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post #3551 of 3785
I've been good this year biggrin.gif


Edited by Pupo - 12/28/13 at 5:07am
A05
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
3570k Msi z77 mpower msi gtx 660 G.Skill Ripjaws z 
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AData S510 seagate 2000gb Thermalright ultra 120 black linux mint 
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Dell u2414m Seasonic X-560 LianLi A05N 
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A05
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
3570k Msi z77 mpower msi gtx 660 G.Skill Ripjaws z 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
AData S510 seagate 2000gb Thermalright ultra 120 black linux mint 
MonitorPowerCase
Dell u2414m Seasonic X-560 LianLi A05N 
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post #3552 of 3785
I've been all over the place with choosing a case for my next build, but I settled on the A05! Can't wait to get started. I'm a little concerned about my nonmodular PSU. Not sure if I'll be able to fit everything behind the MB--it hardly fits in my full size mid tower.
post #3553 of 3785
I'd be surprised if you can fit any of the larger psu cables back there. I tuck my cables underneath the psu, to the side of the psu where possible as there's just not enough room behind the mobo tray.
post #3554 of 3785
Guess I'm buying another power supply. tongue.gif
post #3555 of 3785
How do all the models differ, besides the motherboard orientation? I just purchased mine, and it's an A05B.
post #3556 of 3785
Did just finish my new build in the A05FNB.
Very happy with the case, it is so small and light, much better than the Cooler Master Storm Trooper I had before tongue.gif
But daym it is hard to do good cable managment in this case and its really tight with a Matrix R9 280X and the AX760 PSU.
The PSU is actually touching the GPU and lifting it up cause the matrix is so heavy that it drops without no support.

Here are some pictures smile.gif

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Waiting for the acryl glass for my side panel, hope fully it will come today so will post more pictures then smile.gif
Edited by MortiTheJoker - 1/10/14 at 2:37am
post #3557 of 3785
You went the other way from me. I have A05N in my closetfrom when I moved to my storm Trooper. I went full water and the A05N wasn't cutting it for me anymore. I'll build something else in it in the future.
post #3558 of 3785
Moved from the storm trooper to the A05 cause I often travels to LAN and so, and the storm trooper was to big and heavy, the total weight was around 25kg with the storm trooper :3
post #3559 of 3785
I'm hoping my build turns out as good as it looks in my head. Planning on full water with 480 of raddage. Either a 240 on top and bottom, or a 240 on top and 120 on front/rear. D5 photon or EK D5 X-res on top of the PSU, as I hate bay res/pumps with a passion. Acrylic piping is a maybe.

I bought this case for LANning as well. Still can't get over how light it is.
Edited by Goof - 1/10/14 at 10:55pm
post #3560 of 3785
The weight is just awesome.
When i stripped it down for painting it clocked in at 1250g.
My whole build now is lighter than the storm trooper by itself tongue.gif
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