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    Default Best card for 266mm case?

    This one to be exact : EVGA Hadron Hydro mini ITX with 500w psu
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    SECC Material

    2 x 2.5/3.5 Drive Bays
    1 x Slim Slot Load Optical Drive Support (not included)
    2 x 120mm Fans

    Form Factor

    mITX Form Factor
    Width: 6.6in – 169mm
    Height: 13.77in – 350mm
    Depth: 12.1in – 308mm
    Supports Graphics Card 10.5in - 267mm

    Power Supply

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    It seems like only a 970 and fury fit in there, is there any gtx 980, 980 Ti or titan variant in the 267mm size?

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    There is no ITX version of 980/980 Ti/Titan X but the Titan X is 267 mm, I think some 980 Ti are also 267 mm (Dual fan ones like EVGA and MSI). I'm not sure about 980s though, I think they are also around that length in most variants. But I'm pretty sure there's no ITX version of any one of them. Maybe try getting a little (tiny) bit larger case and you can fit them.

    Linus built a Titan X PC in a case with a size of a shoe box. I guess the case was from Silverstone, it seemed pretty tough to build it completely but there are cases like that. Look around and you'll find one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by z.a.s View Post
    There is no ITX version of 980/980 Ti/Titan X but the Titan X is 267 mm, I think some 980 Ti are also 267 mm (Dual fan ones like EVGA and MSI). I'm not sure about 980s though, I think they are also around that length in most variants. But I'm pretty sure there's no ITX version of any one of them. Maybe try getting a little (tiny) bit larger case and you can fit them.

    Linus built a Titan X PC in a case with a size of a shoe box. I guess the case was from Silverstone, it seemed pretty tough to build it completely but there are cases like that. Look around and you'll find one.
    I know which one you're talking about, watched it some time ago. but yeah it's not for me, a buyer requested a build with this chassis as a must and paid upfront a lot. so really need to try and find something better than a 970. i could use the Nano but that just does not perform well enough. and is that the refrence Titan X which is exactly 267mm?

    on the msi armour one which is a dual fan 980Ti it says Dimensions : 277 x 135 x 37 mm so not really sure what that means same thing with the titan X :10.5" x 4.38"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    I know which one you're talking about, watched it some time ago. but yeah it's not for me, a buyer requested a build with this chassis as a must and paid upfront a lot. so really need to try and find something better than a 970. i could use the Nano but that just does not perform well enough. and is that the refrence Titan X which is exactly 267mm?

    on the msi armour one which is a dual fan 980Ti it says Dimensions : 277 x 135 x 37 mm so not really sure what that means same thing with the titan X :10.5" x 4.38"
    Titan X's are mostly sold as reference, and is repackaged. There are some custom fan ones, but the one I saw was the reference model and I think repackaged by EVGA and was about 267mm.

    The MSI Armour one is 277 mm long or 10.91 inches. The Titan X is 266.7 mm (approx. 267) and translates to 10.5 inches.


    I'm not sure how accurate this is (this is according to newegg) but surprisingly the MSI GAMING 980 Ti is shorter than the cheaper Armour one. The GAMING one is 269 mm while the Armour is 277.

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    Quote Originally Posted by z.a.s View Post
    Titan X's are mostly sold as reference, and is repackaged. There are some custom fan ones, but the one I saw was the reference model and I think repackaged by EVGA and was about 267mm.

    The MSI Armour one is 277 mm long or 10.91 inches. The Titan X is 266.7 mm (approx. 267) and translates to 10.5 inches.


    I'm not sure how accurate this is (this is according to newegg) but surprisingly the MSI GAMING 980 Ti is shorter than the cheaper Armour one. The GAMING one is 269 mm while the Armour is 277.
    Thanks, i'll contact customer support and ask if their titan x will fit in that case i did find a 980Ti that will fit but it's from some company called Inno3D so reluctant on getting that one, hopefully the titan X fits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    Thanks, i'll contact customer support and ask if their titan x will fit in that case i did find a 980Ti that will fit but it's from some company called Inno3D so reluctant on getting that one, hopefully the titan X fits.

    Okay, but I don't get why so many people are after tiny PCs. Did the buyer really ask for a Titan X in that chasis. I though Gaming PCs with high end specs were supposed to look good and to be shown off. Like this Lenovo exec said "Gaming PCs are like sports cars, the first thing you want to do is show it off". Anyways, glad to help you out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by z.a.s View Post
    Okay, but I don't get why so many people are after tiny PCs. Did the buyer really ask for a Titan X in that chasis. I though Gaming PCs with high end specs were supposed to look good and to be shown off. Like this Lenovo exec said "Gaming PCs are like sports cars, the first thing you want to do is show it off". Anyways, glad to help you out.
    He didn't ask for a titan X, he said he wants to game at 4K. im fairly positive that's impossible with a gtx 970. and main reason i guess is desk space, or maybe a big flashy neon/led lighting case won't go well with the room decor? and thanks! i just called them so expecting an answer from them soon.

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    their customer support just got back to me :/ nope it won't fit in the case ughhh this is annoying

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