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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

Mercury S3 is too big to be considered SFF right? Anyone know the volume off hand?

haha its bloody huge, its more than twice the size of my compact splash tongue.gif

(yes they are sat side by side on my desk) wink.gif
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Which one do you like more?
post #653 of 2831
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

Which one do you like more?

Stick, be happy with the S3, you still have your SG08 for SFF!! wink.gif
post #654 of 2831
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Originally Posted by Phobia View Post

LOL, that was... Disappointing... Why? You hate it or what? And I'm gonna put a i5 4670k and Asus Z87I Deluxe

My initial question/post was because I was thinking I was in a different thread, and I assumed we were speaking about a different case, sorry.

As to the hadron itself:
I had 3 ordered into my store for stock, all three were defective, all with different defects, not sure who EVGA has building those for them, but I'm seriously unimpressed with them and the quality control. Mind you, I love EVGA GPUs, they are the only ones I use honestly, I just really think they should stick to what they know/do best.
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Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post

My initial question/post was because I was thinking I was in a different thread, and I assumed we were speaking about a different case, sorry.

As to the hadron itself:
I had 3 ordered into my store for stock, all three were defective, all with different defects, not sure who EVGA has building those for them, but I'm seriously unimpressed with them and the quality control. Mind you, I love EVGA GPUs, they are the only ones I use honestly, I just really think they should stick to what they know/do best.
LOL, thanks bro .
What kind of defects they had? Plus I just hope I don't get them with problems >.>
post #656 of 2831
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Stick, be happy with the S3, you still have your SG08 for SFF!! wink.gif

I can't wait for my S3 to come in. I was thinking of sleeving the SFX 450w for it, but my Seasonic X650 is already the perfect colors. The cables will probably be way too long. So I haven't officially decided which PSU will be in it.
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I can't wait for my S3 to come in. I was thinking of sleeving the SFX 450w for it, but my Seasonic X650 is already the perfect colors. The cables will probably be way too long. So I haven't officially decided which PSU will be in it.

sfx psu looks so small in the s3

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-FoPjVZwGI&feature=youtu.be

Gotta get my GPU tested in another rig to see if it's the PSU or the card itself that's responsible for that sound... This is driving me nuts arrowheadsmiley.png
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Just realized my NAS I've had for a while fits this description tongue.gif

~14.45L
No picture of it yet but I'll have to take one later tongue.gif


This > http://www.u-nas.com/xcart/product.php?productid=17617 is an okay case - not the best but definitely not the worst.

Added you. Do you have the pics yet?
I've added the rest of the series to the club as well.


U-NAS NSC-200
140 x 254 x 180mm / 6.4L
[m-itx, no expansion, 250W 1U]
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U-NAS NSC-400
190 x 254 x 180mm / 8.7L
[m-itx, no expansion, 250W 1U]
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U-NAS NSC-800
316 x 254 x 180mm / 14.4L
[m-itx, single slot, 1U PSU]
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The isk300 has space for a singleslot low profile card. The galaxy card has a low profile bracket which you can replace by removing the vga ribbon cable.
http://www.galaxytech.com/__EN_GB__/Product2/ProductDetail?proID=517&isStop=0&isPack=False&isPow=False
That 750 sounds perfect for your needs (low power, low heat, short pcb), except for the dual slot heatsink.
If you can somehow find a single slot cooler replacement for it, it'd be perfect.

thanks for the reply. yeh i think im stuck with the Sapphire 7750 LP for now by the looks of it.

I am however investigating moving to a Silverstone ML06 (about the same capacity as the ISK300), and using a TFX power supply in the PSU slot to provide a bit of space to put the Galaxy 750Ti in it. It would fit naturally without modification but with not a lot of breathing room.

anyone got any ideas on this?
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