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post #1091 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-06-2014, 06:43 PM
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Just fit a Corsair H60 in my sig rig with the rad on the inside of the case and the fan behind the front panel. Had to drill out the 140mm fan mounts with a stepped bit, so that the 140mm fan mounts wouldn't push the rad back too far for the fan screws to get some threads in the rad. CPU sitting at 23C-27C at idle, it's about 21C in my room. Super quiet, too, can't really hear the fan over my A/C unit. thumb.gif

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post #1092 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-07-2014, 12:03 AM
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Super quiet, too, can't really hear the fan over my A/C unit. thumb.gif
Sounds like the music of life. Hail Sithis!

Apart from that: give pics!!! tongue.gif It is quite tight in there now, isn't it? I mean there's not that much space for a rad from what I have seen of this case.

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post #1093 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-07-2014, 11:55 AM
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WOW! Got my M350 in the mail today. Don't actually have a build planned for it, lol. This thing is tiny. Compared to my 990FX motherboard, its footprint covers up down to the second PCIe slot and right before the RAM slots. It's as tall as the heatpipes and a few fins on a Hyper 212+. Very impressed with it so far.

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post #1094 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-08-2014, 01:02 AM
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Sounds like the music of life. Hail Sithis!

Apart from that: give pics!!! tongue.gif It is quite tight in there now, isn't it? I mean there's not that much space for a rad from what I have seen of this case.

Here's a terrible potato pic while I was still working on it...

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and here's the album of the original build on imgur:

http://imgur.com/a/q2j1K#0

I plan on getting an i5 K model Broadwell cpu and either the Zotac 970 or Gigabyte mITX 970 next.

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post #1095 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-10-2014, 10:16 AM
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The picture of the computer I built for my wife is (at last!) there:

Created with GIMP

H-FRame Mini (green version), with
- A8-7600 APU
- Asrock FM2-A88X motherboard
- 2*4 Go 2133 MHz ADATA RAM (low profile)
- 64 Go SSD (OCZ Agility 3)
- 1 To HDD Hitachi Travelstar 5k1000
- Silverstone slim slot-in ODD
- Scythe Big Shuriken Rev 2 CPU cooler (a pain to cable around it, but awesome cooling and not audible at 750 RPM)

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post #1096 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-10-2014, 11:52 AM
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Great build Hasdrubal! I believe you meant to say "H-Frame mini" instead, and it is one of my favorite cases. I would like to see more builds in it.
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post #1097 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-10-2014, 01:51 PM
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Great build Hasdrubal! I believe you meant to say "H-Frame mini" instead, and it is one of my favorite cases. I would like to see more builds in it.

Yes indeed, this is the H-Frame Mini( post edited).
The case is gorgeous and oozes quality and craftmanship (to compare 2 cases in the premium segment and the same price range, I was quite disappointed by the engineering and quality of the Silverstone FT05 compared to the H-Frame, also the cooling is awesome).

I'm surprised too that there aren't more H-Frame mini builds here, it's the perfect wife computer case ^^
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This H-frame build got me drooling over the possibilities of a water cooling setup with it.



Just add a low profile GPU. It made me realize it's possible to keep it around 10 liters in size as well!
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My i5-4690K and Zotac 970 will be in tomorrow thumb.gif I may have to move the rad over a tiny bit, but that will only require drilling some screw holes.

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I'm surprised too that there aren't more H-Frame mini builds here, it's the perfect wife computer case ^^

Why's that?
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