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post #1941 of 2861 (permalink) Old 09-29-2015, 09:50 PM
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Not so sure about that. There are loads of slim coolers that stay exactly within specification, the ITX30 and CNPS2X in particular come to mind.
Also the NH-L9i can handle a 95w i5 2500k thats been overclock with ease. Theyre heavy little suckers for their hieght which is 37mm with fan.
Also used it on my 3570k bit warmer but still usable.


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post #1942 of 2861 (permalink) Old 09-30-2015, 08:29 AM
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Also the NH-L9i can handle a 95w i5 2500k thats been overclock with ease. Theyre heavy little suckers for their hieght which is 37mm with fan.
Also used it on my 3570k bit warmer but still usable.

Yeah that's true, it is a really capable cooler. So heavy though, nearly half a kilo :/ The CNPS2X is just 86g.
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Hey guys, does anyone know which is the smallest ITX case that meets these criteria, I'm having (really) hard time finding one:

- Asrock X99E-ITX m/b,
- 170mm Cooler Master V700 ATX PSU,
- NZXT Kraken X31 AIO water cooling,
- 1x 3.5" HDD,
- 1x 2.5" HDD,
- Reference Radeon 290X,
- at least one exhaust fan spot,
- dust filters (optional).

I got all components except the case, I'm going nuts over this. Any info is appreciated. Thanks.
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Hey guys, does anyone know which is the smallest ITX case that meets these criteria, I'm having (really) hard time finding one:

- Asrock X99E-ITX m/b,
- 170mm Cooler Master V700 ATX PSU,
- NZXT Kraken X31 AIO water cooling,
- 1x 3.5" HDD,
- 1x 2.5" HDD,
- Reference Radeon 290X,
- at least one exhaust fan spot,
- dust filters (optional).

I got all components except the case, I'm going nuts over this. Any info is appreciated. Thanks.

Fractal Design Node 304, Cooler Master Elite 120/130, COUGAR QBX to start.
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All of those are way too big (the Silverstone SG10 I'm using atm is barely bigger than those), but still, long GPUs won't fit in Node 304 with long PSU installed if I recall, and Cougar QBX has the maximum PSU depth of 140mm (fail).
Silverstone SG13 (11.5L) is just 2cm short for all the above criteria. Is there nothing similar to that?
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Ah, I forgot about the PSU limitations on the Node. Not sure exactly what you're expecting to find with a PSU/GPU that size. The only other case I can think of is the Fractal Design Core 500 that fits your hardware requirements.
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I considered getting Core 500 as well, great case I must say, but I thought about all of this today and I think I'll go with SG13 and make a custom 3.5" bracket. In case that fails, I'll dump the 3.5" HDD and get a (expensive) 4TB 2.5" drive and velcro tape it on the bottom of the bracket. smile.gif
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I considered getting Core 500 as well, great case I must say, but I thought about all of this today and I think I'll go with SG13 and make a custom 3.5" bracket. In case that fails, I'll dump the 3.5" HDD and get a (expensive) 4TB 2.5" drive and velcro tape it on the bottom of the bracket. smile.gif

Cool, hope everything works out and have fun on the build!
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I see you have no members with a V4. So here:



https://www.overclock.net/g/a/1430743/rig/

Basic setup really, APU build without GPU (maybe when someone has a fire sale...), expansion card being a salvaged Audigy 2 from an old Dell.

Amusingly, although Jonsbo recommended a max HSF size of 120mm, I was able to fit all 143mm worth of Gammax 300 due to investing in an SFF PSU and changing the direction of its fan. The fan is now like a milimeter away from touching the RAM on the first RAM slot.

I hope this doesn't cause any damage in the long run. :>_>'
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