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post #241 of 2255
Hello,

Yes, I want. In an hour I want to upload more pictures.
Edited by Syntian - 6/28/14 at 7:29am
post #242 of 2255
So I open the case and see all the cables...



I make a quick comparison with my current FRACTAL CORE 1000 - Fractal core is really small case, but Hadron is even smaller...







First I tied up some cables and push them behind PSU and move them to the front then left 2 molex on right side because later I will connect LED strip and DVD...





And a DVD installation into the case, of course as many times mentioned here - I must remove 2nd cover and slide DVD inside with pre-installed plastic holder.







Here i connect DVD molex - second waiting for LED strip:)




Nice two...



and quick overview of battlefield:)



Started with ssd and hdd installation and some cable management within the cage, I tied up sata cable to the cage and connect everything. 2 sata cables i routed thru the cage and they come out on the bottom - prepared to be connected to MB. I checked MB layout to know how and where to lead all the cables...I will use ASUS Z9I-plus MB and core i5 4440...




And a DVD sata cable above...

Edited by Syntian - 10/9/15 at 1:15am
post #243 of 2255
Update>

I finally get some other parts so here are new pictures from build. This build is nothing special, I purchase Z97 motherboard (to future) but I will use non "K" processor i5 4440 because I already have it and at least I could save some Euros just for now...

Led (WHITE) strip installation to the botom and it will lead up just following the edge...I connect it to second 4PIN molex which I left uncovered before...On the top I secure it with plastic tie...


Bonding 2 upper fan cables together...I lead them to upper left side because after MB installation are all fan MB connectors located there...


Edited by Syntian - 6/29/14 at 6:25am
post #244 of 2255
Great!
Edited by svictorcc - 6/29/14 at 6:39am
post #245 of 2255
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Originally Posted by Syntian View Post

Update>

I finally get some other parts so here are new pictures from build. This build is nothing special, I purchase Z97 motherboard (to future) but I will use non "K" processor i5 4440 because I already have it and at least I could save some Euros just for now...

Led (WHITE) strip installation to the botom and it will lead up just following the edge...I connect it to second 4PIN molex which I left uncovered before...On the top I secure it with plastic tie...

Bonding 2 upper fan cables together...I lead them to upper left side because after MB installation are all fan MB connectors located there...

Good job Syntian! thumb.gif
Carry on biggrin.gif

Are you going to sleeve cables?
post #246 of 2255
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Originally Posted by svictorcc View Post

Good job Syntian! thumb.gif
Carry on biggrin.gif

Are you going to sleeve cables?

Thanks mate!

No, I am not going to do it (at least not now), I checked some tool for such job but I not quite sure if I will handle it by myself:( Anyway, sleeved cables looks very nice, so maybe later or next time I will consider:)
Edited by Syntian - 6/29/14 at 6:54am
post #247 of 2255
Update:2

GPU: MSI n770/oc + I5 4440 + MB




MB: Z97I-plus




I don't know what does it mean PLUS but maybe a FREE game inside...



+ NOCTUA NH-U9B-SE..

post #248 of 2255
Update:3

Processor and RAM installation + some preparation job for heatsink...



IO shield...



GPU msi GTX 770/OC





Hetsink and RAM (really close)...



Noctua fans...



And pc is ready...







...
Edited by Syntian - 6/29/14 at 12:50pm
post #249 of 2255
I'm thinking of buying this case but im wondering if it is indeed possible to fit in a Sapphire 7970 GHz Vapor-X in there. I've measured it and its about 285mm or 11.2 inches. I know the case only supports 10.5 inch cards, but i've heard that it indeed possible to fit a card like that in there. Theres around 1cm of plastic that i could hack off of it, if it doesnt so 10.9 inches should be enough. So will it fit or not?
post #250 of 2255
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Originally Posted by pantsoo View Post

I'm thinking of buying this case but im wondering if it is indeed possible to fit in a Sapphire 7970 GHz Vapor-X in there. I've measured it and its about 285mm or 11.2 inches. I know the case only supports 10.5 inch cards, but i've heard that it indeed possible to fit a card like that in there. Theres around 1cm of plastic that i could hack off of it, if it doesnt so 10.9 inches should be enough. So will it fit or not?

I know for a fact that the card WILL NOT FIT. No matter what you do, no matter how much you struggle with the card or try to insert it into the case, It won't fit. I know for a fact because my 10.5 in card can barely fit into it. If you want your 11.2 in card to fit in there, you may have to do some heavy case modding. But hey, If the source where you got this from says he did it, where be the pics?
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