King of Cable Management
- Dec 3, 2016
There is no revision planned as far as i know. There isnt anything major to improve to make a new revision. Maybe in the future but for the comming time it wont be refreshed. The case is at a point were another revision wouldn't make many sense.Any news regarding potential revisions? Nervous about upgrading from V5 to V6.1.
I have one in the back as exhaust. (its the slim one) Its nothing major, but i bought one just because i wanted that little bit more airflow in my caseIs it recommended to put an Noctua A9 fan at the back of the case? How much does it helps on lower the temperature?
1: https://smallformfactor.net/forum/threads/ncase-m1-v6-gpu-compatibility-list.11305/ This is the official forum about this.Does anyone know if there's any list over GPU's from RTX 3080's or RX 6800 XT's that fits in the Ncase M1 V6.1? I'm interested in purchasing one directly on release and I need to know beforehand which one actually fits.
The Impact indeed extends further down compared to the Strix, but I can’t see this having any measurable thermal impact. I’m using the Impact actually and don’t find this to be a problem.I don't remember where I saw this but it was recommended to run a X570 strix over a X570 crosshair impact since the impact extends further down and blocks some of the vent holes on the V6.1 for the GPU causing it to run a bit warmer. I've been trying to find where I saw this but don't remember where. Does anyone know if this is this true? Trying to decide which motherboard to go for since the x570i strix doesn't have front USB C header
I don't know if you're talking about the internals, but the v6 allows for you to remove the front I/O (USB ports and 3.5mm port). @17 seconds he has the front I/O installed. At 1:50 he has the front I/O removed.Can anyone confirm if the distance between the front panel and the I/O panel was reduced for v6?
For instance if you look at this video at the 0:17 mark, you can see the space
However at the 1:50 mark with the v6, it looks like the space has been completely removed. It could be the angle, but I want to be sure.
I don't know if you're talking about the internals, but the v6 allows for you to remove the front I/O (USB ports and 3.5mm port). @17 seconds he has the front I/O installed. At 1:50 he has the front I/O removed.
Description***This part is already included with M1 V6 and later***Replacement front I/O plates for the M1 V6 and later front I/O module.Requires V6 front I/O bracket. These plates by themselves are not compatible with the M1 V5 and earlier front I/O bracket.ncases.com
The cables in the sf750 are too long, you either have to make or buy custom cables if you want easy cable management.I just finished my Ncase build. But my cable management is a disaster.... Any recommendation help me better manage the cable? Cheers
My build is SF750, Nxzt x53, 5900X, Asus Tuf 3080
Do you think the v6 ncase m1 ventilated panel behind the motherboard and PSU helps thermals much? I have an older ncase version with the older panels so debating upgrading the one on the right.