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Custom ITX M3A2 Mini

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So I bought CMadki4's M3A2 Mini custom case over at Hardforums and had some time last night to put it together. I only have these two pictures I snapped with my phone but I'll follow up with more later. You can look at CMadki4's worklog here: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1769885

Parts Used:
i7-4770s - (Delidded via vice method and the Intel's stock thermal paste was replaced)
Samuel 17
Asus ROG ITX
Samsung 840 Pro 256 GB
Zotac GTX 650 Low Profile
PicoPSU 160XT
Cougar 140mm Fan
2x4GB Patriot Ram (will be replaced with 16GB Crucial ballistix low profile)

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That looks freaking amazing! CMadki4 did a pretty good job with that case. thumb.gif
Edited by Evangelion - 11/16/13 at 9:56pm
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The SSD actually a Sandisk Extreme 240 GB and I replaced the fan with a Noctua 140MM PWM fan. The 840 Pro was re purposed for my main system. This computer is used as an HTPC/Portable gaming machine. Thank you for the compliments!
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