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post #11 of 3901 (permalink) Old 12-08-2014, 02:06 PM
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Glad for the break-up.

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The good air coolers that would fit
What GPU length is allowed w/ h100i in push or pull
What GPU length is allowed w/ h100i in push/pull
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post #12 of 3901 (permalink) Old 12-08-2014, 03:24 PM - Thread Starter
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Glad for the break-up.

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No problem I can add that to the first post. I also have a Google spreadsheet in the first post for owners to fill out with their components.
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Has anyone tested, or can someone test to see if the temps change when the case mounts horizontally and vertically.

All of this is to help in the betterment of the club.
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Glad to see that 240 owners will now have their on thread thumb.gif

I'm not a 240 owner, but I'll be checking in from time to time to check out some epic builds in this thread biggrin.gif And of course, to make sure that you guys get the support from Corsair smile.gif
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Love the case. I'd love to try it out of my mobo wasnt ATX frown.gif



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Subd!

Holding off in purchasing the 240 coz i might be getting one as a gift this Christmas. *fingers crossed:D
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Holding off in purchasing the 240 coz i might be getting one as a gift this Christmas. *fingers crossed:D

Just get it!!
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ya, putting an R9 inside an HTPC is a slight overkill



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ya, putting an R9 inside an HTPC is a slight overkill



Looks very nice and in no way is that overkill. I've got a MSI 970 with an i7 4790k for a Gaming HTPC. I'll be posting my build later tonight with the NZXT G10 in this case.

Guys, don't forget to fill out the Google Docs spreadsheet that I have in the first post as this is another good way for people to also see what kind of components are in your system. Thanks thumb.gif
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Looks very nice and in no way is that overkill. I've got a MSI 970 with an i7 4790k for a Gaming HTPC. I'll be posting my build later tonight with the NZXT G10 in this case.

Guys, don't forget to fill out the Google Docs spreadsheet that I have in the first post as this is another good way for people to also see what kind of components are in your system. Thanks thumb.gif

that I would like to see smile.gif

sorry, forgot to post the specs:

Core i5 3570k
Gigabyte B75M-D3H
Corsair Vengeance Blue 8gb
Corsair TX650
Antec Kuhler H2O 620 cooler (in the pic) has been replaced with a Corsair H80i
Club 3D Radeon R9 270 Royalqueen
Adata XPG SX900 256gb ssd for OS & other softwares
3x WD Green 3tb hdd for storage

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