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post #61 of 2261
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I see a lot of you guys using the gtx 780 ti superclocked with acx cooler. I always thought that the blower style was better for this case. Anyone had any issues? How are the temps so far?

Blower style is better for this case but there were no Evga blower styles left at my local PC shop, and the acx was on special , so I bought that one , 76c it perfectly fine for me and the top fans do a good job moving the hot air out of the case!
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post #62 of 2261
Needed a smaller, portable PC for bringing back and forth between different workplaces doing a lot of computational processing. Got my whole build working and pulled together finally! Had no clearance issues with the ASRock Z87E-ITX.



Very very good temperatures with the Noctua NH-U9B-SE2 and the reference blower GPU for this tiny tiny case! Cable management is tough on that damn bright blue USB3.0...

Honestly, why isn't this case more popular? It is definitely WAY better than options like the Bitfenix Prodigy...
Edited by JDMfanatic - 2/25/14 at 3:18pm
post #63 of 2261
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Originally Posted by JDMfanatic View Post

Needed a smaller, portable PC for bringing back and forth between different workplaces doing a lot of computational processing. Got my whole build working and pulled together finally! Had no clearance issues with the ASRock Z87E-ITX.



Very very good temperatures with the Noctua NH-U9B-SE2 and the reference blower GPU for this tiny tiny case! Cable management is tough on that damn bright blue USB3.0...

Honestly, why isn't this case more popular? It is definitely WAY better than options like the Bitfenix Prodigy...
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Originally Posted by aznever View Post

I bought one and couldn't get a GTX 780 MSI Gaming into it, then I had to return it.

While I agree, Bitfenix Prodigy is one of the best case to watercool for SFF, and the case has been around for only a couple of months. thumb.gif

Nice build!
post #64 of 2261
Hey guys,
So i'm trying to sell my iMac (i know yack but i like the compact factor) to build a hadron and i looking for the GPU.

I want to put a MSI 770 gaming in here the lenght (26mm) is ok but the height i dont know so if you guys could confirm me that a 126mm height is ok? The classified is 125mm and someone did put it in the hadron.

I would gladly take a EVGA but in France an SC cost more than 50€ than other card... Such a boner because they look nice.
post #65 of 2261
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Originally Posted by Pschiiit View Post

Hey guys,
So i'm trying to sell my iMac (i know yack but i like the compact factor) to build a hadron and i looking for the GPU.

I want to put a MSI 770 gaming in here the lenght (26mm) is ok but the height i dont know so if you guys could confirm me that a 126mm height is ok? The classified is 125mm and someone did put it in the hadron.

I would gladly take a EVGA but in France an SC cost more than 50€ than other card... Such a boner because they look nice.

Evga Hadron Air supports graphics card 10.5in - 267mm, I am not sure about the classified but 770 should be fine
post #66 of 2261
You can put a classified inside the chassis (you can find a topic on the forum) but I know the lenght is ok with the msi 770 gaming I need to know if the height of 126mm is too much for the hadron or not.
post #67 of 2261
where are you guys getting your single sleeved cables? you sleeving them yourselves?


How big is the hadron hydros radiator compartment? I want to put a corsair h105 up there. yes i know im gonna have to bring out the power tools biggrin.gif
post #68 of 2261
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Originally Posted by gregg1494 View Post

where are you guys getting your single sleeved cables? you sleeving them yourselves?


How big is the hadron hydros radiator compartment? I want to put a corsair h105 up there. yes i know im gonna have to bring out the power tools biggrin.gif

I got my sleeves over at LutrO-Customs. With the drive cage you get about 30mm of clearance
post #69 of 2261
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Originally Posted by Pschiiit View Post

Hey guys,
So i'm trying to sell my iMac (i know yack but i like the compact factor) to build a hadron and i looking for the GPU.

I want to put a MSI 770 gaming in here the lenght (26mm) is ok but the height i dont know so if you guys could confirm me that a 126mm height is ok? The classified is 125mm and someone did put it in the hadron.

I would gladly take a EVGA but in France an SC cost more than 50€ than other card... Such a boner because they look nice.

Yes, someone put the classy in there but the side window would not close. So you get to pick; open case with a classy or MSI gaming or closed cased with blower style, ACX, or Twin Frozr
post #70 of 2261
that's a lovely case and I guess the Hardon name fits the bill - sexy thumb.gif

Sorry got that name wrong - Hadron biggrin.gif
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