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post #11 of 1562
that's beautiful! Will a micro atx fit there?
post #12 of 1562
No. ITX only.
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post #13 of 1562
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My next question is are there sfx psus that can run an i5 3570k with a 4-4.2ghz overclock, a gtx 690, optical disk drive, and 2-3 hdds? I really like this case but I think my gpu is gonna limit me to matx cases or a bigger mitx case that can take a regular psu.

Further to what Serephucus says, you'd be right at the limit of the highest power SFX unit (=450W).

Luckily, the NCase M1 can hold a small ATX PSU. Silverstone do several 140mm length gold efficiency PSUs that would fit this.
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post #14 of 1562
Totally badass case.
Would be too pricey to ship though, quite sad.
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Totally badass case.
Would be too pricey to ship though, quite sad.

http://www.ncases.com/poll/

They're having a poll to see where most interested buyers are located. I'm hoping they choose USPS for US purchases, it's by far the cheapest compared to FedEx or UPS.
post #16 of 1562
Also the cheapest sending abroad.
post #17 of 1562
Shouldn't this be marketed as a DTX case? Third bracket at the back?
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post #18 of 1562
looks amazing but.. really wanted different color USB 3.0 sockets, perhaps green or red
post #19 of 1562
Nothing a mod can't fix,besides, don't think lian li actually have a different color(all their cases have blue),and the case is already pricey.
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looks amazing but.. really wanted different color USB 3.0 sockets, perhaps green or red

Isn't part of the definition of the USB3 standard, that the sockets are easily identifiable by their blue colour? Can you show any examples of USB3 sockets that are green or red?
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