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post #731 of 789
Hi, everyone!

I was looking for a new smaller case and found your club. Your builds are really inspiring! Now I'm thinking to get Metis (or maybe Styx) but discovered that where I live, I can only get a colored version. Colors are nice, but will not fit with the room and peripherals.

So I want to ask you, does it possible to remove paint from this case?

Sorry if this was discussed before, but I failed to find information about this
post #732 of 789
You can disassemble the case and find someone to do a plastic dip.. i dont know how its pronounced in English, it cost me here in Serbia 20euros to do a black case to white.
post #733 of 789
Hi folks,

this is my first post here.

I just ordered a Metis Plus which should arrive tomorrow.

My planned hardware is as follows:

I5 8600k
Asus Z370 Strix Itx
16gb ddr4 3200 gskill cl16
GTX 1060 or 1070
Corsair SF450

Cooling:
Well... i read every single post in this thread but i'm still not shure what world be best.

As top fan i would use a Noctua NF-F12.


But what is the best option for the CPU?

Speaking of Noctua the D14 and D15 seem to be very difficult to install.
The D12s doesn't have many ressources for overclocking but is an excellent single Tower cooler an much easier to install - but i'd like to go for 4.5ghz allcore... so...

The Be Quiet! silent loop 120 seems to be a good aio but there are reports that the pump starts making noises after a few month of use.
And the corsair H80i hast issues with the Corsair link cable....

Any opinions?
Cheers
Edited by Cronos83 - 10/10/17 at 1:00pm
post #734 of 789
The D14 fits if you use a square 120 in lieue of the round 140
The D15 fits snugly, but it fits.
As for overclocking, 4.5 doesn't seem too much of a push over stock.
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i5-7600k MSI Z170i Gaming Pro AC Evga GTX 970 Corsair Vengeance LPX 
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HTS721010A9E630 Corsair Force LE THNSN5128GPU7 TO Phanteks TC12LS 
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Corsair SF600 Raijintek Metis 
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
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Corsair SF600 Raijintek Metis 
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post #735 of 789
Hi! Trying to install my asus motherboard (rog ztrix z370i) and I noticed that the plastic back panel can only go with the letters upside down, like in the post 18. I find it weird, is it ok?
post #736 of 789
Would you be able to fit at 160cm psu in there? And if, what would the GPU length be?
post #737 of 789
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Originally Posted by Agalpaf View Post

The D15 lives !




How did you pull that off? can you close the sidepanel? I guess my NH-D14 + metis has been beaten thumb.gif
post #738 of 789
The cooler in itself is only 160mm, so it fits, the annoying thing is the fan, but when lowered to the max it fits. I upgraded to 3x NF-A14 for fun and it fits too, albeit very tightly.
Side panel closes, I even got a window cut from acrylic to show off.
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
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Corsair SF600 Raijintek Metis 
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
HTS721010A9E630 Corsair Force LE THNSN5128GPU7 TO Phanteks TC12LS 
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Corsair SF600 Raijintek Metis 
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post #740 of 789
Hi everybody! Finally made it!!!! So, my system is:

i7 8700k
Asus rog strix z370i
2x8 G.skill 3000Mhz latency 15
Samsung 960 evo 500GB
Corsair SF 600
EVGA 1060 Gaming 6GB
Pure rock slim Cooler

I luck experience so it was very time consuming! Parts worth mentioning during the build: 1) It is absolutely necessary to disassembly it apart from the side panels at least the bottom part of the case, otherwise you must be a magician in order to plug in the cables. 2) EVGA is 172mm so I was able to fit it in very easy without having to remove the top case for the HDD, but now having the gpu and a fan there is no way a 3.5HDD would fit 3) I used the back panel fan as intake and the upper fan as exhaust 4) Win 10 installation on M.2 was very easy, I didnt change anything on bios, just booted from usb and clicking next next next! 5) I dont know yet about temps, we ll see!
Edited by Metisgr - 10/17/17 at 10:25pm
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