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cheers. Its a nice case
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If you'd be willing to get the Galaxy 750ti LP and switch to a picoPSU you can go smaller then anything listed here.

 

This:

http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1810890

 

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https://loneindustries.com/products/2

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I have never tried going that small because it looks like an overheating mess. I prefer 1 120mm case fan minimum. Have you written off a larger ITX case?

Sorry a bit late reaction, but just wanted to point out: smaller case means less need for fans compared to larger cases smile.gif

The SG05 is only 11 litres volume. Once the components are in, you only need to move about 6 litres of air. Let's say you have a regular case fan, maybe 30 CFM. That's 14 litres per second, so you can slow the fan right down and it would still refresh the whole case of air more than once per second. Not only that, since the GPU fan is up against the side mesh, it's pulling its own fresh air and doesn't need to rely on good airflow from the case fan. Temps will be good, SG05 has surprisingly efficient case design.
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Originally Posted by Ryleh View Post

If you'd be willing to get the Galaxy 750ti LP and switch to a picoPSU you can go smaller then anything listed here.

This:
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1810890

Pre-order is here:
https://loneindustries.com/products/2

Nice idea, but ill go with the SGO5, so i can put a large graphic card, but maybe later i can try that.
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Jonsbo V3?

A little bigger but thanks
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Sorry a bit late reaction, but just wanted to point out: smaller case means less need for fans compared to larger cases smile.gif

The SG05 is only 11 litres volume. Once the components are in, you only need to move about 6 litres of air. Let's say you have a regular case fan, maybe 30 CFM. That's 14 litres per second, so you can slow the fan right down and it would still refresh the whole case of air more than once per second. Not only that, since the GPU fan is up against the side mesh, it's pulling its own fresh air and doesn't need to rely on good airflow from the case fan. Temps will be good, SG05 has surprisingly efficient case design.

Wow nice knowledge i didn't know about that thumb.gif
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Sorry a bit late reaction, but just wanted to point out: smaller case means less need for fans compared to larger cases smile.gif

The SG05 is only 11 litres volume. Once the components are in, you only need to move about 6 litres of air. Let's say you have a regular case fan, maybe 30 CFM. That's 14 litres per second, so you can slow the fan right down and it would still refresh the whole case of air more than once per second. Not only that, since the GPU fan is up against the side mesh, it's pulling its own fresh air and doesn't need to rely on good airflow from the case fan. Temps will be good, SG05 has surprisingly efficient case design.

I don't think you read my post correctly since the SG05 fits the criteria of my posts as it has 1 120mm fan. But OP edited his original posts so wouldn't be able to see what he was suggesting anyway. (fanless itx cases for pico psus) I was actually the first to suggest the sg05.
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I don't think you read my post correctly since the SG05 fits the criteria of my posts as it has 1 120mm fan. But OP edited his original posts so wouldn't be able to see what he was suggesting anyway. (fanless itx cases for pico psus) I was actually the first to suggest the sg05.

Aha, sorry for the misunderstanding! smile.gif
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Corsair 250D is a beast!
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Corsair 250D is a beast!

He said smallest mITX case, not largest tongue.gifbiggrin.gif
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I fit a 650ti (of the same size) in a Lian Li PC-Q07B. It worked absolutely fine, and cool, even running at 1200mhz. Even with the PCI-E power it required, it did not obstruct the front USB 3.0 ports or cabling. I still managed to fit two hard drives in it, a 2.5" 750GB in the bottom under the card, and an SSD velco'd to the inside panel near the power button. I could have fit several more 2.5" drives in the 5.25" bay. All it took was a slight cut in the rear of the case for the second PCI-E bracket. I ended up getting the hole too big because I wanted it ready to go and didn't have the card in my hand yet (little did I know, it was in my mail box). The case has zero active intake and I managed to run a i5 3450 with a stock cooler and a full size power supply with the fan facing down, toward the CPU, to pull warm air through it and out of the rear of the case. The 750ti runs even cooler, so it should be even better suited for this case.
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