Update: everything should fit now
Please check my DM for you, I'm from Indonesia.. so I dont have QQ account, also i'm asking my friend to buy this case.. :'(
Most 120mm AIO's like the Corsair H60 will fit under the right circumstances. I covered my experience when I "reviewed" the case. For most people, there should be little to no problems.Hello, i plan to eventually make a build in the FormD-T1 but i had a couple questions hoping you more seasoned enthusiast would have answers for.
-How picky is the sidearm with 120 aio's, what are known ones that work and known ones to keep away from
-Whats the deal with the magnets for the side panels? do we need to buy them separately with a hopefully attached site or whatever it may be or is it for convenience and not necessary
-With a motherboard like the Asus ROG Strix X570 -i with a beefy x570 chip set heat sink (i think?), could it fit the Eisber LT pump block? or would the fittings clash?
-is it possible to do PCI -e Bifurcation with a two slot graphics card so i could maybe even fit a capture card to?, also i saw a cable for almost 100$, is there something cheaper that still doesn't impact performance in any noticeable way?
P.S. i may have more questions later
So the earliest we will be able to order is with V1.1 end of June? If everything works out as planned..
How are the specs of this block/pump combo relative to the LT240? Rather, can it (on paper) support a GPU that's simply routed in as the LT240 can?
Do you know if that AIO can be expanded using normal 1/4 fittings to add a GPU into the loop later on like the LT240 can?
EK-AIO has a better pump in theory, and better RGB.
However, it is not modular (taken apart) unlike Alpahcool LT240, and it uses an aluminum radiator.
So I suspect it should perform worse, but prob within 1-2C, so it's insignificant.