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hmm tempted i'm looking for a high capacity 2.5" drive. currently i only get 7200rpm ones as my storage drives

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What do you mean? Most itx cases these days support dtx. Or do you mean 3 expansion slots?
Ok, find me a DTX motherboard. That's the problem, not the cases.

Why do we mount round fans on square radiators?


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What do you mean? Most itx cases these days support dtx. Or do you mean 3 expansion slots?
Ok, find me a DTX motherboard. That's the problem, not the cases.

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It has mDTX dimensions. Just newegg classified it as mATX.

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While I hadn't seen that one, it's a far cry from the dual x16 and z77 boards we need.

Why do we mount round fans on square radiators?


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Is it OK to stick SSDs on a PSU by Velcro, or will they cook when the PSU is under load? :P


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I did for awhile, I could not tell if it did, I would say it increased the ssd temp around 4c having it attached to the psu.
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