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post #1191 of 1941
to be honest no idea about the differences no since the Frio is not available on Amazon Japan where I live. I had no problem fitting the NIC31 and it looks nice IMHO in my current rig h color scheme
post #1192 of 1941


oh la la might be time to think more to upgrade for my 750ti! lots of talks and débats on this forum about the real step up provided by this high price card considering the price tag. may I ask you what was in your case before and performance vs temperature situation with the 1080?

I am looking at the 1070 and the AMD 480 as alternatives for my 750Ti upgrade but this little baby is such a beast for the money, I will eb sad to see her go....
post #1193 of 1941
Hi, I'm new to this forum and just started to build my PC recently. I picked this case because of it's awesome form factor. I just wonder how you guys deal with the air flow. I have a cooler Master T2 and plan to put 2 x 80mm fans in it.
post #1194 of 1941
please help smile.gif

i have a noctua NH-U9B SE2 and Ocz fatality 550 with msi 750 ti. are they fit in or not ?

and is there too much difference between v21 and v1?

thank you
Edited by oversaturn - 6/13/16 at 2:56pm
post #1195 of 1941
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Originally Posted by oversaturn View Post

please help smile.gif

i have a noctua NH-U9B SE2 and Ocz fatality 550 with msi 750 ti. are they fit in or not ?

and is there too much difference between v21 and v1?

thank you

Yes, they will fit. U9 is 125mm high with fan, so plenty of clearance (V1 supports 140mm tall coolers at least). 750ti is 211mm long so lots of space for it (285mm long cards max). The Ocz psu is under 160mm long and will fit as well (max psu length is 200mm).

No need to consider the V21, which is much bigger, unless you plan to use a Matx board. V1 is itx only. V1 is just under 23L, while the V21 is just over 45L.
post #1196 of 1941
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Originally Posted by MicroCat View Post

Yes, they will fit. U9 is 125mm high with fan, so plenty of clearance (V1 supports 140mm tall coolers at least). 750ti is 211mm long so lots of space for it (285mm long cards max). The Ocz psu is under 160mm long and will fit as well (max psu length is 200mm).

No need to consider the V21, which is much bigger, unless you plan to use a Matx board. V1 is itx only. V1 is just under 23L, while the V21 is just over 45L.

Thank you so much thumb.gif
post #1197 of 1941
Hey everyone! Newbie to the forums here, getting ready to start a Core V1 build. Ridiculously excited. I'm no stranger to building my own rigs (been doing it for almost 20 years now) and I'm anxious to get this started. I've been getting so many parts in the mail lately, my apartment office's staff has started calling me to let me know I have new stuff in.

My girlfriend and I ran across a build in this case for sale at Fry's. I've traditionally been a GIANT HONKING CASE OR NOTHING kind of guy, as evidenced by the original Antec P180 case I have been using and updating for the last ten years. It's housed more builds than I can remember. Anyway, I wanted to reuse my existing i5-3570K and I was having trouble finding a mini-ITX board that I liked, so I settled on a micro-ATX board and the V1's bigger sibling, the Core V21. It's been up and running really well for a few weeks, but I kept coming back and stalking this forum, and decided the Core V1 build was what I really wanted to do.

I don't plan on doing anything you haven't seen in some posts here already, but here's the parts list:

Case: Tt Core V1
Motherboard: Gigabyte H77N-WIFI
Processor: Intel i5-3570K
Graphics: ASUS GTX770 OC Edition
RAM: 16GB (2x8GB) Crucial Ballistix Sport PC3-12800
PSU: Corsair HX650W (semi-modular)
Storage: OCZ Vector 150 240GB SSD (boot drive), 2TB WD Green 5400RPM HDD (storage)
CPU Cooling: Corsair H90, replacing included fan with Arctic Cooling F14 PWM and adding another F14 for push-pull, getting rid of the 200mm fan on the case
Other fans: 2x Arctic Cooling F8 Pro PWM PST in the rear

About half that stuff is either here and waiting or in use in the V21 build right now. Waiting on all the cooling stuff. My gaming needs are pretty moderate (Skyrim and MMOs, mainly) so I saw no need to upgrade to a latest-gen processor... though I probably could have had I skipped the V21 build! What I have will still serve me nicely, though it's hardly bleeding-edge. This will be my first mITX build in a proper mITX case, and also my first with a AIO liquid cooler.

I really want to upgrade to the GTX1070, but that will have to wait. I'm also concerned that, since the GTX770 has been in a standard ATX configuration for so long, the sag these heavy cards develop will have some issues with the opening at the front of the V1. I think someone here recently posted about their card rubbing - there's a possible cause, if you're reading this!

Anyway, I look forward to slapping it all together and sharing my own and everyone else's experience!
post #1198 of 1941
I am currently looking for an Australian build of this mine so far is http://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/H9MK8K please tell me if you have suggestions as in my country the pricing is extremely high {aud} and i am limited when it comes to parts and will the Asus GeForce GTX 970 4GB Video Card fit in the case with my other parts?
Edited by Hayden121 - 6/15/16 at 5:05am
post #1199 of 1941
Are the ASRock H110M-HDV and ASRock B150M-ITX Mini ITX Motherboards compatible?
post #1200 of 1941
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Originally Posted by Hayden121 View Post

I am currently looking for an Australian build of this mine so far is http://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/H9MK8K please tell me if you have suggestions as in my country the pricing is extremely high {aud} and i am limited when it comes to parts and will the Asus GeForce GTX 970 4GB Video Card fit in the case with my other parts?

That GTX 970 you have listed is a reference card with no extravagant cooler, so it will definitely fit. It's listed on pcpartpicker as compatible as well (down the list a bit): http://au.pcpartpicker.com/products/case/?compatible_with=HbjWGX
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Originally Posted by Hayden121 View Post

Are the ASRock H110M-HDV and ASRock B150M-ITX Mini ITX Motherboards compatible?

The H110M-HDV is a Micro ATX board, so it won't even begin to fit. The B150M-ITX will, though.
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