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    Whats the fastest way to get one which will be i7-8700K ready? I’m ready to order 😀
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    Hello, wil there be full cover block options with the NSG-S0 for motherboards and graphicscards? like te ek waterblocks for motherboards that cool cpu + mosfet or the ek waterblock for graphicscards that cool gpu, memory and mosfets?
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    Does the case support 3 slot graphics cards? On the pictures it looks like it does but im not sure.
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    Hei I was wondering about m.2 (Samsung evo 1T)… I have three of them on my MSI M7 Z270. As of now they are cooled somewhat by the fans. How will they be cooled in your awesome fanless case? Thanks 🙂
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    In the compatibility list of graphics cards could you also list which models allow custom cooling without braking the warranty? I have asked on LTT forum and it was pointed that EVGA allows that. Are there any other brands that allow that? Thanks.
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    As the compatibility table states, there is a fixture for virtually every 7xx Gpu by nvidia. Will the GTX 770, more precisely the MSI twin frozr model, be supported? Seems kind of odd to me to leave out that particular chip family.  
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    I want to jump in here and almost did multiple times now but after seeing the TDP ratings Im worried it wont be able to handle the my current system that I just built. Particularly the VRMs which need active cooling on this platform if you do any overclocking. Will...
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    Hi! I am really looking forward to receiving my NSG-S0, the performance looks awesome! I was wondering if you will supply thermal paste (either pre-applied or in a separate tube) for mounting the blocks on the CPU/GPU? Or do I need to buy it separately?
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    Hi! Great to see the new announcement for TDP! Results are pretty amazing! Just out of curiosity. It seems like the CPU heatsink is larger than the GPU heat sink. However the TDP for CPU is 180W, which is lower than the GPU TDP. Is there any reason for that?...
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    It looks like there are gaming-suited processors  (Ryzen 3-7 and i7 7700K + coming 8700K), will do quite alright with max 140W CPU TDP. With the graphics card thing 180W GPU limit  does not look very promising 1080Ti is 250W 1080 is exactly 180W forget about Vega   Who is...