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Soooo... I'm still planning, mostly due to the fact that I've been traveling for the last three weeks but I feel like the build is getting closer.
Some changes have happened. I won't get an AIO as a cpu cooler. I will instead get a Noctua one but I haven't decided on which one yet. I've heard that all of these should fit:
  • Noctua NH-D9L - Cheapest one.
  • Noctua NH-C12P SE14 - This seems like a strong one but no pwm fan.
  • Noctua NH-U9S - This looks like the beefiest heatsink
  • Noctua NH-C14 - This also looks quite extreme
Which one is the best one? Also I'll be using the Asus z170i pro gaming motherboard.
And if I get confirmation that it fits I might go for the MSI sea hawk AIO card, the only bad thing about it is that it's much more expensive than the other models. About 115 usd more expensive than EVGA's SC model. :C (On the official ''1080 fit post'' he says that the Sea Hawk 1080 should fit but also will not likely fit, ??? :O )
Other than that is the Corsair's sf 450w really enough juice for a 6700k and a 1080 with an AIO and multiple fans or is the 600w the way to go?
I've also read that some people have more trouble fitting the 600w because of different connectors is this true?
I have 4 fans I intend using. These ones:http://noctua.at/en/nf-f12-industrialppc-2000. I also have a phanteks fan hub to control the fan speed.
Any other advice for components or something for the build is very welcome.
I'm a big fan of the Noctua D9L. I have one, and I also have one the revision meant for LGA 2011-V3 which I'm currently using. It's a very good cooler, and fits nicely in the M1. As long as your fan sits at it's default height, you could even put a 120mm fan over the side bracket where the D9L is, too.
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Soooo... I'm still planning, mostly due to the fact that I've been traveling for the last three weeks but I feel like the build is getting closer.
Some changes have happened. I won't get an AIO as a cpu cooler. I will instead get a Noctua one but I haven't decided on which one yet. I've heard that all of these should fit:
  • Noctua NH-D9L - Cheapest one.
  • Noctua NH-C12P SE14 - This seems like a strong one but no pwm fan.
  • Noctua NH-U9S - This looks like the beefiest heatsink
  • Noctua NH-C14 - This also looks quite extreme
Which one is the best one? Also I'll be using the Asus z170i pro gaming motherboard.
And if I get confirmation that it fits I might go for the MSI sea hawk AIO card, the only bad thing about it is that it's much more expensive than the other models. About 115 usd more expensive than EVGA's SC model. :C (On the official ''1080 fit post'' he says that the Sea Hawk 1080 should fit but also will not likely fit, ??? :O )
Other than that is the Corsair's sf 450w really enough juice for a 6700k and a 1080 with an AIO and multiple fans or is the 600w the way to go?
I've also read that some people have more trouble fitting the 600w because of different connectors is this true?
I have 4 fans I intend using. These ones:http://noctua.at/en/nf-f12-industrialppc-2000. I also have a phanteks fan hub to control the fan speed.
Any other advice for components or something for the build is very welcome.
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I'm a big fan of the Noctua D9L. I have one, and I also have one the revision meant for LGA 2011-V3 which I'm currently using. It's a very good cooler, and fits nicely in the M1. As long as your fan sits at it's default height, you could even put a 120mm fan over the side bracket where the D9L is, too.

I'll try not to be too long here....

The NH-D9L and NH-U9S were released at the same time and reviews showed little difference in cooling performance, though I recall that the NH-U9S was slightly better. Both coolers come with one fan, but include clips for a second. NF-A9 PWM fan. The NH-D9L is 110 mm in height and the NH-U9S is a bit taller at 125 mm. The Ncase M1 website lists the maximum cooler height as 130 mm so with the NH-D9L there would only be room on the side bracket for a 120 mm fan that is 120 mm thick or less, instead of the standard 25 mm. I am intrigued that Sazexa is able to fit a 25 mm thick fan over his (the NH-D9Dx i4 3U perhaps which is also listed at 110 mm in height.). At Computex 2016 Noctua showed prototypes of slim (15 mm thick) fans, including 140 mm and 120 mm versions.

Both the NH-C12P SE14 and the larger NH-C14 are discontinued, however some stock still remains for sale. The NH-C12 comes with one NF-P12 fan, the NH-C14 comes with two NF-P14 fans, all of which are 3 pin (voltage controlled) fans, not PWM controlled fans. The NH-C14 cools better than the NH-C12, but it prevents the use of the 3.5 hard drive cage in the front half of the side bracket. This would also prevent mounting the MSI GTX 1080 Seahawk''s radiator.

Speaking of the Seahawk, on the M1 thread at Hard Forum, member Nosirrahdrof posted "Hey guys. Just wanted to pop in and say the 1070 seahawk fits no problem. The tubing is super flexible." On Reddit he also presented a link to photos of his build. So it appears that with the right choice of CPU cooler you can have the Seahawk in the M1.

