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Thanks for helping me also, just looked at the thread for modifying fan.
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No prob glad to help biggrin.gif

Thank you biggrin.gif I'm guessing the Noctua is taller so this should be no prob for the Hyper 212.
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Originally Posted by kgtuning View Post

E-ATX like Asrock OC or ASUS formula V? 12" X 10.1"? I would say yes, heres a link to their site. http://www.nzxt.com/new/products/crafted_series/phantom_630

Yeah, E-ATX boards like the Asus Rampage 4 Extreme.

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Originally Posted by Draven73 View Post

well if it fits XL-ATX it should fit E-ATX as the XL is at least 1" longer.

XL is completely different. It's longer, whereas, E-ATX can be much wider.
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Yeah, E-ATX boards like the Asus Rampage 4 Extreme.
XL is completely different. It's longer, whereas, E-ATX can be much wider.

 

E-ATX are 12" x 10 or 12" x 10.1 or 12" x 10.39 or 12" x 10.5 or 12" x 10.6 or 12" x 10.7 these are all the E-ATX board sizes.

 

XL-ATX are 13.58" x 10.39  btw Newegg only has 2 XL-ATX boards listed.

 

So as I said before the XL-ATX boards are ROUGHLY an 1" longer. thumb.gif

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well if it fits XL-ATX it should fit E-ATX as the XL is at least 1" longer.

Are you sure about that, because I would consider this case for a new build if it will fit EATX
From what I can tell they are pretty different in size

E-ATX - 13 in x 12 in
XL-ATX - 10.3 in x 13.5 in
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Hey guys I just bought a Gigabyte radeon hd 7870 OC 2Gb card



I'm very happy with it smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Draven73 View Post

well if it fits XL-ATX it should fit E-ATX as the XL is at least 1" longer.

Are you sure about that, because I would consider this case for a new build if it will fit EATX
From what I can tell they are pretty different in size

E-ATX - 13 in x 12 in
XL-ATX - 10.3 in x 13.5 in

XLATX IS smaller than EATX, you are correct.
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Are you sure about that, because I would consider this case for a new build if it will fit EATX
From what I can tell they are pretty different in size

E-ATX - 13 in x 12 in
XL-ATX - 10.3 in x 13.5 in

 

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Originally Posted by XNine View Post


XLATX IS smaller than EATX, you are correct.

 

 

OK well I dont know what sites you guys are looking at but I got all those sizes off newegg, there were 16 E-ATX boards and only 2 XL-ATX boards. Seeing as the Phantom 630 is bigger than the one we are all using I'd say E-ATX will fit. There are 2 boards on newegg that are SSI EEB form factor dual cpu that are 12" x 13".

 

@Kgtuning can you please take my off the list of owners as I am sick and tired of coming in here and trying to help out others and having it thrown back in my face, I will no longer be coming back into this club and I am sad to say I am almost contemplating selling my case for something else, this is the very reason why no one ever sees me trying to offer help, some people are either too lazy or too stupid to try and figure out this for them selves. Thank you for allowing me to be apart of this club but I am sad to say enough is enough and farewell.

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XLATX IS smaller than EATX, you are correct.

It's not a matter of EATX or XLATX being larger or smaller than the other. XLATX is generally longer than ATX while EATX is slightly longer (though usually shorter than XLATX) and wider. Now these are general statements and there are many exceptions.

What you need to be concerned about mostly is whether the case will support the PCIe slots (you will need more cutouts for an XLATX to utilize all the slots) and whether the case has the correct mounting holes. These are things easily figured out from the manufacturers specifications...
 
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I figured some one would have had this E-ATX thing figured out already biggrin.gif


It actually looks iffy, and depends on exactly which E-ATX board you choose.

In the gallery on the NZXT site, the one is shown with a Gigabyte, G1 Sniper 3, which specs at 12 X 10.39, while the Asus RIVE specs at 12 X 10.7, just over a quarter inch wider, which from looking at this review video, could be an issue, where the Gigabyte board fits:

Check at 6:28 and notice that the area for the mobo is not flat with the area where the grommets are, it sits somewhat set in from the surface where the grommets are.

http://www.3dgameman.com/reviews/1410/nzxt-phantom-630-case-video-review

If you watch up to 7:30, you can see a good shot of the mobo standoff and where it sits relative to the rubber grommets.


The pics in this review:

http://pro-clockers.com/cases/2677-nzxt-phantom-630-modular-ultra-case.html?start=3

show more clearly how the recess for the mobo tray area ramps out at the bottom and forward edge.


It looks like it would be impossible to categorically say that it will or will not accept an E-ATX mobo, since not all E-ATX boards are the full width of the specification.

It obviously accpets the 10.39" wide Sniper 3, but only a trial would tell if the wider 10.7" RIVE would fit for sure.


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