Production FormD T1 Classic (READ FIRST POST)

Increase volume from 9.8L to 10.5L to support MSI Suprim X 30XX?

  • Yes, worth the trade off to be more compatible with components

    Votes: 39 16.5%
  • No, not worth it b/c it is not better than the ROG 30XX, which fits now at <10L

    Votes: 198 83.5%

  • Total voters
    237

Navic

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Question for everyone
I bought a v1.1 T1 July 24 batch, when I was installing my (very tall) GPU, I noticed my main strut did not have the recess like some other photos I saw. This causes my pcie plugs to hit the main strut and prevent the GPU from sitting flat against the PSU. I believe this gpu is within spec (136mm tall)

Mine:

PCIE plugged in, causing GPU to lift up:

With recess:
I replied to you on reddit, but I'll copy my response here for everyone that doesn't check reddit:

That seems like an early batch, so it could be that this was added to the design later, but I can't be sure. I don't think my V1.0 had this.
Looking at the build guides, the flickr one was the first one to come out (August 2) which would indicate that this was the same batch you got yours from, so it would be the same design. Looking at one of the more recent ones (performance computer, nov 22) it looks like it has this cutout. So I do think this was a slight design change that was made sometime between your batch and the more recent batches.
 

Wahaha360

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Question for everyone
I bought a v1.1 T1 July 24 batch, when I was installing my (very tall) GPU, I noticed my main strut did not have the recess like some other photos I saw. This causes my pcie plugs to hit the main strut and prevent the GPU from sitting flat against the PSU. I believe this gpu is within spec (136mm tall)

Mine:

PCIE plugged in, causing GPU to lift up:

With recess:

What GPU are you using?
 
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Asking for a friend: Are there any suggested ways to fix/hide a thin scratch on the front plate (black finish)?
 

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Nothing is final until it’s final. So here are some updates to give you guys idea what’s on the list for V1.2:

- 1mm depth increase, 133x217x331mm
- one piece Front Frame for better color control and match with Top/Bottom Panels
- recessed Front Frame canvas for two-tone and other creative possibilities
- 1.25, 1.5, 1.75, 2, 2.25, 2.5, 2.75 and 3 GPU Slot space allocation on *single Rear IO Plate for finessed GPU space optimization on less parts
- dual 240 radiator / AIO cooler support on 1.25 GPU Slot with *single slot WC GPU.
- vertical stand upgrade kit for less desktop foot print
- recess cutouts for magnets, for holding Mesh Side Panel or Tempered Glass Side Panel in place during disassembly
- support for 320mm long GPU like ROG Nvidia 30XX and AMD 6XXX (MSI Gaming X Trio and Suprim X not supported, 5mm too long)
 
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thelaughingman

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@Wahaha360 proper dual 240 radiator support is a really great feature! though just a couple of questions with the new layout for the 2nd radiator on the MB side in 1.25 slot mode
  • what is the clearance for CPU block + fitting? my napkin math says 50-51mm?
  • for the GPU block, terminal rotary fitting is a must now right? with just 25mm in width (1.25x20mm) there's no way to have any fitting coming out of the standard terminal
keep up the great work! 👍
 

Wahaha360

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@Wahaha360 proper dual 240 radiator support is a really great feature! though just a couple of questions with the new layout for the 2nd radiator on the MB side in 1.25 slot mode
  • what is the clearance for CPU block + fitting? my napkin math says 50-51mm?
  • for the GPU block, terminal rotary fitting is a must now right? with just 25mm in width (1.25x20mm) there's no way to have any fitting coming out of the standard terminal
keep up the great work! 👍

The clearance for CPU + Block is almost 49mm. If the Side Rad / AIO Fan Bracket can allow movement towards and away from the Top/Bottom Panel, we can make clearance for taller fittings.

Yes, terminal rotary fitting for the GPU is a must for dual 240 setup.