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post #2691 of 5112
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Originally Posted by MakiRole View Post

You'll be fine with a standard M1.0 for your mobo. I've got an Asus X99E-WS, which is the same size, in mine plus a tonne of hardware on it, it fits no problem.
Any pictures?
It seems hard to find good images of the case. Specially of the back chamber (hard to know storage solutions when its not shown).
post #2692 of 5112
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Originally Posted by Chiobe View Post

Any pictures?
It seems hard to find good images of the case. Specially of the back chamber (hard to know storage solutions when its not shown).

Here is a build for you ... click here.... E-ATX in the M1.0. thumb.gif
Edited by Mads1 - 2/14/16 at 1:01pm
post #2693 of 5112
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Here is a build for you ... click here.... E-ATX in the M1.0. thumb.gif
Looks like there is plenty of room.

How much space in the back?
I'm using hard drive silencers, so the normal 2 spots probably wont do.
Plus I also need to find space for my control solutions, like Aquaero.
post #2694 of 5112
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Originally Posted by Chiobe View Post

Looks like there is plenty of room.

How much space in the back?
I'm using hard drive silencers, so the normal 2 spots probably wont do.
Plus I also need to find space for my control solutions, like Aquaero.

The build i pointed you to shows you in the back , if you see JR23 on here he can give you the dimension more precisely. thumb.gif
post #2695 of 5112
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The build i pointed you to shows you in the back , if you see JR23 on here he can give you the dimension more precisely. thumb.gif
My silent solution is about the size of a 5.25 bay, but that dont seem to be a problem. Just need a custom mounting solution. biggrin.gif
post #2696 of 5112
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My silent solution is about the size of a 5.25 bay, but that dont seem to be a problem. Just need a custom mounting solution. biggrin.gif

Ha Ha, hopefully you will get that sorted and we can look forward to a great build. biggrin.gif
post #2697 of 5112
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Ha Ha, hopefully you will get that sorted and we can look forward to a great build. biggrin.gif
Well, I still need to find out how solid the case is, as I plan on having a system that can travel to a few LANs.
post #2698 of 5112
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Well, I still need to find out how solid the case is, as I plan on having a system that can travel to a few LANs.

Parvum guys take there's to Lan's and get a fare amount of bashing and they hold up, the case's are very solid no worries there. thumb.gif
post #2699 of 5112
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Well, I still need to find out how solid the case is, as I plan on having a system that can travel to a few LANs.

They're built like tanks, you'll have no issues taking one to LAN etc. Here are a couple pics of mine which was taken to the i56 LAN back in December:





As you can see there's a tonne of stuff in there. Despite the massive weight the case is just plain solid and handles it fine. Definitely a good idea to look into having some custom stuff done for the other bits though like your HDD mounts etc.
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post #2700 of 5112
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They're built like tanks, you'll have no issues taking one to LAN etc. Here are a couple pics of mine which was taken to the i56 LAN back in December:

As you can see there's a tonne of stuff in there. Despite the massive weight the case is just plain solid and handles it fine. Definitely a good idea to look into having some custom stuff done for the other bits though like your HDD mounts etc.
Its cheaper then Caselabs with mods, so its my current number 1 choice right now.

Now I just need to plan how I want it and figure out where to get the custom parts.

Plus figure out which sandpaper to use for the edges or have they solved the "sharp edges" problem?
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