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post #1281 of 1892
I was wondering if MSI GTX 1070 Gaming will fit in this case.
My MSI GTX 980 fits just fine though.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Skylake i5 6500 ASUS Z170i Pro Gaming MSI GTX 980 Gaming 4G Crucial 8GB DDR4 2133 
Hard DriveHard DriveOSKeyboard
Samsung 950 Pro Sandisk SSD Plus 240GB x2 Raid 0 Windows 10 64 bit Razer Black Widow Tournament 
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Thermaltake Core V1 Logitect G600 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Skylake i5 6500 ASUS Z170i Pro Gaming MSI GTX 980 Gaming 4G Crucial 8GB DDR4 2133 
Hard DriveHard DriveOSKeyboard
Samsung 950 Pro Sandisk SSD Plus 240GB x2 Raid 0 Windows 10 64 bit Razer Black Widow Tournament 
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Thermaltake Core V1 Logitect G600 
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post #1282 of 1892
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Originally Posted by lockhead View Post

I was wondering if MSI GTX 1070 Gaming will fit in this case.
My MSI GTX 980 fits just fine though.

Not without modding case
post #1283 of 1892
I saw someone in the thread had put two 120mm fans as intake in the front. Is there much benefit to having that bottom 120mm fan?
post #1284 of 1892
Just a quick post I've been into computers for a long time but I'm now wanting to step it up a gear and get into projects and modding.

So here's my start

I5 4440
16gb ram
750gb sshd
Msi military class motherboard
post #1285 of 1892
Hello everyone. Just joined today after searching for other V1 builders.

Current system specs:
Intel i5-1150
Asrock ITX motherboard.
Mushkin 8g 1600 RAM
550w semi modular PSU
1TB HDD
240GB SSD
ZOTAC Nvidia GTX 1060
post #1286 of 1892
After the Asrock H81M-ITX start giving random errors, on post and on disc recognition, i changed to a MSI - H97I AC.

Changed the "ASS" hot VGA cooler for a Artic Accelero Hybrid III-140, but had to change the 80mm fan that comes with the kit with a Kaze Jyu Slim 100mm so that the case could be closed without forcing.

Also the backplate of the Hybrid-140 force me to change the cpu cooler from Cryorig C1 to a Nox Hummer H-212 that fits in the standard intel cooler size, plus a ARCTIC Fan 92mm PWM on the Nox cooler Push-pull config (the fan fits with the provided cpu "gramps" , no mods needed!).

I'm gonna post some pictures soon

Finally the build is "over" !
Edited by xanax40 - 8/16/16 at 8:16am
post #1287 of 1892
Well, hopefully have my build put together in the next couple weeks. I will list the parts along with pictures.

There are some very nice rigs on this thread. I was going to use this as my theater PC with some side gaming since it fits inside my media center.
post #1288 of 1892
What is a good contained watercooling system to put into this case? is the 120mm the only size that will fit? Thick or Thin Rad
post #1289 of 1892
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post #1290 of 1892
So im going from my laptop to a desktop and am on a pretty low budget and went with a used gpu.
The gpu i decided to buy is the sapphire r9 280x dualx. But i dont know if it will fit since the card is 262mm and on cores site it states it can accept gpus up to 260mm.
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