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Yes, you'll need an adapter (and splitter) for the fans. You can also just make one from the connector already plugged into the card.
Is it this one?
Been using my M1 build for a year now.
Reference GTX 780 (overclocked) + i5 @ 4ghz (with the biggest Noctua, don't remember the name).
You are more then welcome to make some, I would be happy to buy them for $0.02 :)
Looking to do the same.
Is there a point in getting PP05-E and shortening them instead of just trimming and sleeving the original cables?
Mine does the same. But only after windows goes into sleep mode. Unplugging the PC for 10 seconds resets the wifi module.
Mine is a reference GTX780 clocked over 1ghz, and a 4670k @ 4.2ghz
Don't have a way to measure how much it pulls, but everything is perfectly stable.
My system is already assembled. I used the ATX bracket + the adapter that came with the PSU (SS450).
This way I can only have the intake fan...
Damn. I only got the ATX one >_<
I'm a bit confused about the PSU mounting bracket, are there two of them? One for ATX and one for SFX?
#206 received and assembled.
Huge thanks to N&W!
V2 is still not nearly as quiet as a Noiseblocker at idle.
I did a swap and the difference is substantial.
How did you get the Impact if it hasn't been released yet?
1. Can I assume this case will work with the CPU socket position on an ASRock Z87E-ITX motherboard + Noctua NH-C14?
2. How quiet can I expect a...