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post #12761 of 13202
plenty of good watercooling options in Jonsbo's newest itx case:

http://www.jonsbo.com/en/products_35_1.html

I'd probably mount some sort of pump/res combo on the HDD/SSD mounting wall, then a pair of 120 rads on each of the fan locations.
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plenty of good watercooling options in Jonsbo's newest itx case:

http://www.jonsbo.com/en/products_35_1.html

I'd probably mount some sort of pump/res combo on the HDD/SSD mounting wall, then a pair of 120 rads on each of the fan locations.

Yeah that is pretty cool. You could also mount a pump/res on one of those fan mounts on the bottom fan.
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Hey gang,

I'm looking for an AsRock X99E-ITX/ac do you know where I can find one that ships to canada? Or maybe an alternative?

Cheers,
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Hey gang,

I'm looking for an AsRock X99E-ITX/ac do you know where I can find one that ships to canada? Or maybe an alternative?

Cheers,

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157588 Newegg Canada has them.
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As of my post Newegg and NCIX were out of stock.
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As of my post Newegg and NCIX were out of stock.

Yeah when I looked NCIX showed out of stock but Newegg showed them in stock.
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post #12767 of 13202
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plenty of good watercooling options in Jonsbo's newest itx case:

http://www.jonsbo.com/en/products_35_1.html

I'd probably mount some sort of pump/res combo on the HDD/SSD mounting wall, then a pair of 120 rads on each of the fan locations.

drool.gif That's so sweet looking! I wonder how a NH-D15/S and a high end card would run in that case.
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This is a bit of a long shot but since you here are familiar with small form factor builds and I'm new to the forums, and frankly haven't found anything that useful from my searches while lurking, I'll post my questions here;

I'm looking to build my first ever PC. A gaming PC capable of running 1080p 60fps easily, more towards to the +100hz mark, and 1440p 60fps when I have the funds for a monitor. The thing is, I've always had a crush on ITX builds and I really want to do one just for the sake of it. My question lies here:

Would a Define Nano S be sufficient for my build when using an aftermarket GTX 1070 and air cooling for the whole package? I'm worried about thermal throttling for the GPU, and thermals over all, just because I come from a laptop which could literally boil water with its components. As much as I'd over a ITX build, I won't do it if the thermals would be anything more than tolerable.

My second question is: Is it a wise choice to go for a SFX PSU to give the GPU more breathing room? Is there any downsides on SFX compared to a normal ATX PSU?

And third and the last question for now: What kind of fan setup is advised to have on the Define Nano S? I reckon that one exhaust, two intakes and the CPU cooler fans would suffice, but is that so? Also what kind of fans are advised to be used and should the usage as an intake or as an exhaust matter when choosing fans?

http://de.pcpartpicker.com/user/dAEN/saved/b4bFf7 Here is a PCPP build draft I've made, please do take a look at it and point out anything that would seem like a bad bet. Also be sure to guide me to a thread more suitable for my concerns, if you happen to know one. Thanks beforehand!
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This is a bit of a long shot but since you here are familiar with small form factor builds and I'm new to the forums, and frankly haven't found anything that useful from my searches while lurking, I'll post my questions here;

I'm looking to build my first ever PC. A gaming PC capable of running 1080p 60fps easily, more towards to the +100hz mark, and 1440p 60fps when I have the funds for a monitor. The thing is, I've always had a crush on ITX builds and I really want to do one just for the sake of it. My question lies here:

Would a Define Nano S be sufficient for my build when using an aftermarket GTX 1070 and air cooling for the whole package? I'm worried about thermal throttling for the GPU, and thermals over all, just because I come from a laptop which could literally boil water with its components. As much as I'd over a ITX build, I won't do it if the thermals would be anything more than tolerable.

My second question is: Is it a wise choice to go for a SFX PSU to give the GPU more breathing room? Is there any downsides on SFX compared to a normal ATX PSU?

And third and the last question for now: What kind of fan setup is advised to have on the Define Nano S? I reckon that one exhaust, two intakes and the CPU cooler fans would suffice, but is that so? Also what kind of fans are advised to be used and should the usage as an intake or as an exhaust matter when choosing fans?

http://de.pcpartpicker.com/user/dAEN/saved/b4bFf7 Here is a PCPP build draft I've made, please do take a look at it and point out anything that would seem like a bad bet. Also be sure to guide me to a thread more suitable for my concerns, if you happen to know one. Thanks beforehand!
Welcome!

You'll find that lots of people cram high-end cards into small cases. Smaller cases actually offer more surface area for their volume, so airflow isn't always an issue. I don't have experience with the Define Nano S but I'm sure plenty of people here have used it.
post #12770 of 13202
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Originally Posted by 42 degree angle View Post

This is a bit of a long shot but since you here are familiar with small form factor builds and I'm new to the forums, and frankly haven't found anything that useful from my searches while lurking, I'll post my questions here;

I'm looking to build my first ever PC. A gaming PC capable of running 1080p 60fps easily, more towards to the +100hz mark, and 1440p 60fps when I have the funds for a monitor. The thing is, I've always had a crush on ITX builds and I really want to do one just for the sake of it. My question lies here:

Would a Define Nano S be sufficient for my build when using an aftermarket GTX 1070 and air cooling for the whole package? I'm worried about thermal throttling for the GPU, and thermals over all, just because I come from a laptop which could literally boil water with its components. As much as I'd over a ITX build, I won't do it if the thermals would be anything more than tolerable.

My second question is: Is it a wise choice to go for a SFX PSU to give the GPU more breathing room? Is there any downsides on SFX compared to a normal ATX PSU?

And third and the last question for now: What kind of fan setup is advised to have on the Define Nano S? I reckon that one exhaust, two intakes and the CPU cooler fans would suffice, but is that so? Also what kind of fans are advised to be used and should the usage as an intake or as an exhaust matter when choosing fans?

http://de.pcpartpicker.com/user/dAEN/saved/b4bFf7 Here is a PCPP build draft I've made, please do take a look at it and point out anything that would seem like a bad bet. Also be sure to guide me to a thread more suitable for my concerns, if you happen to know one. Thanks beforehand!

The thermals should be plenty acceptable, and the SFX PSU is definitely a good choice to improve your GPU temps. And the SFX-L PSU you've chosen pretty much has no downsides compared to a regular ATX PSU.

I find it odd that you chose a lot of Noctua products for a Windowed ITX case, as I assume it'll be in sight on your desk? Why not go for some a little more visually appealing fans/cooler?
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