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post #1121 of 2861 (permalink) Old 12-03-2014, 06:56 AM
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How do you like the Gigabyte card? Does the 970 play well with the HD Plex? I was thinking of using them in a build.

I did some burn-in tests and benchmarking runs. The HDPLEX 250W isn't having any trouble powering the mobo (35W), GTX 970 (145W) , the Intel 4690K (84W) , and an M.2 SSD (4W) + fans (6W). Temp was 33 degrees. It has been reported to ouput 350W+ IF you keep it cool. If you use it, positioning it away from heatsources and near a fan and you may net some overclocking headroom.

The Gigabyte card is built solid. I didn't skip a beat during testing. I like it! But the radial open air cooling solution is a not a perfect match for uSFF builds. These builds typically have have restricted airflow challenges, with components very near to one another. If someone made it, I'd jump on a mITX 970 GPU had a blower fan which exhausted the heat out of the case and away from other components. Noise would take a hit, but it would be less risk to the system.

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OK I'm back.

I've added all those who wish to join the club, if I've missed you, please send me a PM. I'll be adding that as a requirement to join the club from now on.
I've updated some of my sff rigs as well. Will post pics later.

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Clean build, man. Here is my U2 build



I'll be putting it under water soon.

Nice, I've added you to the list

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An L1 for the uSFF club, 4.6L including 30W "brick"



Mobo: Asrock Q2900-ITX
RAM: G SKill SO-DIMM 2x4GB 1333
SSD: Samsung 128GB(actually swapped out from L2, package has a 256GB)
Wifi:Intel PCIE x1 slot card
PSU: Toshiba 30W 19V Brick + HD PLEX 150W(had it lying around way overkill)
Flash memory: Mfactors mini-PCIE to dual SD micro adapter
OS: Linux Mint
Case: Lone Industries L1

Added as well. How are the temps with the passive heatsink?

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Jimbags is the name
Case is my htpc Wesena e5 ultra low profile only about 57mm for mobo, cpu and cooler hoeght wise it comes in at 11.87 litres
Getting a NH N9i cpu cooler in the mail soon.
Also gonna get a proper gpu soon.

Will add more pics tonight
byw does have a lid just left it of to show how little height there is
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I haven't seen this company's cases on here, so I wanted to introduce my modest HTPC.

Abstruse:

Case: Sentey SS5-2514
Motherboard: ASRock A75M-ITX
CPU: AMD A4-3400
RAM: 4GB G.SKILL Ripjaws DDR3 1333MHz
HDD: 500GB Western Digital Black
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I'd like to join. I'm using a 4.2L Logic Supply MC600 case.


I don't see that case listed in the OP. I've got a Mini GTX 970 and Intel 4690K inside.
Build Log with Imgur Photo gallery over here


I'll be adding all 3 of your cases to the list later on.


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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)

Can I join the club?

Yep, I've added you to the list

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Got my i5-4690K and GTX 970 installed today along with 8 more GB of ram smile.gif

Zotac 970 fits in the Elite 110 with a little room to spare, even with the H60 thumb.gif

Terrible phone pics, but there's about 3/4 to 1" of room behind the card.

pkTQqVg.jpg


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To qualify as Ultra SFF (<7.0L) does the case have to be inside 7L based on internal volume or external measurements. Wondering if the community has reached consensus on this. Cheers.
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To be illegible, is it the inside volume or outside volume that counts? I'm building a custom case and I want to make sure I end up under 20 liters!

We go with the outside volume. small case feet and handles on something like the LianLi TU100/200 don't count.
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The Nebula page says it's 260x330x260, which is 22.308 L. This page says 206x330x206 which is 14L..

Is their product page wrong?
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I still see 260x260x330 on the Xigmatek page, however they do now have a white acrylic "C" version that's 260x260x305. And they have a new mini-itx case called Octans but pretty big at ~25L with a very Node 304-ish layout and a bulky plasticy front.


I've checked. Xigmatek's original page was wrong. The lenght was originally listed at 206, so now that we know its 22L, I'll be removing this case from the club list.
http://web.archive.org/web/20131231012458/http://www.xigmatek.com/product.php?productid=219&type=specification

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You can add me as an owner of the ISK600 case too, I posted a few pictures a few pages back smile.gif


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You can add me as an owner of the ISK600 case too, I posted a few pictures a few pages back smile.gif
Not to be an ass, but:
"...if I've missed you, please send me a PM. I'll be adding that as a requirement to join the club from now on." rolleyes.gif


Welcome back NFS! thumb.gif

Trying to make this work as a computer for my parents:
http://www.morgancomputers.co.uk/images/products/13112/5316/5316_large.jpg

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Added as well. How are the temps with the passive heatsink?

Temps are good, typically 40s-50sC when loaded a bit. Never ran Prime or anything on it, just digging the absolute silence.
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You can add me as an owner of the ISK600 case too, I posted a few pictures a few pages back smile.gif
Done. thumb.gif If you're using a short gpu, how come you choose such a 'long' case?


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Not to be an ass, but:
"...if I've missed you, please send me a PM. I'll be adding that as a requirement to join the club from now on." rolleyes.gif

Welcome back NFS! thumb.gif

Trying to make this work as a computer for my parents:
http://www.morgancomputers.co.uk/images/products/13112/5316/5316_large.jpg

There's nothing wrong with that, lots of clubs require you to send PM to join tongue.gif Besides, some people just post 1 pic in this thread and doesn't specify if they want to join or not.

If the dell supports m-itx formfactor, upgrade it with AMD's AM1 cpu. low power and cheap with good performance.



And finally, take a look at the jonsbo C2. Its sortof an matx case with 3 expansions slots at under 12L.

View more at the Gallery


For my SG05, the antec920 pump died and was replaced with an H80i in pull.
I also downgraded from the ST45SF-G to the 300w ST30SF since the 450w was too noisy and the SFX-L is taking too long.

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Done. thumb.gif If you're using a short gpu, how come you choose such a 'long' case

My MSI 280x Gaming is actually being RMA'd tongue.gif This 7790 is just temporary so I can still play games! The ISK600 is only temporary too. It's to hold my hardware until I finish building my sff scratch case (see sig)


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My ST45SF-G is acting up after 2 years of service. System suddenly reboots and then black screen until I power off.
Good news is that now I've got a v2.0 model with the updated fan. This one uses 'rectangular' fan blades instead of curved ones.
V2.0 has less wind noise compared to v1.0


Now, back to the jonsbo C2. The length of the case is 22cm so the good news is that my Asus 460gtx with a pcb length of 21.2cm will fit. I just need a new cooler.
The stock directCU cooler extends beyond the pcb by 3 cm.
I've looked at coolers from gelid and deepcool but they are all too long. I finally came across to the Coolerboss VG909. Now the total length is only around 21.6 cm which means it fits.



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Yep, I've added you to the list

Little Mac 4.2L is now officially sanctioned to fight for the unofficial FPS/Liter title. smile.gif Thanks NFSxperts!

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