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June 16, 2014 4:19:51 AM

I've been looking around for whether or not the Asus Rampage IV Extreme Black Editon will fit into a Vantage Blue 4 fan case (Currently has a Gigabyte H81M-H with I7-4770 inside) as I'm looking to add a better processor and some higher MHZ ram support as an on going thing.

Could anyone advise me on whether it would actually fit/compatibility issues and if not, would the standard Asus Rampage IV Extreme fit/have compatibility issues? (or similar LGA 2011 socket boards for Intel I7-4930k)

Thanks in Advance

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June 16, 2014 4:36:32 AM

Ryan616 said:
I've been looking around for whether or not the Asus Rampage IV Extreme Black Editon will fit into a Vantage Blue 4 fan case (Currently has a Gigabyte H81M-H with I7-4770 inside) as I'm looking to add a better processor and some higher MHZ ram support as an on going thing.

Could anyone advise me on whether it would actually fit/compatibility issues and if not, would the standard Asus Rampage IV Extreme fit/have compatibility issues? (or similar LGA 2011 socket boards for Intel I7-4930k)

Thanks in Advance


I have the RIVE, it is about one inch wider than a standard ATX board and is thus usually classified as E-ATX even though it uses the standard ATX standoffs. I believe that the RIVBE has the same physical shape.

If your case supports E-ATX, it'll fit just fine. If it does not, it's a toss up and most likely won't fit too comfortably and may leave some connectors hard to access.
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