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post #3401 of 3806 (permalink) Old 04-14-2013, 07:11 AM
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Good they are coming out with a window panel for FN. Too bad it isn't flush mount like some other models and that's the reason I cut my own for the $12 price of plexi and black acrylic silicon.

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Figured I'd take a before shot now. (dust galore) It's been running like this since I transferred the HTPC from the Cooler Master Centurion 540 to this A05NB. Probably been like 5½ months now pretty much 24/7 running (although Win7 sleep timeout 30mins so it does sleep most of the time, but still! biggrin.gif )

Ordered new parts for my HTPC. Waiting on the mb.. Perhaps the earliest I could have them is next friday but it's more than likely it is going to be at least two weeks.
Getting an Asrock B75M-ITX, Intel G2120 and some 1600/CL9 ram.
ITX board because well I do plan on migrating this system to some smaller case eventually, figured I might just as well get the small board now biggrin.gif
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Here's mine, with inverted front plate:



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Here's mine, with inverted front plate:
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I like it!
I like it a lot! thumb.gif

Couple of questions as I'm the curious sort:
What are your temps like?

I ask because I play with airflow and have found airflow across front of cooling intake fan can cause turbulence and decrease cooler airflow. If that is happening unplugging the back fan and using front fan as an intake might be better.

Also curious why you didn't put a bottom intake in and raise the case so you have 40-50mm bottom clearance for easy intake airflow. This would have given a direct flow of cool air to graphics card.

I have an old PC-50. Same basic case size but different layout. Been wondering how to lay it out. Think I'll do it like yours. Really like your front !
http://www.dansdata.com/jullls.htm
http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Hardware/Reviews/lianlipc50/

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I like it!
I like it a lot! thumb.gif

Couple of questions as I'm the curious sort:
What are your temps like?

I ask because I play with airflow and have found airflow across front of cooling intake fan can cause turbulence and decrease cooler airflow. If that is happening unplugging the back fan and using front fan as an intake might be better.

Also curious why you didn't put a bottom intake in and raise the case so you have 40-50mm bottom clearance for easy intake airflow. This would have given a direct flow of cool air to graphics card.

I have an old PC-50. Same basic case size but different layout. Been wondering how to lay it out. Think I'll do it like yours. Really like your front !
http://www.dansdata.com/jullls.htm
http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Hardware/Reviews/lianlipc50/

The temps are very good, the CPU is on max load at 50ºC ( AMD 1055T) and the GPU at 65ºC (gtx660)

Maybe in the future i will put a fan in the bottom, but now im happy with these temps.
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Thanks for the reply.

Those temps are very good. thumb.gif

Really nice job you did. thumb.gif

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