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I am using the asus r9 270x gpu. Would like to know if i can connect 2 separate pciE cable from the psu to the gpu or I can use the cable with 2 pciE and connect using one cable? If I use the later it make my DVD cracker difficult to mount.

And also my ax760 come with pciE cables with 6+2 as shown in the above pic.. Can I know what is the 2 extra slot used for?
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This is my problem connecting the 2 x 8pin, but my main problem was not being able to use my Hydro Classified block with this case.

like what he say, you need a lower profile PCIE cable my R9 270X is also almost blocking the cover.
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If you use any 240mm or H100i on side you can only use the following 2x80mm fans which are 80x12mm or 15mm thick anything bigger it will not fit period.

And I tried adding a Silverstone 180mm fan to the front and there is no way a 240mm rad will fit period. I have done a ton of measurements and adding radiators to the mix that I already have and it just will not fit!!!!!!!

Now if anyone wants to use all fans with no H20 cooling with radiators I think a 200mm fan intake with 2 x 120mm fans exit along with 2 x 80mm exhaust fans will work fine. But using a 200mm fan for front will make your GPU length very limited.

Now for me I would use the FRONT intake 120mm or 140mm fan as the ONLY INTAKE and use the 240 section and the rear 80mm section as a EXIT EXHAUST. Remember you still have a cold air intake from where your GPU card will be as well. 2cents.gif


can u plz suggest some good 80mm fans to mount at the rear(black/black-red/red) from the inside that will fit? i was thinking the be quiet but they re 25mm thick... frown.gif
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Case arrived today, stayed late at work and did most of my build there.

Some good news, the Asus R9 280X DCU2 does fit inside this case, and If you dont belive me I have attached a pic right underneath.
The heatpipe does not come in contact with the windows, and Im guessing atleast 5mm clearence, maybe even 10mm.
Though, there might be a difference In say a GTX 7x DC2 heatpipe, but 280X confirmed to be just fine.





For some more pictures, the album can be found here.
http://imgur.com/a/dZHY7


Unfortunately my HTC One does not impress when It comes to photo quality.

Would like to know how did you solve the PCI-E cables connecting to your R9 280X? Do you need to bend it considerably?
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I thought the same thing as well. Before I put the washers on, my pump didn't move on the CPU. When the standoff screws are screwed it will only tighten until it hits the protruding mount.

That will effectively tighten the pump when screwed down (pump won't move), but won't allow full clamping force to the CPU. That can cause higher than normal temps or/and a widely varied temp among cores.
It should look like this:

That will allow full clamping force. This does not affect all motherboards, but it does affect some include the Impact.

Is this a common issues which we need to add the washer on the back plate? Any one has installed the back plate without the washer and the H100i is working properly?
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can u plz suggest some good 80mm fans to mount at the rear(black/black-red/red) from the inside that will fit? i was thinking the be quiet but they re 25mm thick... frown.gif

on a site like frozencpu, you can filter them by size, so you'll get an overview.

Noiseblocker also has thin ones, not listed on frozen
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I just put a Cooler master 200 in the front of mine (found a good deal on CL). I have it running directly off the 4pin molex (roughly 650-700 rpm), and it is nearly in-audible. One thing to note with going a full 200mm is that the 2 little tabs that help align the bottom of the 5.25" bay get in the way (or if you put the fan in, then try to mount the bay back in you will have issues). I just used some slightly longer screws on the top and pinched the tabs between the fan and the front of the chassis. thumb.gif


which fan controller is this? did u have to do any mods to install it?
post #458 of 3052
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Originally Posted by GrWorkingClass View Post

can u plz suggest some good 80mm fans to mount at the rear(black/black-red/red) from the inside that will fit? i was thinking the be quiet but they re 25mm thick... frown.gif

Try PerformancePCs OR FrozenCPU They both have sections for 80x15mm fans not much other than black fans..




Also I think everyone with large GPU like mine will need these PCI Angle connectors to make it work. You can buy them here in 8-pin or 6-Pin

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did anyone fit ASUS DC2 770 in this case?
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did anyone fit ASUS DC2 770 in this case?

it will fit. i fit in gigabyte 770 which is slighty bigger with no probs smile.gif
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