Hey Turboleak,finished cable management of all the V6 cables and the Impact. The only other cables that this build will see are the two motherboard power cables ( cablemod custom made ), the GFX cable ( also from cablemod ) and the fan and pump cables. I'm wainting for the cablemod cables for now. I settled on 20cm for the PSU cables and 35 for the GFX ( I will have to route it quite a bit )
Most of the discussion is in the motherboards w/type E header thread (check the last couple of pages).Does anyone know of an adapter for the 20 Pin Type E motherboard header to some older USB standard? I want to go Ryzen while keeping all of the front I/O functionality, but can’t stomach the cost of the ASUS Crosshair Impact VIII.
I’m assuming someone has asked this in the past but I probably missed it through my searching through 95 pages of replies.
For me it was, I believe, 210 case, 35 cheapest shipping and 30 for import (no tax, just processing at the customs in the Netherlands, otherwise it was an extra 21% of 210) = 275 euro'sshould i expect in December of this year ncase m1? And how much will it cost?
Hi there,Hey Turboleak,
First off, I'm really greatful for the wire management and 120mm fan photos you've already added to help with most of my questions on this particular mobo.
My last curiosity is where the m.2 riser board stops when mounted. are you still able to put an AIO / radiator with 120mm fans on the side bracket? I'll be heartbroken if I'm not able to use the riser board due to AIO limitations .
Thanks in advance!
let's try this againno pictures ... I ordered the NH-C14S myself, I would like to see how you have it. It remains only to wait for the case to be on sale ...
is it possible to install two 120x15 fans from the top-side? Or will cooling of the processor interfere?
How clever! That's an effective solution that is also reversible.
You can also remove the ncase name tag and switch position with the power cable this way the cable comes over the fan part and fits nicely. Can make a picture of my set-up if you would like.
That's how I have mine setup as well since I was running into the exact issue in the pictures. So swapping the position of the plug with the name plate position solves that problem.You can also remove the ncase name tag and switch position with the power cable this way the cable comes over the fan part and fits nicely. Can make a picture of my set-up if you would like.
Saw in the photo you had it in stock position, but never mind thenThat's how I have mine setup as well since I was running into the exact issue in the pictures. So swapping the position of the plug with the name plate position solves that problem.