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    Fits fine in the Corsair 750D but I would recommend removing the cable grommets. Otherwise the board flexes a little since the backplate sits against the edge of the grommets and doesn't lay fully flat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pisymbol View Post
    be quiet! 900 dark base pro
    +1 , the flexibility of changing interior is great. Only snag is with the door closed on case I had airflow issues. So mesh mod on front panel solved issue , ROG Edition Link .
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    Quote Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post
    +1 , the flexibility of changing interior is great. Only snag is with the door closed on case I had airflow issues. So mesh mod on front panel solved issue , ROG Edition Link .

    Looks good, even thou I personally can't stand cases without 5.25" bays. (Yes, I do use DVD/Bluray on all of my computers)

    Myself, I use a Coolermaster HAF-X for the Zenith Extreme. Cooling landed on Corsair H100i v2 due to mountings in the top of the case is for this exact dimension of radiator.

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    Thanks .

    I too have kept a ODD until recently when did this build . I have found ODD handy for some things, but more and more it just stayed in last build as redundant item .

    Besides 5.25" bays allowing ODD I guess there are plenty that use them for bay res, fan controllers, etc.

    I used use a Akasa AK-FC-03 up until ~2015. After that as I went PWM fans and the mobo I had (an Asus one) had sweet options to control fans I saw no point in using the controller any more.

    I also had an Asus Front Base panel bundled with the M7R I owned, again not useful to me. The only other thing I have used 5.25" bays for in past few years was to mount the Fury X AIO rad. Now having gone full custom water loop I can't see me going for GPU with AIO again.
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    Just installed the mobo into Coolermaster Cosmos II, looks small in it. Yeah, granted, the zenith is nowhere near the max dimensions of the e-atx spec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHR1979 View Post
    Just installed the mobo into Coolermaster Cosmos II, looks small in it. Yeah, granted, the zenith is nowhere near the max dimensions of the e-atx spec.
    This is the board in a Coolermaster HAF-X


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    On the Be Quiet Dark Base 900 the mobo stand off's are just right to allow mobo backblate , link to photo. For me without removing the cable management grommets on DB9 mobo would not lay flat . Photo of non backplate area clearance, link.
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    Thermaltake P5 without rubber grommets works fine.

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    Core P5 snow white ed. with t.glass

    P5 works, but you have to be creative with the cables, and remove the rubber grommets.
    If you want the tempered glass ed , you also have to remove the inside top left tempered glass mount, cause of the motherboard shield and the vrm heatsink cover.
    This is not a problem with the standard Core p5.
    Mine is now wall mounted with a tv vesa mount.
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    My first hardline loop :P (not complete yet)
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