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post #1211 of 1869
The Gigabyte 1070 G1 is 286mm long, do you reckon it will fit in? I haven't put a GPU in the case yet so when they say 285mm maximum is there still some room to play with?
post #1212 of 1869
Depends where the power plug is located.
post #1213 of 1869
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Originally Posted by level32 View Post

Depends where the power plug is located.

Or where the aviation snips are located. biggrin.gif
post #1214 of 1869
I think 285 is really the limit. 286 you might be able to close the front panel but its a gamble. Also not sure if you will be able to pass the cables.
You have the EVGA 1070 that will probably fit. Still haven't found one in stock but I'll be getting a EVGA 1080 SC.
post #1215 of 1869
Hello

Can someone share some pictures of how their PSU fan lines up with the filtered vent at the bottom of the V1 with the bottom panel attached ? I want to get a V1 and use a corsair cx550m or something similar and the majority of power supplies under 140mm in depth all seem to have offset fans instead of having them centered.

Thanks Guys smile.gif
post #1216 of 1869
Hello, do you think it's possible to mount a fan on the right side panel above the hard drive brackets? Perhaps using the intake vent to mount screws through it? If the answer is yes, what would be the maximum diameter and depth (width) for this fan?

I'm planning to get this case and not use the hard drive brackets at all and only use the M.2. drive on my mobo.

Also, can anyone tell me the dimensions of the intake portion of the panel?
Thanks in advance.
Edited by etiel - 6/27/16 at 4:43pm
post #1217 of 1869
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Originally Posted by etiel View Post

Hello, do you think it's possible to mount a fan on the right side panel above the hard drive brackets? Perhaps using the intake vent to mount screws through it? If the answer is yes, what would be the maximum diameter and depth (width) for this fan?

I'm planning to get this case and not use the hard drive brackets at all and only use the M.2. drive on my mobo.

Also, can anyone tell me the dimensions of the intake portion of the panel?
Thanks in advance.
I had two slim Silverstone fans installed on the side panel near the HDD brackets and they fit fine. I think I may have had to use washers to keep the screws from sliding through but I can't remember for certain. If you remove the brackets completely I think you could probably fit a standard 25mm thick 120mm fan there without a problem. I no longer have this case though so I can't test that theory or help with your other questions though
post #1218 of 1869
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Originally Posted by grimfandango64 View Post

Hello

Can someone share some pictures of how their PSU fan lines up with the filtered vent at the bottom of the V1 with the bottom panel attached ? I want to get a V1 and use a corsair cx550m or something similar and the majority of power supplies under 140mm in depth all seem to have offset fans instead of having them centered.

Thanks Guys smile.gif
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Originally Posted by grimfandango64 View Post

Hello

Can someone share some pictures of how their PSU fan lines up with the filtered vent at the bottom of the V1 with the bottom panel attached ? I want to get a V1 and use a corsair cx550m or something similar and the majority of power supplies under 140mm in depth all seem to have offset fans instead of having them centered.

Thanks Guys smile.gif

Hi, sorry for the terrible picture. Here is my Corsair Hx650 lined up with the bottom vent. Pretty much a perfect fit! Probably not exactly what you're looking for, though.
post #1219 of 1869
Hi

That does look like a perfect fit thanks for the picture smile.gif but the hx series actually have centered fans unlike the smaller modular/hybrid/non modular units I have seen which all have them off to one side probally something to do with their internal layout, it is possible to find smaller units with centered fans but they are rare which is a bit frustrating as I dont like the idea of the PSU being starved of air, I want to keep it to a unit below 140mm in depth so i'm able to move it to another mini itx build in the future that might not have the same amout of space for a PSU the v1 does, if anyone else has a V1 with a smaller PSU and can share a picture or two I would be grateful anything like the corsair cx, cs, vs.. evga b series etc.. should give me a good idea if not I might have to settle on a bigger unit although I have come across the fractal design integra 450 which has decent reviews and looks solid but I was hoping for a bit more juice.
post #1220 of 1869
something else I would like to know if anyone here has any experience with it is that i've seen a couple of people mounting a 120mm rad/aio in the front with the 200mm intake fan attached I would love to run it like that and get the best of both worlds aiflow and cooling wise, how does it fit ? is there space for the screw heads between the front fan/rad mount and the 200mm fan on the other side without making contact ?
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