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Comment reply on sh4ne's Completed Build: Mini ITX Gaming Cube

  • 45 months ago
  • 2 points

Yeah, that card would fit

Comment reply on sh4ne's Completed Build: Mini ITX Gaming Cube

  • 46 months ago
  • 1 point

I would say so.

Comment reply on sh4ne's Completed Build: Mini ITX Gaming Cube

  • 46 months ago
  • 1 point

Yeah that should fit

Comment reply on sh4ne's Completed Build: Mini ITX Gaming Cube

  • 47 months ago
  • 1 point

What's the height? Anything 5" or less would fit for sure. Anything 11.6" long or less should fit as well.

Comment reply on sh4ne's Completed Build: Mini ITX Gaming Cube

  • 47 months ago
  • 1 point

No problem. Even better, if you have a credit card with price protection, you can make a claim if the price drops in the next 60-120 days (depending on the credit card). If not, this method with Jet is still pretty good.

Thanks and good luck!

Comment reply on Superjugy's Completed Build: Giovanna

  • 47 months ago
  • 1 point

Try eBay for something from China for cheap. There are ones powered by molex. example: ebay.com/itm/262217589649

Comment reply on sh4ne's Completed Build: Mini ITX Gaming Cube

  • 47 months ago
  • 2 points

Jet is basically just a marketplace for sellers. Items are usually fulfilled and shipped from a "Jet trusted partner," which are generally fairly large, somewhat well-known companies. You can tell because of the return address (sometimes). I have had only good experiences so far. You can also waive a small "free return" fee during checkout to save a few more bucks.

However, prices are often higher unless you use a new-user promo code, which can then make it cheaper than any of the stores on PCPartPicker. Try TRIPLE15 for 15% off your first 3 orders over $35, or 20% Off Your First 2 Purchases when using the Jet android app with code FATHERSDAY - you should probably buy each expensive component separately since the limit is $25 savings per order with promo codes. Make multiple accounts with different emails if you need to. You should also know that prices and stock fluctuates sometimes as well. I would try check prices once in a while, and just buy elsewhere if the pricing doesn't work out.

Comment reply on sh4ne's Completed Build: Mini ITX Gaming Cube

  • 47 months ago
  • 2 points

You may have to cut the top case panel for clearance of the 6pin, as well as the metal frame. For the 8-pin, you would need to cut the front panel most likely.

It just looked like too much work for me, and I had a hard time thinking how it would be done without it looking kinda shoddy. It might work better if you could get some low-profile cables, though. Good luck!

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