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    X99 on mITX: ASRock X99E-itx/ac

    Hi chemist_slime, Where did you manage to get those RAM modules? Used from e-bay? Or is there a way to get them new?
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    What case design do you want to see made?

    For me an ATX PSU would be an overkill for such a small case. What can you put in there that would require so much power to justify ATX PSU? I am thinking SFX could be an overkill. Probably a passive HD-Plex would be enough. Especially with low power Polaris/Pascal GPUs. As for the Jonsbo cases...
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    What case design do you want to see made?

    Somehow I forgot about the vertical dimension of the case. Yeah, it would be around 8 litres. Tried to find a similar design in Lian-Li line-up, but they are all a bit different. And most of the smallest cases have PSU over CPU like in your design.
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    What case design do you want to see made?

    Yeah, I was thinking about such a layout as well. But then, maybe it would be better to sacrifice ca. 1.2 l of volume and move the PSU to the right side? You get a lot more flexibility and better cooling. The front fan could be removed (clean front panel) and replaced by e. g. SSDs, the PSU...
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    NCASE M1: a crowdfunded Mini-ITX case (updates in first post)

    Ah, yes, I forgot about those not-really-mATX motherboards... ;) Anyway, I found this old post from Evangelion, who had two 120mm fans under blower style gpu and he removed the rear one, leaving only the front one (the one blowing into gpu's cooler), so I assume this was beneficial to...
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    NCASE M1: a crowdfunded Mini-ITX case (updates in first post)

    How do you plan on adding the additional PCIe card? If you use a standard mITX motherboard, then you have only one PCIEe slot. If you use a riser with splitter then it will use that single slot, so you won't be able to put the GPU in the top two PCI slots. Unless you want to connect this second...
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    NCASE M1: a crowdfunded Mini-ITX case (updates in first post)

    Have you got any photos with the bottom rad removed? I would love to see how long the Nano is with respect to the bottom - how much space would be there to mount e.g. a 3,5 HDD behind the Nano.
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    NCASE M1: a crowdfunded Mini-ITX case (updates in first post)

    Do you have some other pictures of you setup? A build log or something? To see how it looks with two rads? Also, I noticed the front is stripped of the USB ports? Anyway, one of the more interesting builds in the M1. I was contemplating going the DC-DC psu route, but I would have to use two...
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    NCASE M1: a crowdfunded Mini-ITX case (updates in first post)

    Am I missing something, or there is no psu in that picture?
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    PCIE Bifurcation

    If they have some more, I would be very grateful if I could purchase one ;) I am also contemplating a build with two Radeon Nanos in NCase M1. A custom bridge to join two waterblocks next to each other would come in handy... My NCase is already sitting in the box for over a year ;) And I am...
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    PCIE Bifurcation

    Hey, jb1 - I saw your post on ASRock forum about the bifurcation on Z170 Gaming-ITX. Did you manage to get a direct answer from them? As I see that the thread wasn't answered...
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    Skylake-Based Z170 Gaming Mini ITX Motherboard

    Yeah, I wanted the same answer... Just read about Broadwell-E coming in the 1st quarter of 2016 and was wondering if investing in ASRock X99E-ITX board wouldn't be a better idea anyway. And the X99 board definitely supports bifurcation.
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    Single slot water blocks

    By the way, that linked build is not mine. I was also curious about the temps and asked about it in the thread, but no answer so far from the owner.
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    Single slot water blocks

    Guys, maybe that can help you: http://www.overclock.net/t/1563907/build-log-unit-3-1-tri-sli-matx/10#post_24165622 I have searched for such solution myself. My Ncase M1 is still waiting for the release of Fury Nano and Fury X2. Let's see what would be a better solution. Be warned though...
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    Single slot water blocks

    Double post
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    PCIE Bifurcation

    Personally, M2 on the back, layout and greater support for coolers. Seems that performance difference between 5820K and 6700K is not that big even in multi threading (based on Tom's Hardware test) and the price of X99 board is much higher (even around 50% - 300 EUR vs 200 EUR).
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    PCIE Bifurcation

    Does anyone know if the new ASRock Z170 Gaming ITX supports bifurcation? It has some benefits over the X99.
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    X99 on mITX: ASRock X99E-itx/ac

    Sorry for quoting pictures ;) and not noticing the info about H100i - good to know. Seems like overall the possible WC solutions for this board are not that limited :)
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    X99 on mITX: ASRock X99E-itx/ac

    How did you mount the H100i on narrow ILM? Is there a special bracket? Or have you got it custom made?
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    [Build Log] NCTEKM1 - NCASE M1 Dual Radiator Watercooling

    Would 25mm fans fit on the top radiator with the quick disconnects? I was planning to get rid of the res on the back by using quick disconnects and filling the loop with some res and then removing the res from the loop. I just wonder how much space would there be between rad + standard fans and...
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    What are you looking for in a mITX case?

