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dragoneth
#31 Aug 13 2017 07:21pm
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Quote (WhoBut_WBMason @ Aug 13 2017 07:39pm)
larger cases in your price range

dont get a tiny case you will regret it


it has to be from newegg.ca cuz im to lazy to make an account somewhere else and will be paying mostly with paypal
i have a gtx 1050ti which is a short 2 slot card that just uses motherboard power and a single fan so i should have lots of space even in a small case


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Quote (dragoneth @ Aug 13 2017 09:21pm)
it has to be from newegg.ca cuz im to lazy to make an account somewhere else and will be paying mostly with paypal
i have a gtx 1050ti which is a short 2 slot card that just uses motherboard power so i should have lots of space even in a small tower


its okay

youve been given a lot of advice

youre free to ignore it all
DCSS
#33 Aug 13 2017 07:31pm
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Quote (dragoneth @ Aug 13 2017 09:21pm)
it has to be from newegg.ca cuz im to lazy to make an account somewhere else and will be paying mostly with paypal
i have a gtx 1050ti which is a short 2 slot card that just uses motherboard power and a single fan so i should have lots of space even in a small case
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41qz5juuVzL.jpg


i love gigabyte's mini-itx design, i use one myself in a mid tower case just because they're so aesthetically pleasing at that size. Never saw the draw of hulking ass cards.



good shit
dragoneth
#34 Aug 13 2017 07:55pm
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Quote (WhoBut_WBMason @ Aug 13 2017 09:22pm)
its okay

youve been given a lot of advice

youre free to ignore it all


the only advice ive ignored was to get the 1200 and overclock it because i dont want to overclock
i looked at many of the cases on the link you posted and open then in newegg to see what they were about most are about the same size or $50+
i added the motherboard zwix posted to my wishlist as its only $10 more since its got free shipping and will likely get it

ive looked into every suggestion or bit of advice you guys have thrown at me and am considering the budget ...if i got $50 to spend on a case im re using my current and going with the 1500x
the case i posted has good reviews people on youtube loves it and its $29 and if that guy can fit a 960 windforce or w/e in there there is a decent amount of space to run wires and what not specially with my card
Quote (DCSS @ Aug 13 2017 09:31pm)
i love gigabyte's mini-itx design, i use one myself in a mid tower case just because they're so aesthetically pleasing at that size. Never saw the draw of hulking ass cards.

https://static.gigabyte.com/Product/3/5923/20160630104832_big.png

good shit


yeah its really nice its actually smaller then my old 550ti card uses less power and is like 5x stronger :rofl: technology man

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#35 Aug 13 2017 07:56pm
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ignoring the 1200 and overclocking means paying more for the exact same clock speeds and heat as you could have had for less. It's up to you though.
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