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since i have dvd with 8.1 (original) then imma use it. smile.gif
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Wondering whether the MSI R9 290 Gaming would fit the case (thinking mainly of pcie connectors on top)? The specifications state a card height of 127mm. Lengthwise (276mm) the card would be perfect since my front intake fan is a bulky one.

edit: k, it seems it will fit no problem. But now that i've been searching I came across the PowerColor 290 pcs+, which is rather fat, but also tempting.. Some site measured 45mm from the pcb, so it's not quite a triple slot as stated on many shop sites (like a ROG matrix e.g.), but chances are it will hit the carved-in side panel. Anyone willing to measure the exact clearance from pcb to side panel mesh in his case?
Edited by kmfmppl - 3/30/14 at 10:46am
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Just ordered my Corsair 250D and planning to install a ASUS Maximum Impact VI with AX850 PSU from my ATX build.

I am looking at ordering exact PSU cable lengths needed to eliminate long cables.

Anyone have the exact measurements? I am thinking about getting the following:

1x 18+10pin to 20+4pin Main Power, 15cm
1x 8pin to 4+4pin CPU, 15cm
2x 12pin to Dual 6+2pin PCIE, 30cm
1x 6pin to 4xSATA, 15cm+5cm+5cm+5cm
​1x 6pin to 1xMolex, 15cm

Think this measurement will work with the Maximum VI Impact Motherboard and AX850 PSU?

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by SR0G View Post

Just ordered my Corsair 250D and planning to install a ASUS Maximum Impact VI with AX850 PSU from my ATX build.

I am looking at ordering exact PSU cable lengths needed to eliminate long cables.

Anyone have the exact measurements? I am thinking about getting the following:

1x 18+10pin to 20+4pin Main Power, 15cm
1x 8pin to 4+4pin CPU, 15cm
2x 12pin to Dual 6+2pin PCIE, 30cm
1x 6pin to 4xSATA, 15cm+5cm+5cm+5cm
​1x 6pin to 1xMolex, 15cm

Think this measurement will work with the Maximum VI Impact Motherboard and AX850 PSU?

Thanks!

Discussion about that around http://www.overclock.net/t/1466042/corsair-obsidian-250d-club/260#post_21949071
His build with 30/40cm: http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/4524642
He uses an AX850
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Discussion about that around http://www.overclock.net/t/1466042/corsair-obsidian-250d-club/260#post_21949071
His build with 30/40cm: http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/4524642
He uses an AX850

Thanks for the post. Looks like 30cm/40cm for GPU looks perfect from his pictures.
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Thanks for the post. Looks like 30cm/40cm for GPU looks perfect from his pictures.
I ordered 30 mobo/cpu and 40 GPU (280x). will get them next week.If you want i could measure the length with maximum flex for the mobo. I also ordered rounded cables (interior cables are 2cm shorter)
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I ordered 30 mobo/cpu and 40 GPU (280x). will get them next week.If you want i could measure the length with maximum flex for the mobo. I also ordered rounded cables (interior cables are 2cm shorter)

I just ordered a 30 cpu /40 gpu set as well..
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Hi fellow 250D owners. Just a general query, since ive built my pc in the 250D with the maximus vi impact sometimes when I put the pc in sleep mode, the power can just die completely and then when I turn back on it says windows did not shutdown properly etc. Any suggestions as to why its happening? Possible PSU going bad? PC is fine 'Awake' and when gaming etc, just when I put in sleep mode.

Also I do have a haswell processor which I know has a low power state, could this be something to do with it? My build when I had my previous mobo and Ivy cpu did not do this, there was no problems whatsoever.
Edited by RyReZar - 3/31/14 at 12:39pm
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It could be that your PSU does not support these new low power states. Personally I disable them all except C3.
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Originally Posted by RyReZar View Post

Hi fellow 250D owners. Just a general query, since ive built my pc in the 250D with the maximus vi impact sometimes when I put the pc in sleep mode, the power can just die completely and then when I turn back on it says windows did not shutdown properly etc. Any suggestions as to why its happening? Possible PSU going bad? PC is fine 'Awake' and when gaming etc, just when I put in sleep mode.

Also I do have a haswell processor which I know has a low power state, could this be something to do with it? My build when I had my previous mobo and Ivy cpu did not do this, there was no problems whatsoever.
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It could be that your PSU does not support these new low power states. Personally I disable them all except C3.
I dont think the C states have anything to do with system sleep, but rather processor sleep. You are on the right track though. I would make sure you have at least ErP enabled under your power section. The AX850 should support it. The second place i would look is in the windows power control panel under advanced settings. How exactly are you putting it into sleep mode? Software? Sleep button? how long is it "asleep" before you turn it back on?
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