Originally Posted by CayuKid
I had gigabyte take a physical card and measure it (Gigabyte 1080 Xtreme)
H = 57mm (including the “ X” shape brace height on the card.
L = 290mm\
W = 123mm (including the extra upper portion of the GPU heatsink and the “Xtreme Gaming LED display on the card)
Will this fit in the case?
Originally Posted by LocutusH
If its really 123mm wide, it would fit. But i have my doubts, that it has been measured correctly... seems much higher than that.
Guys I just made measurements on 4 cards and found out that indeed as locutus says, they mustn't have measured correctly. It is too tall.
Instead of measuring the whole card, I just measure the distance between the top of the PCI bracket and the top of the card on straight photos, and then measure ratios to get the real values. This way we have a reliable scale with of course, a small incertitude.A PCI bracket height is 120mm. Meaning the distance from top of the card to top of the bracket is:
- 2,88cm for the Gigabyte Xtreme Gaming
- 0,96cm for the EVGA Superclocked (+ cables)
- 2,33cm for the EVGA FTW (+ cables)
- 2,48cm for the Asus Strix
And I also measured maximum height in our Air 240 case, that is 3,0cm - 0,5cm of glass = 2,5cm
As the measurement for the strix was confirmed by Soprohero who made his 1080 strix fit in the case, I assume we can say with 99% certitude that the others are correct.
I am working on a full dimensions list for 1070/1080 cards and will post it as soon as it's finished, This way we may have a sort of bible for what GPUs really fit EDIT: Maybe Soprohero can measure the real distance on his Strix so we can compare with my estimation !
-Edited by A5T4R07H - 6/18/16 at 2:52am