NCASE M1 V6 info

LimitRTX

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Is is possible to for a revision of the Ncase to fit a 3090 Founders Edition like in these photos Or would it require to many major alterations to the design of the Ncase for it to be practical?
 
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Maybe question was already asked, sorry then.

It says V6 has M4 holes for window mounting. So can I make a window by myself, just making 4 holes in it and screw it with M4 screws onto the M1?
Are there any 3D files or specifications for the window size and hole positions available?
 

Necere

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Is is possible to for a revision of the Ncase to fit a 3090 Founders Edition like in these photos Or would it require to many major alterations to the design of the Ncase for it to be practical?
I don't know if I'd call that fitting. The card looks to be at a significant angle to clear the front of the chassis. There's really no more room to trim away the chassis without compromising the structural strength, either. Plus it doesn't look like you can get the front I/O bracket in.
 

Fhiko

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hi,

anyone here from belgium?
i want to order a case and diliver to belgium. What will be the extra cost for tax and import fee in belgium?
 

Revenant

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Anyone who thinks you can't have powerful, quiet and small needs to watch this.

I actually just finished ordering an NCASE V6.1. I was going to order the panels and front IO to upgrade my V5, but at the end of the day, it just made more sense to get the newer one. I love the NCASE M1. Fantastic case. The only reason I switched out of it was the cooling issue with the 8086K/2080 FE I had. New Ryzens remedy this issue. I've had a V2, V5, and soon a V6. I was planning to do my next main system build in a MI-6, but with the lack of ITX GPUs for the foreseeable future, I think I'll end up back in the NCASE M1.
 

Frenzy

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hi,

anyone here from belgium?
i want to order a case and diliver to belgium. What will be the extra cost for tax and import fee in belgium?
Hoi,

I was living in Belgium (Antwerp) last year when i had my DAN A4 delivered (also have a Ncase M1 when living in China). For import duties i had to pay quite a bit, the HS code and value are basically same (DAN vs Ncase).
I tried to find the exact cost but failed to find it.
I recall roughly:
30 euro for the import/custom handling/declaration
40 euro tax
40 import duty

It was around ~100 euro just over it. I thought i mistake was made before, but checked and had to pay it.
(another shipment of demiflex filters they made an error with shipment value and overcharged me and got that back)

edit:
Might add yes its a bit much. Backer of original Ncase M1 on Indiegogo in .. 2013 ?!, and case still holds up today, so just swallow the extra costs, the case it well worth it and will last you years if not decades. I'm considering to buy another Ncase M1 actually.
 
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Dustbunnyck

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So I bought the pioneer BDR-XS07UHD it is an external slot loading uhd capable blu ray drive and took it apart to see if maybe I could convert it to an internal one for use in the M1. Alas where the mini sata connector would reside is the power and USB c port instead. It could be mounted on the chassis if you remove the drive from its coverings but you'd then have to solve running a USB c cord and external power through. I'm sure I'm the only person who cares about optical drives but it is interesting either way
 

Dustbunnyck

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So I bought the pioneer BDR-XS07UHD it is an external slot loading uhd capable blu ray drive and took it apart to see if maybe I could convert it to an internal one for use in the M1. Alas where the mini sata connector would reside is the power and USB c port instead. It could be mounted on the chassis if you remove the drive from its coverings but you'd then have to solve running a USB c cord and external power through. I'm sure I'm the only person who cares about optical drives but it is interesting either way
I have to make an update to this. So the DC in port on it is only necessary if a PC can't send out enough power then you need to supply power in(they don't give this in the box). I have the Z390 Phantom gaming ITX which has a thunderbolt port built in I would assume it can handle this. It may look weird but I may try to mount the drive internally then run the USB C cable out through the back water cooling port and to the motherboard IO.
 

Aluminyum

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It may look weird but I may try to mount the drive internally then run the USB C cable out through the back water cooling port and to the motherboard IO.
If you have a vacant USB header, you also could try to use something like this.
 
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Dustbunnyck

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If you have a vacant USB header, you also could try to use something like this.
Thanks I may try it. I need to see if that internal header has enough power to run the drive without needing extra power. Apparently uhd blu ray needs some much higher minimum specs to run vs any other type of drive. Maybe that's why sata can't be used
 

william_www

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In the front its only possible to put 1/2 ssds, and on the side its or 2 hdd's or 3 ssds
I see thanks.
I have one more question. I see many build they include 2 noctua fans 12x25. Are they using for replacing the fan on AIO cooler?