Good luck with your build and post photos!
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Ok thanks guys.
I think my build will look like this: http://pcpartpicker.com/list/2GXhgL
Although I already own a windows liscense and the 950 pro and all of the fans. Won't order the parts yet but I will definetely ask for more help and post
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Finally complete my build! First time customer water cooling too... not the best size to work with but got it up and running!biggrin.gif
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Finally complete my build! First time customer water cooling too... not the best size to work with but got it up and running!biggrin.gif
Nice build. However, your fans are oriented to blow outwards, which makes the dust filter useless (and restricts airflow for no benefit).
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Nice build. However, your fans are oriented to blow outwards, which makes the dust filter useless (and restricts airflow for no benefit).

haha yeah I turned it into exhaust and took the pic sorta placed it back in for the photo, it's now hanging on the top part of the case. prob gonna custom build dust filter for the case to keep it clean. thumb.gif
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Nice build. However, your fans are oriented to blow outwards, which makes the dust filter useless (and restricts airflow for no benefit).

haha yeah I turned it into exhaust and took the pic sorta placed it back in for the photo, it's now hanging on the top part of the case. prob gonna custom build dust filter for the case to keep it clean. thumb.gif
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Nice build. However, your fans are oriented to blow outwards, which makes the dust filter useless (and restricts airflow for no benefit).

haha yeah I turned it into exhaust and took the pic sorta placed it back in for the photo, it's now hanging on the top part of the case. prob gonna custom build dust filter for the case to keep it clean. thumb.gif

If you get a 280mm demciflex dust filter, you can use the adhesive magnetic base to attach it to the top. You also need to trim the sides, but it fits once you have, I would show you pictures of mine, but I trimmed it horribly, I'm sure you could do it much cleaner! tongue.gif

Oh, and welcome to OCN! Nice build!
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Hello,
I can now even smell the build coming closer, just a matter of time before I order the components (prob a week or two) but I still have some questions.
What is it that you hate/dislike most about the ncase M1? Other than the price though.
What is it that you like the most about the ncase M1? Other than the volume of the case.

Also I might not go for the MSI Sea hawk X since EVGA released their Hybrid card. Heck even Gigabyte has their hybrid. It's hard to choose but I think at least it will be either MSI or EVGA. Whichever is cheaper or available.
http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=08G-P4-6288-KR
https://www.msi.com/Graphics-card/GeForce-GTX-1080-SEA-HAWK-X.html#hero-overview
http://www.gigabyte.se/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5919#kf

I just need to make sure it fits in the case. The Sea hawk does and the EVGA will probably. Another nice thing about EVGA's car d has a double 8-pin connector instead of a single 8 pin which is nice. Which one do you think is the better card?
Edited by Lee0 - 8/2/16 at 5:49am
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I wish the case was just a bit more wider to accomodate more graphics cards and also have a bit more space behind the motherboard to tuck cables under it. Say, 15 mm total divided 10 mm to the top of the graphics cards and 5 mm under the motherboard. Oh, and maybe a bit taller ( 5 mm) to better accomodate SFX-L and 140 mm long ATX power supplies. Just a few mm longer (say 3 mm?) to increase the gap between SFX power supplies and the edge of the motherboard would be nice too.

Those changes would increase the case (not including the feet and rear protrusions) from 240 x 160 x 328 mm (H x W x D) which is 12.6 L to 245 x 175 x 331 mm which is 14.2 L. If we leave out the 5 mm under the motherboard and the small increase in length, then the volume is a still petit 13.7 L (245 x 170 x 328 mm).
Edited by Qrash - 8/2/16 at 6:17am
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Hello,
I can now even smell the build coming closer, just a matter of time before I order the components (prob a week or two) but I still have some questions.
What is it that you hate/dislike most about the ncase M1? Other than the price though.
What is it that you like the most about the ncase M1? Other than the volume of the case.

The thing I disliked most about the M1 was that it didn't have capability for my needs in regards to cooling. For most users this wouldn't have been an issue, but, with a very high end GPU, HDD, SSD, X99 CPU and motherboard, even my watercooling loop wasn't up to par with what I wanted. So, inevitably, I ended up changing cases as I wanted more performance and cooling capability. But again, for MOST users, it's more than enough.

My favorite thing about the NCase was it's modularity. There's quite a few ways to design good builds in it, using a variety of components. I managed a full custom water cooling loop, with HDD and full length graphics card, 240 * 38mm radiator, and SFX-L power supply. And an SSD, and optical drive also. Or, you can use it as a simple air cooled build. Or, make a mini-server out of it. It has a ton of possibilities, for it's small size. I still currently use it, just not for my main rig, as a portable gaming PC, using an i3-6300 and GTX 670.
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