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post #2661 of 5154
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Originally Posted by nzphil View Post

Does anyone know the maximum GPU depth (from PCIe slot to window) for the M1.0? I'm using a GTX 980 ti but with the EK supremacy VGA bridge edition it's kinda fat. I know for sure its larger than a full cover FC block.

Thanks!

The cpu cooler height is 170mm so prob about the same.
post #2662 of 5154
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Originally Posted by MikeTheTiger View Post

@JR23 I measured and the card is 296mm long and 50mm wide...so pretty close to what ASUS has on their website.

The 50mm thickness should be fine, the internal length of the case is 290mm and that is from the flat part of the IO plate rahter than the end of the tab which is conventionally screwed to the case. I don't know if ASUS or yourself included that in the overall length so it may or may not fit.

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Originally Posted by WhiteWulfe View Post

I'm not worried about width... It's the extra 1" of PCB height the Classified cards have (and the same thing with Asus Matrix and Strix cards, MSI Gaming cards, etc). They didn't fit the Parvum S2.0 when a waterblock was added because of this.
Ah, darn. Well then, guess it will probably be 960's or 970's going into the R1.0 then, since most of those are standard height. Probably 970's simply because I'm nuts and it's going to technically be my audio and djing rig that Folds on the side - that and you can get full coverage blocks for the 970's ^_^

I suspect the 980 Classified suffers the same "problem" that the 780 and 780 Ti Classifieds did, that being they're a little over an inch taller than reference. But they're so sexy, not to mention potent.

I've revised the R1.0 drawings and the spec adding 10mm width which should be enough for all the flagship cards with a waterblock. Definitely fine for all of the Classifieds with an EK block.

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Originally Posted by nzphil View Post

Does anyone know the maximum GPU depth (from PCIe slot to window) for the M1.0? I'm using a GTX 980 ti but with the EK supremacy VGA bridge edition it's kinda fat. I know for sure its larger than a full cover FC block.

Thanks!

The GPU depth should be just the same as the as CPU cooler height as mads said. There is a little safety in that measurement just because manufacturers aren't specific in how they measure GPU or CPU height. The M1.0 is 12mm wider than an S2.0 and all of that extra width is in the front.

JR
post #2663 of 5154
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Originally Posted by JR23 View Post

The 50mm thickness should be fine, the internal length of the case is 290mm and that is from the flat part of the IO plate rahter than the end of the tab which is conventionally screwed to the case. I don't know if ASUS or yourself included that in the overall length so it may or may not fit.
JR

Thanks. That's actually the length from the plate to the tip of the cooler. So it unfortunately won't fit. doh.gif
post #2664 of 5154
Thanks for all the replies thumb.gif

Another dumb question. My Rad (Ek Coolstream XTX 360) is 64 +1/-1 so basically 65mm. It says on the specs for the M1.0 that it has support for 360 rad in the front 65mm. Does that include fans? Most fans are 25mm, so would you be able to fit rad + one set of fans which would be a total of 90mm?

Seems like either way everything is going to be a tight fit, which is what I am looking for. I love the idea of no wasted space but I might be cutting it too close lol.

Thanks again,

Phil
post #2665 of 5154
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Originally Posted by nzphil View Post

Thanks for all the replies thumb.gif

Another dumb question. My Rad (Ek Coolstream XTX 360) is 64 +1/-1 so basically 65mm. It says on the specs for the M1.0 that it has support for 360 rad in the front 65mm. Does that include fans? Most fans are 25mm, so would you be able to fit rad + one set of fans which would be a total of 90mm?

Seems like either way everything is going to be a tight fit, which is what I am looking for. I love the idea of no wasted space but I might be cutting it too close lol.

Thanks again,

Phil

I think its fans + rads .... 40mm rad 25mm fan =65mm
post #2666 of 5154
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Originally Posted by Mads1 View Post

I think its fans + rads .... 40mm rad 25mm fan =65mm

Aw snap, might be time for a new rad =( I'm going to miss my XTX it performs really well.
post #2667 of 5154
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Originally Posted by nzphil View Post

Aw snap, might be time for a new rad =( I'm going to miss my XTX it performs really well.

Personally i dont like anything above 40mm, i like the slimmer rad to match thickness of fans, plus to dissipate more heat you need more surface area, ie: a 360mm @ 40mm thickness will be better than a 240mm AT 65mm thickness, but understand what you are saying when you find something you like and works well for you. smile.gif good excuse to buy something new and shinny. thumb.gif
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Just a heads up for those attending the LSUCS LAN56 over the weekend, have fun..... thumb.gif
post #2669 of 5154
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Originally Posted by nzphil View Post

Thanks for all the replies thumb.gif

Another dumb question. My Rad (Ek Coolstream XTX 360) is 64 +1/-1 so basically 65mm. It says on the specs for the M1.0 that it has support for 360 rad in the front 65mm. Does that include fans? Most fans are 25mm, so would you be able to fit rad + one set of fans which would be a total of 90mm?

Seems like either way everything is going to be a tight fit, which is what I am looking for. I love the idea of no wasted space but I might be cutting it too close lol.

Thanks again,

Phil

I did XSPC AX360mm which is 42 I think and fans push pull so +50... 92mm. Was an inverted M1.0 but had the same rad and push pull in the base on the 240mm.. check Parvum Krait log.
post #2670 of 5154
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Originally Posted by imersa View Post

I did XSPC AX360mm which is 42 I think and fans push pull so +50... 92mm. Was an inverted M1.0 but had the same rad and push pull in the base on the 240mm.. check Parvum Krait log.

Yeah I was looking at that and the Fortis build and noticed he used a 60mm rad with 25mm fans. So it might just fit. I guess I wont really know until I try lol. If it comes to it i'll just buy a couple of Ek's slim rads and have space to spare.

Thanks for your reply. thumb.gif

I can't wait till I have enough saved up to get my hands on the M1.0
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