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Old 03-28-2019, 04:30 AM
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Default Fully custom Corsair One 2019, need your advise

Dear good people,

I need a help and advise from good people here.

I have been back and forth between weather I should be getting Corsair One or build from scratch with Phanteks Shift.

I started even thinking (hoping) fabricate a case my own taking an advantages from both Corsair One and Phanteks Shift case. All this ideas come from upgradability.

My question really is can I swap the motherboard to ASRock X299 mini itx for a CPU of i9-7980XE or i9-9980XE into Corsair One? I understand warranty will be gone and sound like wasting money but I really love Corsair One (hope they sale just a case)

My plan was to get the lowest price of "The One" i140 and keep everything but

1. Swap motherboard to ASRock x299 Mini ITX Motherboard
2. Swap CPU to Intel i9-7980XE or i9-9980XE
3. Swap PSU to higher wattage accordingly something that can fit in the case
4. Swap top fan to higher RPM and CFM (like 2000-3000 RPM?)

Again, Sound like wasting money but any thought you have about my plan?!!!
I'm not looking into OC but temperature is going to be crazy at stock with that CPU????

Seems can't find anywhere on website doing/talking about this swap (is it because it's not even possible?)

I'm very new to custom PC world so I need experts opinions.
Thank you in advance and hope to hear from you soon.
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