I tried actually at the time, but since this was a big upgrade and they were short on supply I sort of figured I'd deal with it in the future. I've been stuck using an NZXT H200 just to support the GPU. I may just have to sell it and buy an RTX so I can move to a smaller case like I really want.You could explain the situation to Evga, and they would replace your card with something compatible. They have good support.
I second that!As an engineer, I really appreciate several "secondary" features of this case. Hats off to @Necere.
If you are willing to spend a bit, then order a custom made kit from cablemod.com ( US and Europe ). Mount everything, take measures of the cable sizes you need, and order. They will look perfect, appearance and size.quick question, who is best for a short cable kit for this case?
Thanks for the heads up! I will contact them too, and ask for a definitive price for the cables I want. ( still waiting for the crosshair impact to arrive ).I found a cheap alternative ( https://www.etsy.com/it/listing/678007890/versione-su-misura-corsair-alimentatore ) via https://www.reddit.com/r/sffpc/ .
I think to order the cables for my SF600 there.
What RAM and cooling options are you thinking of pairing with your crosshair impact. I pre ordered the impact as well.If you are willing to spend a bit, then order a custom made kit from cablemod.com ( US and Europe ). Mount everything, take measures of the cable sizes you need, and order. They will look perfect, appearance and size.
I did this for my M1 V1 with a silverstone PSU and a Maximus VIII impact a couple of years ago, and will do the same for my M1 V6 and Corsair PSU with a Crosshair VIII impact
Can someone confirm how many of the M3 pan head screws came in the accessory boxes?
(they look like this)
I think mine only came with 5 of them, which means I am one short when using (4) for the motherboard, and (2) for the GPU bracket.
I only had 5 too.
I thought I lost it some how it or it was only me missing.
I used the m3 pan head w shoulder for the gpu bracket. It sticks out but it worked.
@fatpolomanjr do you have the bottom filter in-place? How are you able to use both the filter and the Noctua anti-vibration mounts together?Here are pics of my build:
C14S with Accelero III on the 1080 Ti. Bottom 120mm fans are exhaust, rear is intake, and cpu fan is exhaust towards the side panel. GPU is undervolted to 925 mV, 1900 MHz. Really quiet when playing FFXIV on max settings, 1440p Ultrawide. Getting about 90-100 fps with hardly any fan noise at all and gpu ~66 deg C max at 35% fan speed. Plenty of gentle warm heat coming out though. Case warms up but doesn't get hot.
I wanted to know the same thing. The ASUS Crosshair VIII Impact is on my shortlist, but I couldn't find a height measurement for that DIMM.2 card that's used for the M.2 SSDs and the fan headers.Anybody here who already built his system with a crosshair impact and side mounted aio?
If yes are there any interferences with the dimm.2 card?
What problem did you run into with the board? Just picked up the strix z390i.So I put my build together in the case on Saturday. 9700k, strix z390i motherboard, 240mm aio and a 2080 founders edition graphics card.
I’ve only ever built one pc before (in a large atx case) and the m1 was super easy. I did have some issues with the motherboard and windows installation but nothing to do with the case. Looks great on my desk.
Hi enzo,Anyone else in Australia with any updates or delivery yet?
My latest, and still current, tracking detail is that it was exported on the 24th September.....
Due to the large heat sink it was a very tight fit with the pump block and the tubing I had to essentially wedge it I’m against the heat sink. Also, I had everything working but it kept crashing when I tried to boot into windows. A rookie mistake on my behalf, but I didn’t immediately think to update the bios firmware as I assumed I had installed something wrong. Once I updated the firmware it was fine.What problem did you run into with the board? Just picked up the strix z390i.