The Sapphire Nitro RX580 / RX 590 have these spec: 260 x 135 x 43 mm120 mm radiator would fit well (up to 243 mm is fine), but unfortunately 145 is to wide for this case. 134 is maximum width if the pcie slot is in the first position, and 115 mm (reference width) is the maximum if the pcie slot is in the second position.
Also, 45 mm sounds like it's thicker than dual slot. This case is limited to strict two slot (42 mm with backplate and 38 mm without).
For a gpu like that I recommend the larger model which will fit any gpu.
You're welcome and I'm sorry that it doesn't fit GPU like that, but I had to make some limits to achieve such a small volume.
No, unfortunately this is a problem:The Sapphire Nitro RX580 / RX 590 have these spec: 260 x 135 x 43 mm
I mainly build hackintosh so these are good cards for computing in Metal.
I guess they don't fit.
I'm nos sure either.No, unfortunately this is a problem:
It also says
- 2.2 Slot, ATX
- Dimension: 260X135X43mm
on their site, do definitely more than 2 slots.
I'm not sure what's the point of such design, it's barely thicker than standard 2 slot, but enough to obstruct the next slot, and not thick enough to have cooling advantage.
I'm nos sure either.
Those cards have the most compatible Bios with MacOS for hackintosh and you can find the Nitro that are clocked higher.
They happen to also be nicer than other cards and have nice led lighting.
There are other brands though that can be chosen, just not as nice.
ATX psu and ATX mb?
Will the 3slot version have more room at the back too?Yeah! And a lot more!
I've just checked clearance for that low profile 90 degree fitting, and it would barely fit, but the problem is the plugs for the ports on the back side of the gpu are hitting the riser cable on the MBO. There are only 2mm missing, and GPU could be mounted like that but would be slanted, and then you only have 18mm clearance instead of 20mm that are needed for the fitting. But that's on EKWB block, said you have some other so maybe you have a better situation, we need to see.