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Will this build fit the Meshify Mini C case?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

GPU: Sapphire RX470 4GB OC Edition

MOBO: Gigabyte B450 AORUS M

CPU: R5 1600 w/Stock cooler

PSU: Corsair CX550  

 

looking to get it but worrying about physical size place


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Just now, c0mplexx* said:

GPU: Sapphire RX470 4GB OC Edition

MOBO: Gigabyte B450 AORUS M

CPU: R5 1600 w/Stock cooler

PSU: Corsair CX550  

 

looking to get it but worrying about physical size place

Yes, it will fit.

When in doubt, look up the physical max compatible sizes with the case manufacturer:

You need to get an ATX PSU under 175mm long (which you have), a videocard shorter than 315mm (which you seem to have), an MATX motherboard (which you have) and a cooler under 172mm tall (which you have).


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yes

 

i would strongly reccomend either changing cases or disassembling the front filter to remove the foam in it on that case - it's very restrictive to airflow, far more than it reasonably should be.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 hours ago, minibois said:

Yes, it will fit.

When in doubt, look up the physical max compatible sizes with the case manufacturer:

You need to get an ATX PSU under 175mm long (which you have), a videocard shorter than 315mm (which you seem to have), an MATX motherboard (which you have) and a cooler under 172mm tall (which you have).

ohh thanks!  

 

6 hours ago, yaboistar said:

yes

 

i would strongly reccomend either changing cases or disassembling the front filter to remove the foam in it on that case - it's very restrictive to airflow, far more than it reasonably should be.

is the airflow bad enough to decrease performances by a noticeable amount? I mean it's the only good looking case in my budget 

 

6 hours ago, boggy77 said:

i would also recommend going with a different motherboard

 

may I ask why? I already built the PC i'm just replacing the case I currently have


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Just now, c0mplexx* said:

is the airflow bad enough to decrease performances by a noticeable amount? I mean it's the only good looking case in my budget 

it makes it very difficult for the fans to get air through and you can expect system temps to be higher as result. if you remove the foam it's pretty much resolved.

 

also, your motherboard is fine for what you're doing. don't worry about it. you have a stock cooled 1600 and the board, while not the most outstanding thing on the market. has VRM cooling on it, making it a better choice than a lot of the budget boards out there.


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18 hours ago, yaboistar said:

it makes it very difficult for the fans to get air through and you can expect system temps to be higher as result. if you remove the foam it's pretty much resolved.

 

also, your motherboard is fine for what you're doing. don't worry about it. you have a stock cooled 1600 and the board, while not the most outstanding thing on the market. has VRM cooling on it, making it a better choice than a lot of the budget boards out there.

oh got it thanks!

removing the foam is easy right?


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10 minutes ago, c0mplexx* said:

oh got it thanks!

removing the foam is easy right?

you'll need a pair of pliers, steady hands and about 25-30 minutes


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3 hours ago, yaboistar said:

you'll need a pair of pliers, steady hands and about 25-30 minutes

how steady we talking here? my hands are shakey usually


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