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Well, I am not giving up. I am looking into Bay PSU's right now, I might end up mounting it externally! I am not the type of person who gives up
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post #12 of 73
the card won't fit in that case, and that psu will not power that card and fry your computer possibly.

you need to rethink your case and your PSU.
I recommend a powerful seasonic of atleast 750Watt, and a nice midsize, good air flow, portable case.
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post #13 of 73
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Guys, I hope we all agree that the 480 is the same length as the 580, right?
If no, then please go google right now!
If yes, then look here:
http://www.techreaction.net/2010/09/...-and-gigabyte/
Now we should agree that with a small cut in the case the card WILL fit.

Good, the next problem is power, but I think I will stop here.

Is anyone still against me about wether it will fit or not?
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post #14 of 73
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Originally Posted by Crucial09 View Post
the card won't fit in that case, and that psu will not power that card and fry your computer possibly.

you need to rethink your case and your PSU.
I recommend a powerful seasonic of atleast 750Watt, and a nice midsize, good air flow, portable case.
Agreed, even if you do fit the 580 in, your going to suffocate. You also need a new PSU, unless of course you want to fry your 580 and everything else to.
    
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Good, now we agree about the size we can move on, why do you think it will suffocate?
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post #16 of 73
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Good, now we agree about the size we can move on, why do you think it will suffocate?
well, it won't have good airflow.

that is not the important issue if you get it to fit anyways.

The big deal is that psu. it will kill your computer if you power it with that.
read my previous post.
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post #17 of 73
Yea, the power is not enough. Maybe you can try some sort of custom solution, like mod the inside of it to fit at least a 600w PSU.
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post #18 of 73
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I am going back to thinking again, my main target will be a bay psu and mount it inside.. if it wont fit I will mount it on the back. This is not stopping me, at all.
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post #19 of 73
Thats a pretty solid build as a matter of fact but if you want power you go for a 970, 980x, or the recently out 990x.
post #20 of 73
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2600K is more than enough for that tiny box, imo. Thanks for the input though.
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