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Hi! I'm looking to rebuild my PC into a SFF case and during my research came across this thread. I hope it's ok to ask for advice here, as I don't have a build to post yet.

Basically I have a large tower at the moment, i7-3770k, Asus 6850, 16GB, a 240GB SSD and 500GB 3.5". There's now nowhere to set up that and a desk. The video editing and "work" stuff is now handled by a laptop.


I want to rebuild so i can have it in the shelves under the TV, and use it mainly for my steam library, which is mostly older games bought on sale. Games like Skyrim, Borderlands 2, Fallout, War Thunder.

The shelves are mounted in a cavity in the chimney breast, so I have a size limit, basically 200x360x360mm (HxWxD) unless it's a slim case that would pass under the shelf brackets, then it could be full 440mm width

My default build is an SG05 and motherboard to suit, use most of my existing kit and it's done. Simple, easy, and feels a bit common in SFF circles...

However, I really like the idea of something as small as the Silverstone ML05. As fas as I can tell, a Sapphire low profile 7750 would give me roughly the same gaming performance as my 6850, but lower power and heat.

I can't find any builds with the ML05 that try to get some gaming performance from it, but does it seem realistic to try?
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Yeah, a 7750LP would fit just fine.
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Originally Posted by NFSxperts View Post

Added you. Is that a short cable kit or did you re-crimp all the cables yourself? It looks nice.

Made the cables myself. Took a bit of time but imo it was worth it. Still think that some of the cables could be shorter. My main gripe though is the length of the USB3 cable. In a case this small it doesn't need to be so long. Does anyone know if shorter cables are available?
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Originally Posted by opty165 View Post

Just posting up my Project Kaveri photo's for the club! It's currently an Intel Atom platform, but changing real soon. My case is the Wesena ITX1 (without dvd slot). Link to build log in my sig.
Added you. I personally can't wait until APUs can game at 1080 so I can move into a smaller case.
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Originally Posted by Allanitomwesh View Post

Check this out guys.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1456102/nfc-systems-s3-and-s3-mini-itx-cases

The 3rd pic in that link (the one with the vertical stand) is the prototype, the final product does not look like that. I like the prototype design more myself.
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Originally Posted by Dyson Poindexter View Post

Looks neat but the requirement for an external power brick will kill it for most people here.
Maybe future designs will allow power bricks to be clipped on internally or externally.

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Originally Posted by sidneylopsides View Post

Hi! I'm looking to rebuild my PC into a SFF case and during my research came across this thread. I hope it's ok to ask for advice here, as I don't have a build to post yet.

I can't find any builds with the ML05 that try to get some gaming performance from it, but does it seem realistic to try?

Go for it. If you're putting it in the tv cabinet, then an htpc case will be more fitting.
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does the ncase m1 count? if so put me down!!!!!!!
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does the ncase m1 count? if so put me down!!!!!!!

Yep, its 12.6 Liters. I'll add you once you post pics biggrin.gif
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post #357 of 2817
Look what I found!
Rosewill Legacy Series powered by Jonsbo
There's also the ATX and mATX ones but those aren't relevant here.
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Apparently Cooltek = Jonsbo = Rosewill
   
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So it would seem,only Cooltek don't offer Jonsbo's ENTIRE LINE! from V2 V3+(cooltek minicube) to UMX2(ATX)
EDIT
still no V2+,must be due to its lack of GPU support, I wonder if they'll offer Chenbro's NUC chassis (aluminum, HDD bay like Brix Pro) to compensate?
Edited by Allanitomwesh - 1/10/14 at 7:12am
post #360 of 2817
nothing about the silverstone sfx psu 600W?
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