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Wow that's like exactly what I had in mind. Thanks for the link.

No problem. It's one of the best water cooling setups I've seen with the case, especially the placement of the reservoir. Definitely gonna model my future build after his.
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Soon! Won't be as pretty as most of the posts in here.. since I'm **** with cable management... But will be fun!

Just waiting on corsair SF600 psu :[

Waiting for the same here. My 250D looks massive by comparison.
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I've heard the SF600 was delayed until April. Not sure where I read that, though Silverstone will bring out their 92mm fan equipped SFX supplies a little bit earlier.
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I've heard the SF600 was delayed until April. Not sure where I read that, though Silverstone will bring out their 92mm fan equipped SFX supplies a little bit earlier.

I've been waiting for the new Silverstone SFX PSU, any word when its supposed to be released officially? redface.gif
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I've been waiting for the new Silverstone SFX PSU, any word when its supposed to be released officially? redface.gif

I think it was late February, don't quote me on it though.
post #776 of 1618
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I've heard the SF600 was delayed until April. Not sure where I read that, though Silverstone will bring out their 92mm fan equipped SFX supplies a little bit earlier.

Johnny Guru over on the Corsair forums said that the SF450 has already shipped to Corsair's hubs, and that the SF600 was shipping soon after the Chinese New Year. From there it's 3 weeks on the long end until it's available for purchase. The rumors of April/May availability are false (according to him).
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Johnny Guru over on the Corsair forums said that the SF450 has already shipped to Corsair's hubs, and that the SF600 was shipping soon after the Chinese New Year. From there it's 3 weeks on the long end until it's available for purchase. The rumors of April/May availability are false (according to him).

Yes, apparently the delay is for the Bulldog case and customer support agents that people called confused that with the PSU.
post #778 of 1618
Have some questions about the M1:

- Would the case fit a SS SX500-LG and a ASUS Direct II CU GTX 780 at the same time? GPU dimensions are as follows: 11.3 " x 5.8 " x 1.6 " or 287 x 147 x 41 MM, and they look ok based on the compatibility section on the M1 website. What worries me is the "tight fit" disclaimer for SXF-L + long GPUs.

- Which CPU cooler is currently recommended? I'd like to go Corsair water AIO if possible.

Thanks in advance.

The case looks amazing and exactly what I was looking for in my planned swap to a SFF setup.
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Would the case fit a SS SX500-LG and a ASUS Direct II CU GTX 780 at the same time? GPU dimensions are as follows: 11.3 " x 5.8 " x 1.6 " or 287 x 147 x 41 MM, and they look ok based on the compatibility section on the M1 website. What worries me is the "tight fit" disclaimer for SXF-L + long GPUs.

This is the relevant line from the Compatability section of the Ncases.com website:

For cards up to 11.5" (292mm) in the first or second slot: 5.5" (140mm) (4.7"/120mm at the PCIe power connectors)

So your card's height of 5.8 inches exceeds the quoted limit.

As for the tight fit with SFX-L power supplies, some owners have reported that the pressure applied to the power supply cables is not too high. The cables must be bent immediately as they exit the PS connectors. If the graphics card has a back plate this will decrease the space between the card and the power supply. Some owners of cards that lack a backplate have applied insulating tape to the back of their cards where the power supply cables are making contact as a form of extra safety. So, yes it's tight, but many owners have managed it to their satisfaction.
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This is the relevant line from the Compatability section of the Ncases.com website:

For cards up to 11.5" (292mm) in the first or second slot: 5.5" (140mm) (4.7"/120mm at the PCIe power connectors)

So your card's height of 5.8 inches exceeds the quoted limit.

As for the tight fit with SFX-L power supplies, some owners have reported that the pressure applied to the power supply cables is not too high. The cables must be bent immediately as they exit the PS connectors. If the graphics card has a back plate this will decrease the space between the card and the power supply. Some owners of cards that lack a backplate have applied insulating tape to the back of their cards where the power supply cables are making contact as a form of extra safety. So, yes it's tight, but many owners have managed it to their satisfaction.

I assumed there would be enough allowance for 0.3 inches of clearance but perhaps not. My card has a backplate so sounds like I'll be ok with the tight GPU/PSU fit, if the card first in the first place.

Also, I've seen some builds with a H100i - was any custom modding needed to be done to the cooler or can it be dropped right into the case?
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