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09-14-2019 08:50 AM
Bart That guy is a mad genius! He does such amazing work. BIG fan of his, and I'm shocked he doesn't have more subs.
09-13-2019 09:10 PM
J7SC Being a happy Core P5 owner (see sig rig), I thought I'd post this latest vid by Declassified Systems, which/who has done various Core P5 and other TT Core cases that are highly unique...

08-22-2019 02:58 PM
Droogie It's probably in the thread somewhere, but it's a large thread.

Is it only possible to run one pcie extension? I need a case like this, because I have a 1080ti with an accelero xtreme iv cooler on it. The thing takes up 4 slots. I'd rather have it up off the board away from everything else for clearance. However, I also like using a sound card. Just wondering if it allows for more than one pcie device or not, or, if there are other large cases with the gpu separate from the motherboard.
08-19-2019 07:56 PM
GraphicsWhore
Quote: Originally Posted by BabylonDown View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by GraphicsWhore View Post
Still not really sure if I understand but no no PCI-E is blocked. You're using a riser cable.
If I install a GPU into the first slot highlighted in red, will it interfere with the motherboard?

Ok I got you. Yeah that’s pretty close so i guess it depends on dimensions. Probably need to make it the second slot.
08-19-2019 07:54 PM
J7SC
Quote: Originally Posted by BabylonDown View Post
If I install a GPU into the first slot highlighted in red, will it interfere with the motherboard?


...depends on your overall GPU / model & width, but I would guess 'yes'...
08-19-2019 07:49 PM
BabylonDown
Quote: Originally Posted by GraphicsWhore View Post
Still not really sure if I understand but no no PCI-E is blocked. You're using a riser cable.
If I install a GPU into the first slot highlighted in red, will it interfere with the motherboard?

08-16-2019 08:53 PM
GraphicsWhore
Quote: Originally Posted by BabylonDown View Post
I mean when the GPU's are vertically mounted. The PCI slot closest to the motherboard.
Still not really sure if I understand but no no PCI-E is blocked. You're using a riser cable.
08-08-2019 07:18 PM
BabylonDown
Quote: Originally Posted by J7SC View Post
^^ yeah, wondering about the same thing. Per pics in my post above, PCI-E slot 1 works fine, with one of two GPUs in it.
I mean when the GPU's are vertically mounted. The PCI slot closest to the motherboard.
08-08-2019 05:40 PM
J7SC
Quote: Originally Posted by BabylonDown View Post
Guys, quick question.

Is the first PCI-E slot blocked by the motherboard? Is it usable?

Quote: Originally Posted by GraphicsWhore View Post
Contact Thermaltake via their website. I sent them a note when I wanted a replacement window and they gave me all the details and sent me one.


Not sure what you mean.

^^ yeah, wondering about the same thing. Per pics in my post above, PCI-E slot 1 works fine, with one of two GPUs in it.
08-08-2019 05:26 PM
GraphicsWhore
Quote: Originally Posted by jhndeere View Post
Does anyone know where to buy the metal brackets for mounting card verticle? I have used the 2 it came with, but have one more card to mount.
Contact Thermaltake via their website. I sent them a note when I wanted a replacement window and they gave me all the details and sent me one.


Quote: Originally Posted by BabylonDown View Post
Guys, quick question.

Is the first PCI-E slot blocked by the motherboard? Is it usable?
Not sure what you mean.
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