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Also, I am looking for advice on custom cabling. I am planning on ordering all white modmesh cabling through cablemod.com. I need to know what length I need for this case. Anyone know what theirs is?
post #3142 of 3774
anyone know where I can get some replacement rubber feet? Two of them somehow just seem to disappeared..
post #3143 of 3774
Corsair.com should have some replacements for sale.
post #3144 of 3774
I am using 30cm for the GPU. (RX 470, power connector is on the side)
And I am using 25cm for the MoBo.

I could have spared 1 or 2cm, but why make it too tight. smile.gif
    
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What about your 24pin power?
post #3146 of 3774
Quote:
Originally Posted by nmgittafimg View Post

What about your 24pin power?

That is what I meant by 25cm for MoBo. ^_^ But that's the length of the cables, without connectors.
For the cpu I use a cable that I got with the PSU. It's completely black and it can not be seen coz of AIR cpu cooler, so no need for me to custom do that one.
    
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post #3147 of 3774
I think I won't get anything under 35cm just because it won't make that big of a difference.
post #3148 of 3774
hello
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Originally Posted by SSWolf1993 View Post

Hi,

I went with sapphire nitro+ rx 470 and these are it's dimensions: 240 X 120 X 42mm




As I could measure, there is about 8mm left till the window. So by sapphire standards the maximum gpu hight is around 128mm, maybe 130mm TOP.

i have gpu like this, xfx 480


is it available to plug pcie from front ?
(i know 470 pcie from side)

thankyou
Edited by Jakosindo5 - 10/3/16 at 1:35am
post #3149 of 3774
Just a heads up for those with a 10 series EVGA GPU: http://www.evga.com/articles/01058/evga-powerlink-promotion/
post #3150 of 3774
Hi, I have a question about the Corsair H75, if I wanted to do GPU cooling with it. How would I get the cooling unit from the second chamber to main one.
Is it through one of the grommet?
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