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I definitely prefer the minimalist approach to the S340 but I'm glad to see that this case will be well received by many other people. I love my NZXT case so it's nice to see other enjoy them as well. thumb.gif
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post #82 of 144
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I'm hoping that the channels in the top of the PSU shroud function as intended and properly feed air into the GPU.

I doubt it. The Enthoo had a shroud with holes for air intakes, but it still choked my card something awful. Drop me a PM if you get one and try it - I'm very interested in this one.
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post #83 of 144
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Nope. Couldn't fit a Silverstone TD02-Slim with the fans attached up top. Rad = 22mm + Fan = 15mm Total = 37mm and it was too tight at the top of the channel shroud by a couple of mm.

Thanks for your reply.

I guess I will be buying a slimmer rad for the roof -_-
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Actually it doesn't, but neither do Evolv ITX, 250D, Nano S, etc.

SFF are cases up to 20L. Technically you can call anything you like SFF, but the SFF club has decided on a limit of 20L, which I think is resonable. There are ITX and mATX cases out there that can do a lot with 20L.

20L is too cramped for matx. You really need it to be 30-35 liters depending on the internal layout if you want custom water cooling. I wish there actually were 20L MATX cases. There's like only 3 of them and 2 of them are several years old based on very old case design considerations.
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20L is too cramped for matx. You really need it to be 30-35 liters depending on the internal layout if you want custom water cooling. I wish there actually were 20L MATX cases. There's like only 3 of them and 2 of them are several years old based on very old case design considerations.

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post #86 of 144
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20L is too cramped for matx. You really need it to be 30-35 liters depending on the internal layout if you want custom water cooling. I wish there actually were 20L MATX cases. There's like only 3 of them and 2 of them are several years old based on very old case design considerations.

SFF cases aren't supposed to be spacious, and I never said all ITX and mATX cases had to be SFF.
I was merely correcting num1son on his use of "SFF".
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You really need it to be 30-35 liters depending on the internal layout if you want custom water cooling

False, go have a look at Project MATX, here and here. its a just under 20L mATX case that fits 3x 240mm radiators. Its not cheap, but its as good as it gets in terms of watercooled SFF cases.
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Nope. Couldn't fit a Silverstone TD02-Slim with the fans attached up top. Rad = 22mm + Fan = 15mm Total = 37mm and it was too tight at the top of the channel shroud by a couple of mm.

So I went back to TTL's video and he fit a Corsair H105 which is a 38 mill rad. So how the hell couldn't you fit your rad on the roof? lol

Maybe you measured your rad+fans wrong by a couple of mills but i clearly see TTL's rad fit thankfully. Weird how you can't fit your combo in the roof.

I am relieved I already have two EK Coolstream PE's (which are also 38 mill) being shipped to me so glad I can use both.
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how is this a MITX case?

that looks like an MATX case
 
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So I went back to TTL's video and he fit a Corsair H105 which is a 38 mill rad. So how the hell couldn't you fit your rad on the roof? lol

Maybe you measured your rad+fans wrong by a couple of mills but i clearly see TTL's rad fit thankfully. Weird how you can't fit your combo in the roof.

I am relieved I already have two EK Coolstream PE's (which are also 38 mill) being shipped to me so glad I can use both.

Well you've already got the rads on the way so you may as well try. I got the fan and rad specs from Silverstone's page and physically it just would not fit.

Best of luck to you getting them in there. Really curious to see how people are going to be watercooling this one.
 
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when is this case on general release .... i wanna know so i can order it the day it comes out .....
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