    Answering topic question - what am I looking for in mITX case? For the same qualities as with my girlfriend: - slim - fit - flexible - good looking - nice face - stylish - ready to fit some 12 inch long stuff inside ;)
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    Dell P2715Q / P2415Q (3840x2160p, IPS, sRGB)

    The cheapest GTX970 I found costs $329, so $658 for SLI: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814500362 Actually, the R9 295x2 costs roughly the same ($679.99)...
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    NCASE M1: a crowdfunded Mini-ITX case (updates in first post)

    Have you guys noticed the new Xigmatek ATX PSUs in the news? Seem like a nice option for M1 as they are only 123 mm long and have a 120 mm fan (1800 RPM). The only shortcoming is that they are semi-modular and just bronze rated... http://www.xigmatek.com/product.php?productid=240&type=overview
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    NCASE M1: a crowdfunded Mini-ITX case (updates in first post)

    Well then, the values do not correspond as on the package the value of the case is 90$ and the transaction is for 185$. Plus shipping of course. I have just collected my M1. I am holding it right now under my other arm ;) Of course, the customs office used the higher price (not the one on the...
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    NCASE M1: a crowdfunded Mini-ITX case (updates in first post)

    Thanks, I am going to pay them visit today and hopefully get my case. I am not angry about the VAT, I am angry about the delay. The package is at customs since 25th September and all they did was send me a note... Like they couldn't calculate the VAT on their own and give the case back to post...
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    NCASE M1: a crowdfunded Mini-ITX case (updates in first post)

    Did you have to pay VAT as well? I mean did they calculate the VAT and you had to pay it at the post office? If so, then what tariff code was assigned? If not, then nevermind my question ;)
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    NCASE M1: a crowdfunded Mini-ITX case (updates in first post)

    Has anyone had any problems with customs office? I'm living in Poland and today I received a note saying that I should send them some documents like confirmation of payment, copy of my national ID, description of the goods and so on. Are there no customs documents attached to the package? Do I...
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    The next NCASE project: a Steam Machine-style case (indeterminate)

    It's from Lian Li's facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LianLiHQ/posts/371846119637089
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    NCASE M1: a crowdfunded Mini-ITX case (updates in first post)

    Had the same same status as yours on September 23rd. Mine is already in Poland, so yours should be in Norway or at least Europe as well :)
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    NCASE M1: a crowdfunded Mini-ITX case (updates in first post)

    How are the ports on gpu accessible? I can't see any holes in the back. Do you have a photo of a back side of the case?
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    The next NCASE project: a Steam Machine-style case (indeterminate)

    But if the power and usb can be moved below the psu (in vertical position) then slim odd would fit above gpu in place of SSDs?
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    The next NCASE project: a Steam Machine-style case (indeterminate)

    Just an idea - would it be possible to move the PSU slightly up (assuming case in vertical position) and put the power button and usb ports below the PSU? Could the power cable be moved down to run over the mobo? This would free up space over the GPU allowing for a third ssd (or a 120mm rad :p...
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    The next NCASE project: a Steam Machine-style case (indeterminate)

    Of course, you are right. But I wasn't asking for any water cooling support ;) I was just asking if there is space for any rad. I would leave this design as it is. If someone is devoted enough to water cooling, he would saw off part of the gpu cover ;) This was not a request, but a rather a...
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    The next NCASE project: a Steam Machine-style case (indeterminate)

    Now going back to my question about 120mm rad. It seems, that if the rear part of GPU cover along with front usb ports is removed, then the rad could fit ;) The case is 330mm deep so I assume there would be like 13-14 cm from the end of a short 18cm gpu to the case end. A 120mm rad is about 16cm...
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    The next NCASE project: a Steam Machine-style case (indeterminate)

    Necere, questions about water cooling will appear anyway, so let me be the first one to ask it - do you think it would be possible to fit a 120mm rad in the back of the case when using a short GPU, like the new Sapphire R9 285 which is < 180mm long?
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