics have yet to be ironed out. I will check out that thread, thanks.

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If I can manage to somehow sell my case and board, I'm going to be switching to one of these. My only concern is whether or not I will be able to still use my 5.25" fan controller if I mount the h100 at the top. I'm thinking no, since I'll have to remove the optical bay.
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No need to cut. Just as long as you have 35mm radiators you can flip the front panel and have lots of room.

what do you mean by flip the front panel as in turn it upside down?
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Something similar to this...takes a whole 10 rivets....

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