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post #1201 of 1941
thank you don't know much about PC gaming and all the build use motherboards that arent available in Australia B150M-ITX is it then
post #1202 of 1941
do all Mini Itx motherboards fit?
post #1203 of 1941
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post #1204 of 1941
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Originally Posted by Hayden121 View Post

do all Mini Itx motherboards fit?

Assuming they don't deviate from the mini itx standard, yes.
post #1205 of 1941
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Originally Posted by lockhead View Post

Here's mine smile.gif


Just my style: nice and clean without a ton of lights. I dig it!

(Not hating on all the awesome builds with lights; I just prefer not to use them in my own builds!)

Any idea what the temperature difference is with your video card if you swap the window panel for one of the others? I had planned on leaving the window on top of the case, but I'm warming up to the idea of putting it on the side and I'm not sure how much that'll affect temps...
post #1206 of 1941
Hi!


I was kind of considering getting the V1 Snow Edition, and doing a sort of blue/gold/white build, but I'm not sure my custom watercooling will fit in it.
I thought of doing it like this:
  • A 120, 46 mm thick radiator in the front with one Corsair SP120 fan.
  • A dual 80 mm. radiator in the rear with 2x Arctic Cooling F8 fans.
  • My EK-XRES 150 (considered putting it on the case floor lying down horizontally).

I plan on paiting the radiators white as well, and cooling both CPU and GPU.

So do you think my plan will work, or should I just do an mATX build, or go for a AIO cooler?
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post #1207 of 1941
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Originally Posted by WhitePrQjser View Post

Hi!


I was kind of considering getting the V1 Snow Edition, and doing a sort of blue/gold/white build, but I'm not sure my custom watercooling will fit in it.
I thought of doing it like this:
  • A 120, 46 mm thick radiator in the front with one Corsair SP120 fan.
  • A dual 80 mm. radiator in the rear with 2x Arctic Cooling F8 fans.
  • My EK-XRES 150 (considered putting it on the case floor lying down horizontally).

I plan on paiting the radiators white as well, and cooling both CPU and GPU.

So do you think my plan will work, or should I just do an mATX build, or go for a AIO cooler?

I think it could fit, just mind the hoses. I've just finished up building mine and am eyeballing it now, and it seems like there's space for all that. Would you have the SP120 inside the case or outside between the case and the front cover?
post #1208 of 1941
Finished up my build for now, until my Arctic Cooling F14s get here to replace the fans for the radiator. Only running one fan right now as a result. Also, I'm swapping the Arctic Cooling F8 Pros on the back for F8Pro PWM PSTs so I can run the radiator and the exhaust fans on one PWM port. My cable management in't where I'd like it to be yet either.

Here's the progression of my project: I started on the left with the P180, went to the Core V21 in the middle and decided it was too big after a week, and now the Core V1.



I managed to shoehorn two SSDs and a mechanical HDD in there! Attached to the back of the drive cage holding the OCZ Vector 150 is a OCZ ARC 100 (the blue bit sticking out in the corner).








The front panel is going to have the foam removed and the inside honeycomb plastic painted white, just to give it a little accent.
post #1209 of 1941
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Originally Posted by xcmartin View Post

I think it could fit, just mind the hoses. I've just finished up building mine and am eyeballing it now, and it seems like there's space for all that. Would you have the SP120 inside the case or outside between the case and the front cover?

If I then get creative with the cable management (I plan on getting a white sleeved cable pack from Cablemod), then it might work.
I don't have a very big PSU either. It's an XFX ProSeries Black Edition 850W full modular. I just feel that I need both a 120 radiator and a dual 80 mm. radiator to cool down a CPU and GPU loop.
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post #1210 of 1941
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Looking at the MSI gaming but its 279x140x42 so seems 2mm over the limit as my 970 is already close to the frame.
Might have to just change case =(

Why?

MSI gaming 1070 / 279 x 140 x 42 mm
Thermaltake Core V1: 285mm (Outer chassis)

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