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Here's the thread. He got it to fit w/o any issues.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1302993/computer-building-pleasure-angst#post_18102995
Using an Msata is going to save me the headache of having to wire for a HDD or 2.5'' SSD. Only plugs that im going to be using for my mobo are the 24pin, 8pin. PCI-E, & a molex. Should be pretty tidy in there biggrin.gif

I'm jealous. If only I knew
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O.O I honestly didn't know it came in mini. That would work great with the personal spray booth I have on my wishlist. You sir have just made me earmark $300 from my bank for all the items needed.

biggrin.gif Oh yeah, several different sizes are available. Getting full size spray guns into tight spaces, and all of that.. Try spraying an engine compartment w/ the engine & tranny still in place if you want a lot of good close quarters practice. Masking all of that of is a sawed off.... Lol! wink.gif

Back on topic: The only real down side is the amount of refilling you have to do on the smaller guns when doing a larger job. It's no big deal though, just mix what you need in the mixing cup, it'll last until well past when you're finished without solidifying. Remember to practice, and adjust the airline pressure and spray pattern to suit you. A desiccant line dryer & oil trap works wonders if you have enough left over. Even oil-less compressors, not really oil free. thumb.gif

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I'm jealous. If only I knew

Don't feel bad, I had an mSATA 50Gb Crucial M4 on order for my build (SRT cache drive). But I already had an extra 2.5" 64 Gb, and I couldn't justify the mSATA. So I cancelled the order before it shipped.
Edited by Teh Rav3n - 1/1/13 at 11:54pm
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biggrin.gif Oh yeah, several different sizes are available. Getting full size spray guns into tight spaces, and all of that.. Try spraying an engine compartment w/ the engine & tranny still in place if you want a lot of good close quarters practice. Masking all of that of is a sawed off.... Lol! wink.gif
Back on topic: The only real down side is the amount of refilling you have to do on the smaller guns when doing a larger job. It's no big deal though, just mix what you need in the mixing cup, it'll last until well past when you're finished without solidifying. Remember to practice, and adjust the airline pressure and spray pattern to suit you. A desiccant line dryer & oil trap works wonders if you have enough left over. Even oil-less compressors, not really oil free. thumb.gif

Don't feel bad, I had an mSATA 50Gb Crucial M4 on order for my build (SRT cache drive). But I already had an extra 2.5" 64 Gb, and I couldn't justify the mSATA. So I cancelled the order before it shipped.

OK dumb question. I am liking the idea of a msata sitting under the mobo. I must be missing something... How does it attach? It looks like it uses a mini pcie slot but obviously nothing on any mitx motherboard is present. How are any of you who are using an msata able to use it?
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OK dumb question. I am liking the idea of a msata sitting under the mobo. I must be missing something... How does it attach? It looks like it uses a mini pcie slot but obviously nothing on any mitx motherboard is present. How are any of you who are using an msata able to use it?

Asrock Z77E-ITX has it wink.gif It's mSATA port.
 
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Asrock Z77E-ITX has it wink.gif It's mSATA port.

Hmm. Thanks! I kind of have my heart set on the Asus P8Z77 Deluxe. I did ALOT of reviews on ASRock, Gigabyte and Asus and ultimately stuck with Asus. I appreciate the heads up as I was not aware that ASRock had that port. I must have missed it. After posting my question i did some more research and found this:

Msata to Sata adapter
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Am looking for an Australian's service for some basic modding of my Prodigy (basic stuff like putting windows in the side panel). If anyone can help (or knows someone who can) please PM me, ideally in Perth!

To the moderators: Am I allowed to do requests through this thread? I went to the marketplace and couldn't find what I'd consider to be an ideal place to post this, please delete if innapropriate
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DIY I'm afraid mate, it's not that hard, Grinder or Jigsaw after marking out on painter tape, use Uchannel around the edge and double sided Scotch 4010 to hold acrylic on, you might try posting on OCAU for local modders or take it to a local steel works place,but it's more fun doing it yourself, I'm doing Matx conversion on mine atm.

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Am looking for an Australian's service for some basic modding of my Prodigy (basic stuff like putting windows in the side panel). If anyone can help (or knows someone who can) please PM me, ideally in Perth!

http://forums.overclockers.com.au/showthread.php?t=896300

Also, Google shows a plenty of laser cutters in Perth.
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DIY I'm afraid mate, it's not that hard, Grinder or Jigsaw after marking out on painter tape, use Uchannel around the edge and double sided Scotch 4010 to hold acrylic on, you might try posting on OCAU for local modders or take it to a local steel works place,but it's more fun doing it yourself, I'm doing Matx conversion on mine atm.
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If I had the tools I'd do it myself (or at least give it a go)! I just don't think the investment is worth it give the minimal amount of DIY I do. Thanks though.
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http://forums.overclockers.com.au/showthread.php?t=896300
Also, Google shows a plenty of laser cutters in Perth.

Thanks, I did check Google but most of these places seem to be business oriented and not personal. Had hoped to stumble across and individual who was capable. I'll check OCAU or look into renting the required tools.

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OK dumb question. I am liking the idea of a msata sitting under the mobo. I must be missing something... How does it attach? It looks like it uses a mini pcie slot but obviously nothing on any mitx motherboard is present. How are any of you who are using an msata able to use it?

It's just a port that's similar to a mini PCI-E normally found in notebook/ultrabooks, the ssd just slides right in, and then there is a singular screw that holds it in place. Technically, in notebooks there will be two screws (Notebooks are more subject to impacts than desktops...usually wink.gif Gamers raging not withstanding), and the holes are at the end farthest from the connector end of the ssd. It's a very simple install, but there is a bit of concern that the Prodigy may require a cut out in the mobo tray to mount it due to the low clearance of the Prodigy's mobo stand offs.

Also, the mSATA is a SATA II port, so be prepared for a sizable reduction in throughput if you get a SATA III capable mSATA SSD. Hope that helps with your decision smile.gif
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