Does my build fit the case?
CPU: AMD 5800x
GPU: ASUS TUF RTX3080 oc
Motherboard: ASUS ROG STRIX B550-I GAMING Mini-ITX
RAM: Corsair VENGEANCE® LPX 32GB (16GB X 2) DDR4 3600 MHZ C18
SSD: Samsung 970 EVO Plus Series 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4
Powersupply: Corsair SF Series™ SF750 — 750W 80 PLUS® Platinum SFX
Cooler: NZXT Kraken X53 240mm CPU Liquid Cooler
Fan: Noctua NF-A12x25 FLX Premium Quality Quiet 120mm Fan x2
 

Revenant

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I see thanks.
I have one more question. I see many build they include 2 noctua fans 12x25. Are they using for replacing the fan on AIO cooler?

Does my build fit the case?
CPU: AMD 5800x
GPU: ASUS TUF RTX3080 oc
Motherboard: ASUS ROG STRIX B550-I GAMING Mini-ITX
RAM: Corsair VENGEANCE® LPX 32GB (16GB X 2) DDR4 3600 MHZ C18
SSD: Samsung 970 EVO Plus Series 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4
Powersupply: Corsair SF Series™ SF750 — 750W 80 PLUS® Platinum SFX
Cooler: NZXT Kraken X53 240mm CPU Liquid Cooler
Fan: Noctua NF-A12x25 FLX Premium Quality Quiet 120mm Fan x2
Some might be. I used them as bottom intakes. I then just switch to 120x25s.
 

Plaklijm

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I see thanks.
I have one more question. I see many build they include 2 noctua fans 12x25. Are they using for replacing the fan on AIO cooler?

Does my build fit the case?
CPU: AMD 5800x
GPU: ASUS TUF RTX3080 oc
Motherboard: ASUS ROG STRIX B550-I GAMING Mini-ITX
RAM: Corsair VENGEANCE® LPX 32GB (16GB X 2) DDR4 3600 MHZ C18
SSD: Samsung 970 EVO Plus Series 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4
Powersupply: Corsair SF Series™ SF750 — 750W 80 PLUS® Platinum SFX
Cooler: NZXT Kraken X53 240mm CPU Liquid Cooler
Fan: Noctua NF-A12x25 FLX Premium Quality Quiet 120mm Fan x2
i have those fans because I wanted a quiter system and I just like the look of the noctua's. The fans that came with the AIO are decent, but i just wanted the noctua's for show and just because they are better fans. also going to buy 2 more for intake when I buy the 3080 FE

Also looking at your component list it will surely fit. Just watch out for installing your AIO, make sure the tubing coming out of the rad is in the front of the case, and not at the rear. This way your tubing wont bent and cause a problem. Also be a bit carefull when installing the 3080. Its a thickboi so installing it isnt just sliding it in and done, but it will be a bit of a chalange to fit. but nothing major. but other than that everything will fit nicely!
 

william_www

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i have those fans because I wanted a quiter system and I just like the look of the noctua's. The fans that came with the AIO are decent, but i just wanted the noctua's for show and just because they are better fans. also going to buy 2 more for intake when I buy the 3080 FE

Also looking at your component list it will surely fit. Just watch out for installing your AIO, make sure the tubing coming out of the rad is in the front of the case, and not at the rear. This way your tubing wont bent and cause a problem. Also be a bit carefull when installing the 3080. Its a thickboi so installing it isnt just sliding it in and done, but it will be a bit of a chalange to fit. but nothing major. but other than that everything will fit nicely!
Cool, thanks man. But now I have one more doubt. I am wondering whether 750W can support 5900X and RTX3080. I see lots of build out there using 750W for RTX3090 and 3950X tho. I will still give a try.
 

Plaklijm

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Cool, thanks man. But now I have one more doubt. I am wondering whether 750W can support 5900X and RTX3080. I see lots of build out there using 750W for RTX3090 and 3950X tho. I will still give a try.
Its possible, but I would highly recomend undervolting your GPU tho. And maybe even your CPU. No loss in performance but a bit more headroom for your PSU to work with is always nice to have
 

wss

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Hi @Necere, do you have an expectation of when the M1 V6 Front I/O Kit will be available for ordering? Thanks.