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    Default Re: XL-SEATX form factor

    I tend to get carried away, the more lights and switches the better etc, but had to hold back and realise sometimes less is more.

    Still no info on the seatx-xl positions :(

    maybe i will have to buy a board to get them?

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    Default Re: XL-SEATX form factor

    Haha, I know what you mean! Sometimes there isn't enough room for everything cool either, and that makes you have to cut things back.

    Hmm, did you PM Judge-Dredd? I will now and see if I can get him to come give you some measurements.

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    Default Re: XL-SEATX form factor

    I sent him a PM, that will also send him an email unless he turned it off.

    So hopefully he will reply as soon as he can.

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    I do dispare.....

    im just getting annoyed now.

    got a reply from Scan, that says gigabyte say you need a 9 pci case or more
    and list the compatiblt cases.

    do people not listen or what.

    I asked them for the extended pitch for the standoffs, so i could add them to my case.

    They really must think im thick?

    emailed em telling them that the listed cases suck compared to mine, and wont be buying one of them,

    no wonder world is in state it is,

    "why they no listen"

    hopefully some of you guys maybe able to measure if you ever buy one.

    not happy that all im getting is the blooming obvious replys to question i never asked.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: XL-SEATX form factor

    Well I never heard back from judge-dredd either, are you a member at XS?

    If you are you can ask here and one of those guys will answer you for sure I bet
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    If you are not a member let me know and I will ask, cause it takes a long time to get an account approved normally.

    Actually I will ask there now and have one of them come here and reply for you or tell me in that thread

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    Thanks matey.

    maybe its my bad grammar or something, maybe im not explaining what im after properly, perhaps.

    didnt realise this simple thing would be such a big deal eh?

    getting closer to just buying one soon....

    read post, thank you,

    yeah, just need literally the bottom 3 mounting holes, the extra ones that support the bottom of board.
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    hey pablo the board is Da Bomb just me board size 34.5cm x 26.2cm
    it look like by the picture you posted the heigth is fine but is a little wider as well

    you wont need the bottom 3 mounting hole unless you really want to drill them
    the board come with with 3 plasting studs for bottom holes
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    Default Re: XL-SEATX form factor

    Thanks for getting back, i was wondering if it would be strong enough without the bottom 3 holes,

    As it comes with plugs, they obviously think it will be ok, or have guessed that most wont have theese extra holes, but to be pro, i wanna put them in.

    but would be nice with a measurement yes, to complete build on this part as such.

    looks like about 40mm, but need more accurate if pos. within .25 should do though.

    may need venier/caliper to do this.

    thanks.
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    Default Re: XL-SEATX form factor

    I think as long as the top, middle, and at least one bottom is screwed in it will be fine and stable, but I know what you mean about wanting to do things the right way.

    No one has replied at XS thread I linked above yet either, you may end up having to buy then measure yourself, this might be best anyway so you know the measurement it correct for what you want before you drill.

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