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post #1581 of 1624
I wouldn't check it for sure. You should be able to get a hard shell carry-on large enough for it, I have seen people with huge carry on bags that still take them. Time to go luggage shopping.
Edited by trekxtrider - 4/19/17 at 11:46am
post #1582 of 1624
Hey guys!
The new AMD's RX 5XX has been released!

I'm starting to build my new desktop using the Core V1 and I was wondering if the RX580 would fit into the case, as AMD cards are usually beefier than Nvidia's.

On Amazon, the information I could find was:
Item Dimensions L x W x H 10.63 x 1.57 x 4.88 inches

Would it fit?
post #1583 of 1624
Hi everyone. I'm gonna start to my first build so I have a question.

There is only a SYS_FAN and a CPU_FAN on my motherboard. But I have a 200mm fan, 2x80mm fans and a liquid cooler. So that I bought 1-to-2 and 1-to-3 cables.

But I don't know which one of the cables should be attached to sysfan or cpufan. I even don't know where to attach the liquid coolers pump.

Can you please schematicize this? Thank you.
post #1584 of 1624
Hi, everyone!

This is my first mini-itx build. Thanks to this forum i've learned about this amazing case. It's was the litlle push that I needed to start building a mini PC with confidence, so i'm adding my rig to the owner's club:

I5 7600k;
Corsair H80i V2;
MSI Z270i Gaming Pro Carbon;
16gb DDr4 Kingston Fury 2400mhz
2x 500gb HDD;
2x 120GB SSD Intel 540;
Gigabyte 1060 GTX G1 Gaming 6gb;
2x 80mm Arctic Cooling F8 PWM Rev2;
PSU Corsair TX650 Rev 2.
and, of course, at last but not least, TT Core V1 Snow Edition. wink.gif


Still waiting for the VGA, 8gb RAM, SSDs and both F8 PWM to arrive ( I'm from Brazil and post office does a good job in overall, but sometimes delays are inevitable..)


Temps are good so far, H80i is on a push / pull config, bringing fresh air from the front to inside of the case. The Thermaltake 200mm fan is a little too noisy for me, so I've decided to stay with both H80i fans. I'm planning do overclock soon, just waiting for my build be totally finished to do so.

Here are some pics:







I hope you like it. I'm very satisfied with it. It's a tiny, good-looking PC to play some games on and off.
Edited by artfurt - 4/23/17 at 8:33am
post #1585 of 1624
Pump goes to CPU fan header, any other fan to the other fan header.

I use standard molex power adapters for the 2 80mm fans, they are quiet even at full power. I use the other mobo fan header with the 200mm fan and control the speed with my mobo software. AIO fans go on the AIO fan headers.
post #1586 of 1624
call to RX480 owners used in the V1 case, what GPU temps at idle and under load do you experience?

I have been crazy enough to fit a powercolor red devil(triple fans) in my build and I am getting around 45degC idle (with Zero rpm fan feature ON) and up to 77-78degC under heavy gaming load

Room temperature around 18-19degC because Spring in Japan doenst seem to kick in whatsoever this year!
post #1587 of 1624
Quote:
Originally Posted by nolive721 View Post

call to RX480 owners used in the V1 case, what GPU temps at idle and under load do you experience?

I have been crazy enough to fit a powercolor red devil(triple fans) in my build and I am getting around 45degC idle (with Zero rpm fan feature ON) and up to 77-78degC under heavy gaming load

Room temperature around 18-19degC because Spring in Japan doenst seem to kick in whatsoever this year!

I can't help you too much with this question, as I have a GTX1060 in mine, but do you have pic(s) of the Red Devil in the CoreV1? I had one, and I sold it because I didn't think it would fit in the CoreV1.
post #1588 of 1624
Howdy!

So I know this post is long overdue. I got this thing built and between this new toy and work I've not had time to post up, but the Swiftech h220x fits!
Click to see Pics (Click to show)








So i guess its time to add it to the owners club!

PC Specs:

CPU: Intel Core i5-7600K 3.8GHz Quad-Core Processor
CPU Cooler: Swiftech H220-X 55.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler
Motherboard: ASRock Z270M-ITX/ac Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard
Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 Memory
Storage: PNY CS1311 480GB 2.5" Solid State Drive
Video Card: XFX Radeon RX 480 8GB XXX OC Video Card
Case: Thermaltake Core V1 Snow Edition Mini ITX Tower Case
Power Supply: Silverstone 600W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular SFX Power Supply
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit
(2X) Case Fan: ARCTIC F8 PWM 31.0 CFM 80mm Fan
Monitor: Samsung U28D590D 28.0" 3840x2160 60Hz Monitor
Keyboard: Logitech G213 PRODIGY Wired Gaming Keyboard
Mouse: Logitech G403 Prodigy Wired Optical Mouse
Other: XSPC Radiator Gasket, 240mm, 2-pack

I have a solid 4.6GHz O/C on the i5 and the rx 480 puts up solid 45 fps on doom on ultra settings. I haven't done any bench marking or anything like that, but so far its a solid little computer, and a vast improvement over my early 2010 13" mac book pro!

I may try and cut out the side panels where the holes are and add my own plexi-glass windows, but I'm not sure yet.

Thanks!
-Craig
post #1589 of 1624
Just started this build for my wife, aka fb killer, aka get my wife off my gaming rig so i can use it lol. Had some old parts laying around so this will be a sandy xeon build with an old zotac h67 and 2x2 corsair dominator. Havent decided on gpu yet but as its a xeon ill be throwing in a 6770 i had in the closet for now. Just need the rad, hard lines and atx pins to get here. Was supposed to get here yesterday "thanks usps". Maybe monday now. So far just have lighting wired/sleeved and the block, ram and heat sinks painted. Going uv with green under mobo. Seems fitting for a sandy build.
Edited by aaronstransam - 4/30/17 at 9:33am
post #1590 of 1624
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