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So what would the effect of 1.65v on a 5775c be? Say 1.65v 2400. 2666+ ram is too tall for the chassis.

Edit: It actually seems like broadwell's IMC doesn't really handle speeds over 2133mhz..
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So what would the effect of 1.65v on a 5775c be? Say 1.65v 2400. 2666+ ram is too tall for the chassis.

You're going to want the fastest RAM especially since your plan is to run off the iGPU. The improvement over 1600 mhz has been proven well worth it even with dGPU setups. The higher voltage hasn't harmed these yet. Especially Haswell as their IMC is beastly.
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So I'm on the fence of building a fanless iris pro 6200 rig, and mainly because I want to move to 1440p for extra working space but I do game a little. At 1080p, Iris Pro would be sufficient. What about 1440P?

Looks like a bunch of people weighed in already on the pros and cons. One thing I'd like to add is that, at least on my 5775, I wouldn't try to run fanless. Especially when gaming!
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Looks like a bunch of people weighed in already on the pros and cons. One thing I'd like to add is that, at least on my 5775, I wouldn't try to run fanless. Especially when gaming!

I don't see it being an issue with the case, it's built for handle the heat. I might go with a 5675c instead for the lesser heat but I'm not sure.
    
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I think the most recent version of HODD is rated for 95 watts. With an SSD drive and low voltage memory heat won't be an issue.

They are really cool cases. I have wanted one myself. For price and size though, I like these builds a bit more:

http://www.fit-pc.com/web/products/mintbox/

I hope they will start shipping broadwell units soon, but right now it is still haswell frown.gif.
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I think the most recent version of HODD is rated for 95 watts. With an SSD drive and low voltage memory heat won't be an issue.

They are really cool cases. I have wanted one myself. For price and size though, I like these builds a bit more:

http://www.fit-pc.com/web/products/mintbox/

I hope they will start shipping broadwell units soon, but right now it is still haswell frown.gif.

You've been able to get Broadwell on Amazon and Newegg for a few weeks now.
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I don't see it being an issue with the case, it's built for handle the heat. I might go with a 5675c instead for the lesser heat but I'm not sure.

I'm seeing 70C gaming with the stock heatsink running near maximum with the side off my case. It might well be okay to run at those numbers, but on a passive sink in a small enclosed environment I don't know that I'd be okay with it.
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I'm seeing 70C gaming with the stock heatsink running near maximum with the side off my case. It might well be okay to run at those numbers, but on a passive sink in a small enclosed environment I don't know that I'd be okay with it.

Oh my, that's pretty toasty.
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Oh my, that's pretty toasty.

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I'm seeing 70C gaming with the stock heatsink running near maximum with the side off my case. It might well be okay to run at those numbers, but on a passive sink in a small enclosed environment I don't know that I'd be okay with it.

The stock heatsink has less surface area than the HD Plex H1.S has. We're talking about a 6 heatpipe solution with roughly the surface area of a dual tower heatsink. As well as outside incidental airflow.
    
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The stock heatsink has less surface area than the HD Plex H1.S has. We're talking about a 6 heatpipe solution with roughly the surface area of a dual tower heatsink. As well as outside incidental airflow.

Hey I'm not saying don't try it, I hope it works out really well! I'm just sharing my experience is all. thumb.gif
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