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post #1291 of 1890
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Originally Posted by Ladrigon View Post

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.

280 will fit and stick thru the frame
post #1292 of 1890
Hey everyone.
I was looking to get this case but in white which would cost approx. $60 here in my country.
Is it worth it? Temps and noise wise, it's very pretty and all and would fit an Ikea desk pretty easily but I really care about those two things
post #1293 of 1890
i am almost there, need final white paint touch on surrounding frames and the small side panel where power/reset switch are

As well as improving the DVD drive integration, the red tape now is just to give me an image of the color scheme with my desk, will be looking better soon
post #1294 of 1890
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Originally Posted by G59Scrim View Post

Hey everyone.
I was looking to get this case but in white which would cost approx. $60 here in my country.
Is it worth it? Temps and noise wise, it's very pretty and all and would fit an Ikea desk pretty easily but I really care about those two things

For the money its a great Itx case. Temps are good depending on your setup really. Also fits in the Ikea Kallax and Valje range. I have mine perched on top of one of these at the moment. http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/20284620/
post #1295 of 1890
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Originally Posted by wrathofbill View Post

For the money its a great Itx case. Temps are good depending on your setup really. Also fits in the Ikea Kallax and Valje range. I have mine perched on top of one of these at the moment. http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/20284620/
That's nice, I was looking to buy an Ikea Linnmon and might aswell upgrade my case because I don't really like my current case (cm 120 advanced)
post #1296 of 1890
Well, build went together very well. Everything works perfectly, just need an OS and I'll be off to the races haha.





post #1297 of 1890
Can you still put the front of the case on? I'm interested in buying the MSI Radeon RX 480 Gaming X 4G.
post #1298 of 1890
HI, i'm also interested if MSI RX 480 GAMING X would fit in this case
i built my pc in this case before deciding on a gpu so now i'm in a little trouble. Which of the rx 480 AIB cards is the best for this case? ROG STRIX DUAL, SAPPHIRE NITRO+ OC, or MSI GAMING X?

I'm asking because i'm afraid the card might thermal throttle lol.

Btw is it worth ziptieing a 120mm exhaust fan to the sidepanel above the drivecages?
post #1299 of 1890
What's the tallest air cooler that can fit in this case? I know the product description says 140mm but does anyone have experience with taller coolers?
post #1300 of 1890
Taller cooler without modding? Probably 149mm max with the side metal on top, 146(ish) with the plexi...But the plexi is easy to mod, which is how I'm fitting a 160mm tall cooler in my V1 build.

A 145mm Cryorig H7 would be a safe fit. The much better 149mm Scythe Fuma would be pushing it without a little tweak of the snips. But, the V1 is made for snipping! biggrin.gif
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