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Originally Posted by kev507 View Post

Is it possible to fit an EVGA 780ti classified, H100i, and still put a 200mm fan up front? If so which fan?


cooler master megaflow will fit, just...
post #642 of 3052
Im waiting for my parts, hope they will be here soon

I will be using h100i and bitfenix spectre pro 200mm fan in the front

Hope it will fit, or i will make it fit biggrin.gif

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Corsair 250D
Fsp 650w psu
Asrock z77 itx
2500k
2x4gb corsair vengeance
MSI 760TF
Corsair h100i
2x corsair sp120q pwm fans on the h100i
Bitfenix spectre pro 200mm fan in the front

Nothing special but does the job
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Corsair 120SSD Corsair H60 BenQ XL2411T 
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im afraid it wont fit too well, fan will be blocking the room for optical drive bay. I know i had this fan before mounted in.
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Thats fine by me, no need for optical bay
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Originally Posted by Pixelmancer View Post

I have another question. Will a Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 fit in the 80mm slots? Sorry again for all the questions. I'll be able to answer most of this stuff for myself when my case gets here in two days.
I don't remember the specifics, but it's hard to fit much of anything with a 200mm. I found a lot of people it caused problems for when I was researching.

Edit: I also have a little update on my situation. That 240mm x 25mm radiator I found doesn't look very appealing after having researched it better. I guess I'm just going to have to give up and settle for the ASRock Z87E-ITX. It's a mid-range motherboard and I've never used an ASRock product before, but it's apparently the only way to get a 240mm x 30mm radiator to fit with reasonable fans. Thin static pressure fans don't seem to exist. I could only find two fans thin enough to work with one of the motherboards I wanted and both of them were pretty bad as case fans and totally worthless as radiator fans. I knew I'd probably have to make sacrifices with such a small case so whatever. I'll live.

Have you looked at EVGA's z87 Stinger as an option, i know its pricey, but if it fits and is on sale...
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Anyone have any luck finding z77 mobos? I really want to take my mid size tower apart for this case but I have a 3570k CPU.
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Have you looked at EVGA's z87 Stinger as an option, i know its pricey, but if it fits and is on sale...
Wouldn't work. The problem is that it can't have anything right up against the edge of the board on the same side as the radiator since the radiator will overlap the mobo slightly. It's one side clockwise from the side with the IO panel.



It's not exactly a great view, but you can kinda see what I mean by pausing this video at the 0:33 mark.
Edited by Pixelmancer - 4/7/14 at 3:52pm
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I have noticed something while looking at some of the posted pictures on this thread, but want to ask this anyway to (perhaps) get a better answer: are your boards flexing / bowing? Never having had an mITX PC (much less one that lays down), I am not sure what should be considered normal. I was getting ready to clean out the innards today when I noticed this.





Hrmm...
post #649 of 3052
Just got this case for my pops new setup. Stoked to build in this thing.
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More often than not, when someone posts pictures of the left side of the case (open) we find a lot of board flexing. I am starting to think this is the norm but I do not know if we should be concerned or not. Caselabs looked to have a similar issue with the S3, which the fixed by creating a faux plastic mount which helps the board not bow under the GPU.










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