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But I want it to have some niche! sad-smiley-002.gif

Game benchmarks are interesting. I guess that means latency, not bandwidth, is the reason why high-clocked RAM does better in games. I forgot who - TPU maybe? - did some tests recently, but boosting Skylake's memory frequency by ~30% resulted in ~20% higher framerates in GTA V. Now, that was a pretty extreme example, but it definitely does have an impact. It just seems that the impact is thanks to latency.

I suppose that's also the explanation for the (small) gains when adding PCIe lanes or using a newer revision. Since it's an aggregate serial link rather than a parallel bus, doubling the lanes should halve the time between transfers if I understand it correctly.

Oh well. I'll just sit here with my dual-channel DDR3-1600 plus my PCIe 3.0 @ x8 (not even crossfire!) and be happy. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by timerwin63 View Post

Everything *including the quad channel part is fairly pointless for a general purpose build. The only thing the 4 slots are really useful for is just more ram. Quad channel ram has completely negligible real-world benefits, and the benefits that you can see are almost exclusively bandwidth benchmarks, which don't mean a whole lot because ram bandwidth isn't a system bottleneck anyway. I recommend checking out this. I continue to be surprised by how completely blown out of proportion the "importance" of quad-channel ram is.

And, additionally, as I mentioned above, the use of SO-DIMMs completely defeats the purpose of 4 slots as the maximum size for DDR4 SO-DIMMs is 16GB right now while regular DDR4 DIMMs are avilable in 32GB and 64GB flavours. So any board with DDR4 slots can be equipped with at least as much RAM as this server board, if not more, depending on the support for those extremely large modules.
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TL;DR buy the other mITX board. thumb.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Laine View Post

Thank you very much! I really appreciate the kind response I get here!

Both the measurements and the area are (somewhat) present on the picture you show. The surface area is 1,6 dm2, and it's 15cm deep. It's 2.4 litres in volume.

However both the back and front pieces feature a slightly angled lower part and I've not taken this into account yet, it's somewhere inbetween 2 and 2.4 litres.

Edit: It's 2.345 litres with the tapered front and back.

Quote:
Originally Posted by -Leopold- View Post

Finally, my Low Profile CPU-Cooler arrived yesterday (Silverstone Argon AR-05), so i started to put my new hardware in this tiny case (9.6L). The case only offers a single pci slot, so i had to mod it a little bit. I simply cut a hole in the back to mount the PSU above the CPU-Cooler.





Cablemanagement of Doom tongue.gif


Lets see how toasty it gets - looking around for a small case with a better Airflow smile.gif

Hardware:

Mainboard: ASRock FM2A88X-ITX+
CPU: AMD Athlon x4 860K, Black Edition
GPU: Club 3D Radeon R7 260X royalQueen, 2.048MB GDDR5 RAM
RAM: 2x 4.096MB G.Skill RipJawsX DDR3, 1.600MHz
PSU: be quiet! SFX Power 2, 300W Bronze
CPU-Cooler: Silverstone Argon AR-05

Quote:
Originally Posted by Neclock View Post

Just to post my SFF "Moonglade":
  • Intel Core i5-4590S 3.0GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • Asus H97I-PLUS Mini ITX LGA1150 Motherboard
  • Kingston HyperX Fury Blue 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1866 Memory
  • Noctua NH-L9i 57.5 CFM CPU Cooler
  • SFX PSU FSP300-60GHS
  • Asus GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB Video Card

In the quest for Performance/Size/Wattage I came up with this. My workflow was more or less like this. Lian LI PC-TU100, because it is cool, so... Must use SFX PSUs so clearance is 6cm so.. Must use Noctua NH-L9... I want to keep it cool without much trouble -> use 65W. Power efficient GPU so the 750 Ti (first Maxwell) was a no brainer. I wont overclock it so any H87/H97 ITX will do, better with m.2

The provider sent me DDR-1866 CL9 instead of DDR-1600 CL8. The MB will default it at 1600 CL9, I will reuse it in other build. The Asus card normally WONT FIT. Use a shorter card, many others 750 Ti will fit.

My biggest troubles were with the PSU. I choose the Silverstone ST45SF-G. I needed 150W, so any 300W would be good enought but I wanted modular cables and gold rated. I used it and made custome sleeved cables to avoid cluttering and improve airflow. However the noise was unberable. The PSU fan is very noisy, more than the case fan. It was so strong I got a second hand FSP300-60GHS. I had to open it to paint it black (heat resistant paint just in case). The cabling is awful now but it is not noisy anymore. I may customize the cables in the future. Also, going from a 450 Gold to a 300 Bronze saved me 5-7W for a total of 40W from mains at light usage.

Regarding storage I used a cheap 128 m.2 SDD and 2 tall 1T hybrid 2.5 SSD in RAID. Boot time under 10 seconds.

My biggest problem was the PSU. There are not that many options in SFX form factor. No modular PSU under 450W. Any 8cm fan may be noisy. Unacceptable for a living room. Apparently SFX-L fit in the case.

My wish: (pls, some company do this one)
I would like a modular 250-300 SFX, SFX-L Fanless/Fanless mode PSU. It has to be modular as SFF can be cramped. I would like to integrate it with a 65W CPU and a 100 - 125W GPU.

In the future, I may do a fan replacement on the ST45SF-G and consider going for a 180W+ GPU. However I don't think I will ever go over 65W for this kind of case.

Motherboard view

I will add all these to the OP once my edit post buttons reappears. For some reason it's gone missing.
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post #2275 of 2817
PM a mod about it. Huddler lets you lock a specific post so if can't be edited. It could be a mistake, or you've done something horribly wrong.

Probably a mistake or a glitch.
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Thread Starter 
I've add the previous posts and updated the PSU FAQ section.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1300645/official-usff-sff-club#user_psu_faq

If you notice an errors please let me know.

Apparently there's a restriction on editing threads that were created more than 1-2 years ago.
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Apparently there's a restriction on editing threads that were created more than 1-2 years ago.

I have to assume it's so people can't account suicide and edit all their posts, just, like most of them.

Let's see. I learned that Broadwell-DE is still pretty awesome. I'm holding off on it though. Anybody have any ideas on how Broadwell-E and EP will do in terms of power consumption? I want 2.5-3.0GHz and 6-10 cores with at most 40W for the CPU (allowing 5W for the chipset). Seems easy enough to cool and very good for a small low-power system.
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Noctua L12 in Streacom F1CWS EVO.



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Just purchased a Jonsbo RM3 (silver). I'm excited to work with the new case when it arrives. I'll be doing an Intel x99 build with it. Intel i7 5930k, EVGA Micro2, 32GB Corsair Platinum DDR4-3000, 512GB Samsung M.2, Seasonic 1050w Snowsilent, external 4x120mm radiator with a 3D printed mounting setup designed by me, EKWB parts, LED lighting, etc. Re-using my 980 GTX SC until the new nVidia line comes out later this quarter. I think I'll start a build log when more parts arrive.
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Noctua L12 in Streacom F1CWS EVO.




Ouch.. Sad to see a hole on that beautiful case. But as a fellow NH-L12 user, I approve! smile.gif
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