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If a case does not meet a standard, what gives companies the green light as claiming that their motherboard is say ATX or E-ATX

NZXT was making 192mm fans that were claimed to be 200mm fans, which for the life of me I can't quite understand.

Honestly? Nothing. We could claim anything and aside from consumer response nothing would happen.

Look at fan and psu specs, half of the industry straight up lies on the box. No repurcussions a all.
post #182 of 523
Yeah this is upsetting... there are standards for a reason, we wouldn't have to worry about these compatibility issues if companies could be honest about their products. It's only bad press for a company to be dishonest to the customer, and 1 unsatisfied customer can create a lot of commotion. I love most companies but when they lie about the products, it's kind of hard to have any respect for them.
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Yeah this is upsetting... there are standards for a reason, we wouldn't have to worry about these compatibility issues if companies could be honest about their products. It's only bad press for a company to be dishonest to the customer, and 1 unsatisfied customer can create a lot of commotion. I love most companies but when they lie about the products, it's kind of hard to have any respect for them.

I think the most lied about computer related product is power supplies.
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This case fit 'H110" in push/pull configuration?
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I think the most lied about computer related product is power supplies.

I've only heard of SFX and ATX

and then Im guessing the higher wattages and stuff like EVGAs Novas or whatever, they're some sort of bigger PSU standard..?
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I've only heard of SFX and ATX

and then Im guessing the higher wattages and stuff like EVGAs Novas or whatever, they're some sort of bigger PSU standard..?

I think he means that frequently the specs on the box are just made up. Nowhere near accurate, regardless of form factor. Fan specs are mostly the same, just BS numbers.
post #187 of 523
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This case fit 'H110" in push/pull configuration?

I´ve seen the H100i in push/pull with 25mm fans on that case.
But I think the H110 is 4 or 5 mm thicker than the H100i so.. can´t tell for sure but I guess it will fit (I see no point on leaving space for a H100i on push/pull but no for an H110)

You could fit it in the front depending on what GPU you are using.
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I think he means that frequently the specs on the box are just made up. Nowhere near accurate, regardless of form factor. Fan specs are mostly the same, just BS numbers.

George, could you address the previous questions I had? So both the top and front support 15mm - 20mm, correct? Not just the top? Also, as long as the board is 8 expansion slots "long", it should fit, correct? The extra width should already be covered by the E-ATX support.
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