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You will note in my specs that my rig is a Shuttle, even smaller than yours. I know what you mean about "room". `Seems like if you want to do anything at all to upgrade, you practically need a big shoehorn to get the job done. Unfortunately, mine is also noisy due to the loud Delta fan needed to cool my "pressy" chip.
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post #12 of 170
Nice pics, thanks for this thread...I've been wanting to put together a SFF build pretty much since the day I got my P180 and realized that unless you have like 10 HDD's that big a case is useless haha.
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WD Caviar SE16 250gb + Seagate 160gb LG GSA-H50N Windows Vista Ultimate (32bit) 20.1" LG 
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WD Caviar SE16 250gb + Seagate 160gb LG GSA-H50N Windows Vista Ultimate (32bit) 20.1" LG 
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post #13 of 170
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Originally Posted by blitz6804 View Post
Not bad? Darn good. You have a 2.13 GHz CPU clocked to 2.80 GHz, with the stock cooler, in a small form factor case, and it still is running at 28/55ºC? I would say that the cooling in that case is deceivingly outstanding. My AMD does not hit those temps with triple the ventilation in a mid-full form factor.
Thanks for the support. REP+.
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post #14 of 170
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Originally Posted by hvacgaspiping View Post
You will note in my specs that my rig is a Shuttle, even smaller than yours. I know what you mean about "room". `Seems like if you want to do anything at all to upgrade, you practically need a big shoehorn to get the job done. Unfortunately, mine is also noisy due to the loud Delta fan needed to cool my "pressy" chip.
Ah yes, the joys of the Prescott core. I almost went with a Shuttle but I didn't like the idea of having to scrap my nice Corsair PSU. Tragic, eh?
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Originally Posted by Bucketshop View Post
Nice pics, thanks for this thread...I've been wanting to put together a SFF build pretty much since the day I got my P180 and realized that unless you have like 10 HDD's that big a case is useless haha.
Yeah, for me, the main consideration was whether it would fit in my carry-on bag to take home for breaks and such. Lucky me, it does.
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Originally Posted by pbpenguins412 View Post
Ah yes, the joys of the Prescott core. I almost went with a Shuttle but I didn't like the idea of having to scrap my nice Corsair PSU. Tragic, eh?
The 300 watt PSU in my rig left barely enough room for its cables to route around the end of it (very long PSU) to plug into the MOBO.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel P 4 Prescott, 3.4 gig. Shuttle SB61/478 GForce 7600GS Corsair 2gig DDRSDRAM 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Raptor 10Krpm SATA Windows XP Home SP2 19" wide Hanns LCD Logictech wireless 
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Shuttle CP50 300 watts Shuttle XPC barebones Logictech wireless 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel P 4 Prescott, 3.4 gig. Shuttle SB61/478 GForce 7600GS Corsair 2gig DDRSDRAM 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Raptor 10Krpm SATA Windows XP Home SP2 19" wide Hanns LCD Logictech wireless 
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Shuttle CP50 300 watts Shuttle XPC barebones Logictech wireless 
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post #17 of 170
Here are a few SFF comps I built





post #18 of 170
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Here are a few SFF comps I built
That one made out of carbonfiber is pure sex.
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post #19 of 170
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^ you put my work to shame!
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post #20 of 170
Thanks
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dirtyerny View Post
That one made out of carbonfiber is pure sex.
The Shuttle?
Quote:
Originally Posted by pbpenguins412 View Post
^ you put my work to shame!
Not true, However...

My CrossFlow design has no equal. You can run ANY GPUs (2,3 or 4 of them) in a case that fits inside the Qpack.
The PS,Hdds,Optical and wiring is below so there is excellent cooling above.
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