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INTRODUCTION   My target was to create a small, quiet, powerful and beautiful computer for work and gaming. I decided to use the CoolerMaster NR200P case. The problem was that I wa

Liamso, Thank you for reply. Here is the answers: 1) I not used any special tools just this tools on the image. 2) Yes most part of modification was to remove plastic from the top, cut one f

Hello Xing, thank you for your reply. 3mm difference is insignificant. There is some space between PSU and fans and is exactly 3mm. You can always move parts to find comfort position to compensate

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On 12/22/2020 at 4:35 AM, Andrey Bukhtiyarov said:

I tried 20mm and 25mm, thos heights displace PSU holder a little to front and cables from PSU became to close to front glass window. So, I selected height only 15mm.

Thanks for the explanation.

 

I started receiving parts and began putting them together. The two things that worries me the most are the clearance for AIO cooler and RAM.

The Z53 AIO that I have is quite thick with 52.4mm water block height and 30mm radiator height. I did a test fit and was able to stuck that in between the PSU holder and case. The side touching PSU holder cannot fit with protruding screws, so I left that unscrewed. I'm still looking into ways to secure the AIO cooler similar to yours.

I was able to close the top panel without cutting the extra plastics for included fans, but I might remove them purely for aesthetics. 

 

Once my motherboard arrives, I will report further results later.

 

 

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On 1/1/2021 at 4:24 AM, Xing said:

Thanks for the explanation.

 

I started receiving parts and began putting them together. The two things that worries me the most are the clearance for AIO cooler and RAM.

The Z53 AIO that I have is quite thick with 52.4mm water block height and 30mm radiator height. I did a test fit and was able to stuck that in between the PSU holder and case. The side touching PSU holder cannot fit with protruding screws, so I left that unscrewed. I'm still looking into ways to secure the AIO cooler similar to yours.

I was able to close the top panel without cutting the extra plastics for included fans, but I might remove them purely for aesthetics. 

 

Once my motherboard arrives, I will report further results later.

 

 

Good day. I also have the Z53 as my AIO, so I'm definitely looking forward for your update. Wishing you all the best!

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On 1/1/2021 at 4:24 AM, Xing said:

Thanks for the explanation.

 

I started receiving parts and began putting them together. The two things that worries me the most are the clearance for AIO cooler and RAM.

The Z53 AIO that I have is quite thick with 52.4mm water block height and 30mm radiator height. I did a test fit and was able to stuck that in between the PSU holder and case. The side touching PSU holder cannot fit with protruding screws, so I left that unscrewed. I'm still looking into ways to secure the AIO cooler similar to yours.

I was able to close the top panel without cutting the extra plastics for included fans, but I might remove them purely for aesthetics. 

 

Once my motherboard arrives, I will report further results later.

 

 

Good day! Sorry for asking but I was just curious about your build. We have the same aio and I was also planning on doing this mod. Did you get around finishing it? Did the z53 fit inside the case? Hoping to get a response from you. Thanks!

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