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I don't think that table is talking about voltage. I'll look at that spec sheet when I get home later and see if I can pull something more helpful out of it.

@unknownsolo, beautiful build. I love what you did with the SSD, and the way you routed the 24-pin is amazing.
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@timerwin63, thanks smile.gif had this case for a while actually. Just built a new system recently and kept the same case.

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Hi all,

Ok, first post on here go easy on me smile.gif

I have been looking for a new build and need a case that is small and can be moved between rooms in the house. It came down to the Hadron Air or the Cougar QBX.

To be honest, I got sick of looking for PSU's for QBX and the price would have probably ended more for the QBX and a PSU than for the Hadron, so the Hadron wins!

My build is going to be a budget gaming rig with the potential to upgrade the processor and graphics card in the future to high end ones.

So, at the moment this is my build list.

Case
Hadron Air.

Motherboard:
either the MSI B150I Gaming Pro or the Ggigabyte GA-B150N-Phoenix-Wifi

Processor:
Pentium G4500

CPU cooler
EVGA Mitx cooler

Ram:
Hyper X Fury black series (2133Mhz.. the B150 chipset wont run faster than this apparently)

GPU:
EVGA 750ti (maybe FTW version).

Optical drive
EVGA slot loading for AVGA hadron (has anyone actually fitted one of these?)

My main question on this build is the motherboards. Has anyone actually fitted and used either of these as I am struggling to find reviews etc (especially the MSI).
I may end up going for the Gigabyte board as it has 2 fan headers and seems to be sightly better specced (although slightly more expensive).

I may change the stock fans for some quiet ones with blue LEDs.... any suggestions?

I will be buying the parts over the next few months, starting with the case so have time to swap component choices around.

I have built a lot of system in the past but this will be my first SFF build so should be interesting smile.gif

Thanks in advance for any replies and thank you to everyone who posts on these forums, the info is invaluable.

Gaz

Edit: have posted the motherboard question on the motherboard forum as well.
Edited by GazH - 2/11/16 at 4:43am
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Hello,finally completed. It took 11 months,haha.




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New to the team and glad to be on board! 08a3049c71d9a61f73b09a48fba240c1.jpge93a8424efefac5728c31927b754c7df.jpg897dda71430764368068cc712906c3e1.jpg


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Some better images for your/my viewing pleasure. Thanks to everyone for all of the cable management tips. Wasn't as bad as I expected.


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^looks pretty clean. Hopefully the display adapter doesn't give you too much of a hard time as a non-blower.
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^looks pretty clean. Hopefully the display adapter doesn't give you too much of a hard time as a non-blower.
Thanks! So far, so good


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Greetings all! I have moved my itx build into the Hadron Air and joined the club. I purchased mine used with a bad psu for cheap. After checking out everyone's ideas and builds here I was able to move right into it with a few basic mods and about 5 hours. First I removed the stock psu ,bad fan anyway,and the drive cage. I then removed the front panel covered the sticky side with standard copy paper and added Velcro pads. I installed my mobo,h60 with noctua fan which I cut the one corner flange off the fan to clear my ram. I zip tied my Silverstone non modular sfx 450w to the floor of the case near the front. Psu fan faces front and power connecter/ exhaust faces up. Added 80mm noctua fan in the top rear fan slot with zip ties. Mobo is asus z97i. Cpu is i7 4770k stock clocks. Gpu is short evga gtx 960sc. 16gig gskill 2133 ram. 250g Samsung evo ssd and 1tb Seagate 2.5in hdd mounted in a kingwin 3.5 to 2x 2.5 drive tray. All running cool and quiet! Thanks to all the pioneers on this forum as I borrowed heavily from other peoples ideas to build in this case.
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