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Old July 22, 2015, 05:09 AM
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I previously had a 780T but due to my little one terrorizing it i had to get a smaller case to be able to move it out of reach but didn't want to settle for an ugly small box so found the 780T's much smaller brother the 380T xD

Had to order a new Motherboard and PSU for it to all go in the 380T but happy with the outcome little powerhouse smile.gif specs and pics below of the [previous 780T and 380T:

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Corsair 380T
Corsair H80i GT with Corsair High Static Pressure SP120 Red Led Fan's
Intel i5 4690K @4.5Ghz 1- 1.225v
Gigabyte Z97N Gaming 5
Corsair Vengeance Pro 16GB (8X2) XMP Profile
2x Seagate 1TB SSHD
1x Hyper X SSD 240GB
XFX 750W Modular PSU
Gigabyte 980GTX G1 Gaming + Manual OC +100 Core, + 450 Memory (Just fits xD)

Fitted a Bitfenix 200mm Fan for the Front intake as this was previously a Corsair AF14Omm

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Apologies for the state of the room in some pics the little one had destroyed the living room just before haha but let me know what you think of the PC!
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Old July 22, 2015, 07:16 AM
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Nice build.

I honestly haven't seen that case before, but I'm definitely digging it.
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Old July 22, 2015, 08:27 AM
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I've been pretty happy with mine.

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Looks to me like you installed this on the forward portion of the the traditional 240 mount? You said "fans"... was there clearance for a push/pull? (barely room for a pull with my setup, and I ended up cutting away the lower MB side mounting lip on my fans).
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Old July 23, 2015, 12:27 AM
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I've been pretty happy with mine.



Looks to me like you installed this on the forward portion of the the traditional 240 mount? You said "fans"... was there clearance for a push/pull? (barely room for a pull with my setup, and I ended up cutting away the lower MB side mounting lip on my fans).
Yeah that exactly where it is mate and yes/no to the push pull as on a standard fan it will touch the motherboard power connector from the PSU and won't fit however, a dremel to part of the corner of the fan will get it sorted and allow it to fit just need to get it fitted at the weekend :)
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I honestly haven't seen that case before,
Really? HWC video review here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=II5RvlDGh9s

Awesome system btw. I understand the reasons to have it black, to blend with the other elements in the room, but yellow is my all time favorite.
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