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drop-in is handier
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Should I pick universal rad mount (240/280) for S3, or drop in style? I might do a push pull 45mm rad (with extended top).
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1563238/changing-from-eatx-to-mitx

Post your opinions please smile.gif

As for the S3, I chose universal drop in mount.
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Wait, what's the difference between 3.5 and 2.5?

Sorry dont mean to be mean but if you do not know the difference between 2.5 and 3.5 you do not need to be building a PC!!!! smile.gif
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Can any of you guys in the UK help me out?? I want to buy some items and only place i can find them is on amazon.co.uk and they dont ship to usa??? I want a box of wago 221-415 and 221-413?? I can buy then and have them shipped to you and use paypal to pay you for the shipping to the USA...
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Originally Posted by alltheGHz View Post

1. Wait, what's the difference between 3.5 and 2.5?

Sorry 2. dont mean to be mean but if you do not know the difference between 2.5 and 3.5 you do not need to be building a PC!!!! smile.gif

1. 2.5" and 3.5" The difference is 1" in width...

2. Don't be mean? And then you're mean??

He's just starting, give him a chance to learn, Please!
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Yeah, no need to be rough on the kid. My first custom PC I ever built I did so without mounting stand offs. Thankfully nothing fried, but with time comes knowledge and experience. No need to dissuade someone from the enthusiast realm. Lord knows there's too few of us as opposed to the masses who just want cheap, dime a dozen budget builds that barely play current games on medium settings.
post #13967 of 22267
Easy up guys, I take the comments as though the guy asking the questions should do some more research before jumping in and spending money on something he doesn't want.

But yeah, 2.5" is the standard size for SSDs, 3.5" is the standard size for HDDs, and 5" is the standard size for DVD drives, fan controllers, etc.

The back of the Merlin SM8 has mounts for 1 dual stacked 2.5" and two single 3"s. For example, for me to use four SSDs and a 6TB HDD I need an adapter to turn one of the 3.0" drive bays into a second dual 2.5"
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Can any of you guys in the UK help me out?? I want to buy some items and only place i can find them is on amazon.co.uk and they dont ship to usa??? I want a box of wago 221-415 and 221-413?? I can buy then and have them shipped to you and use paypal to pay you for the shipping to the USA...

order inside them from not amazon and get shipped to the usa? thumb.gif


I could make some comment that "Sorry dont mean to be mean but if" you dont know how to find a local vendor, you shouldnt get the connectors tongue.gif
Order them on ebay..
http://www.ebay.com/itm/WAGO-Klemmen-Verbindungsklemmen-mit-Hebel-221-413-221-415-NEU-/231599312095?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_77&var=&hash=item35ec650cdf
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1. 2.5" and 3.5" The difference is 1" in width...

2. Don't be mean? And then you're mean??

He's just starting, give him a chance to learn, Please!


Yeah i know i was out of line and I apologize!!!
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order inside them from not amazon and get shipped to the usa? thumb.gif


I could make some comment that "Sorry dont mean to be mean but if" you dont know how to find a local vendor, you shouldnt get the connectors tongue.gif
Order them on ebay..
http://www.ebay.com/itm/WAGO-Klemmen-Verbindungsklemmen-mit-Hebel-221-413-221-415-NEU-/231599312095?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_77&var=&hash=item35ec650cdf

Well no local vender because they are not approved to be sold in USA yet!! frown.gif . You can get the 222 series but not the 221 series.. And the listings on ebay i have placed orders with and has money refunded because rhey do not have stock of them!! I have contacted people i know in electrical supply houses and the ones that are international and have them can not sell to individual!! Trust me this is anlast ditch effort!! frown.giffrown.gif
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Yeah, no need to be rough on the kid. My first custom PC I ever built I did so without mounting stand offs. Thankfully nothing fried, but with time comes knowledge and experience.

Haha, my best buddy I used to go to school with did the same thing. His motherboard did fry though, but if
I remember right, he was able to RMA it. Fun times.whistle.gif
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