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post #1101 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-11-2014, 07:29 AM
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It is, as the name suggests,mostly a frame. It would be ideal for a small, not very powerful,mostly passive build (Wife puter) without spoiling cooling or eye candy of the case. Since the build itself in it is fairly cheap,the sticker shock of the case won't pinch as much,And to the wife the rig will be a jet plane in Chrome.

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post #1102 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-11-2014, 08:28 PM
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Got my i5-4690K and GTX 970 installed today along with 8 more GB of ram smile.gif

Zotac 970 fits in the Elite 110 with a little room to spare, even with the H60 thumb.gif

Terrible phone pics, but there's about 3/4 to 1" of room behind the card.

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post #1103 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-12-2014, 08:29 AM
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To be illegible, is it the inside volume or outside volume that counts? I'm building a custom case and I want to make sure I end up under 20 liters!


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post #1104 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-12-2014, 09:12 AM
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To be illegible, is it the inside volume or outside volume that counts? I'm building a custom case and I want to make sure I end up under 20 liters!

To be illegible, it must be difficult to read smile.gif

To be eligible, the case must have outer dimensions under 20 litres. I think we had a discussion on whether feet/handles count, and they did, but can't find the post now.


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post #1105 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-12-2014, 09:33 AM
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To be illegible, it must be difficult to read smile.gif

To be eligible, the case must have outer dimensions under 20 litres. I think we had a discussion on whether feet/handles count, and they did, but can't find the post now.

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Thanks for the correction, I'll know now haha tongue.gif I did write it with an e at first but it corrected it as that. Anyways, thanks for the info! I'll make sure it's under 20 liters when I plan it out smile.gif


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post #1106 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-13-2014, 11:58 AM
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It is, as the name suggests,mostly a frame. It would be ideal for a small, not very powerful,mostly passive build (Wife puter) without spoiling cooling or eye candy of the case. Since the build itself in it is fairly cheap,the sticker shock of the case won't pinch as much,And to the wife the rig will be a jet plane in Chrome.
Couldn't have sumed it up better thumb.gif
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post #1107 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-13-2014, 01:33 PM
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It is, as the name suggests,mostly a frame. It would be ideal for a small, not very powerful,mostly passive build (Wife puter) without spoiling cooling or eye candy of the case. Since the build itself in it is fairly cheap,the sticker shock of the case won't pinch as much,And to the wife the rig will be a jet plane in Chrome.

Yes, great summary.
Allanitomwesh you are pretty dang good. Excellent work in this thread man!


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Had my case apart to sell my card and got a 980 on the way. Snapped a couple pics, tight in there!




Whoops, needs a good dusting.
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Parents wanted something small, I think this is about as low as you can go - 2.3L without going thin-ITX or NUC size, the Morex 557. Shown next to a Lone Industries L1 which is twice the volume almost. Probably a Q1900DC Asrock mobo so no picopsu needed, 4GB SODIMM, mini-PCIE-M2 adapter for SSD, no added wires, cables, or fans only the included power button and front USB cables. Some sort of wifi adapter of course.




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Had my case apart to sell my card and got a 980 on the way. Snapped a couple pics, tight in there!




Whoops, needs a good dusting.

Wow nice and tight! biggrin.gif

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