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Originally Posted by iFreilicht View Post

Sorry to distract from the build, but that is one nicely designed build-log! Really easy to follow.

Thanks! thumb.gif
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post #2022 of 2832
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Originally Posted by GreatChicken View Post

I see you have no members with a V4. So here:



http://www.overclock.net/g/a/1430743/rig/

Basic setup really, APU build without GPU (maybe when someone has a fire sale...), expansion card being a salvaged Audigy 2 from an old Dell.

Amusingly, although Jonsbo recommended a max HSF size of 120mm, I was able to fit all 143mm worth of Gammax 300 due to investing in an SFF PSU and changing the direction of its fan. The fan is now like a milimeter away from touching the RAM on the first RAM slot.

I hope this doesn't cause any damage in the long run. :>_>'

Nice idea. It looks like the modular connectors are in the way. Would a SFX non modular be able to clear the heatsink?
As long as the fan blades aren't scraping the ram, it should be fine.

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This is my first ITX build. I really wanted the nano fury, but I couldn't deal with the coil whine or waiting X amount of time until AMD allows its partners to create custom coolers.

I currently want a smaller case that's both aesthetically pleasing and also extremely compact. Those are pretty hard to come by though without paying quite a bit. So far, I'm looking at the Ncase M1 and the HG Computers Osmi case (Both are hitting about the 200USD price point with shipping).

Nice to see the SG05 in white. The SG05 was my first ITX build as well.

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Originally Posted by Klutz0 View Post

Can I get my Node 304 build added to the list? smile.gif

Build log here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1577503/build-log-hubble-a-node-304-skylake-build/0_20

Looking good so far. thumb.gif Will add as soon as it lets me edit the OP.
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post #2023 of 2832
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This build isn't using any form of mechanical hard drive (I wanted to reduce cable clutter)
I ditched all those pesky mechanical HDDs, too, though I did it to lower the noise.

Also: nice looking cables! Did you sleeve them yourself? If so, what kind of sleeve did you use?
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Originally Posted by hampurista View Post

I ditched all those pesky mechanical HDDs, too, though I did it to lower the noise.

Also: nice looking cables! Did you sleeve them yourself? If so, what kind of sleeve did you use?

Thanks
My friend sleeved them for me amd cut the cables to the.specified lengths i.asked him to
I dont know what.kind of sleeving hes using, but its a very tight weave. It almost completely hugs.the cables and has more of a nylon feel in comparison to paricord
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No HG Osmi owners here? Want to see some builds in that case!




Build from someone: http://imgur.com/a/yZRzp
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No HG Osmi owners here? Want to see some builds in that case!

Here is someones build log: http://www.overclock.net/t/1577480/hello-my-names-osmi
post #2027 of 2832
Ah, thanks!
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Just found the Chieftec-02B-U3, nice case with enough place for a CPU Cooler (if you dont use the ODD Bay) and a Single Slot PCI-Card, comes with PSU. Maybe good for APU-Builds.
    
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Just found the Chieftec-02B-U3, nice case with enough place for a CPU Cooler (if you dont use the ODD Bay) and a Single Slot PCI-Card, comes with PSU. Maybe good for APU-Builds.

This is the case I've been looking for! Slim odd, 3.5 drive support, small... but its ugly. I can deal. No specs on the page though. How big of a cooler can I install with the odd? 250 watt power supply could handle an overclocked i7 no problem.
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This is the case I've been looking for! Slim odd, 3.5 drive support, small... but its ugly. I can deal. No specs on the page though. How big of a cooler can I install with the odd? 250 watt power supply could handle an overclocked i7 no problem.

That's a full 5.25 drive, not slim odd. Just uses a door like many OEM styled computers.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/mini-itx-small-form-factor-pc-case,2814-3.html
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