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post #1371 of 2861 (permalink) Old 03-16-2015, 02:04 AM
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There is the U12DXi4, but I'm not sure if it would be able to handle a E5-2699v3. Capable, but is it THAT capable?

And there's the revered Quadro K6000, but without support for ECC, wouldn't this all be a moot point? I was going to ask the same of the X99E-WS, since the server giants are bound to come up with 1P boards with C612 and not X99.

The U12DXi4 looks nice, I think it would be capable if its been listed for 1366 xeons etc. Noctua mske very capable and high quality coolers imho. My htpc run th NH-L9i. Its rated for 65w but it keeps my [email protected] 4.0Ghz in a restricted case in the mid 60's running prime 95. I couldnt find the rated cooling capacity of the U12DXi4 though? Anyone know?


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The U12DXi4 looks nice, I think it would be capable if its been listed for 1366 xeons etc. Noctua mske very capable and high quality coolers imho. My htpc run th NH-L9i. Its rated for 65w but it keeps my [email protected] 4.0Ghz in a restricted case in the mid 60's running prime 95. I couldnt find the rated cooling capacity of the U12DXi4 though? Anyone know?

These DX coolers are simply server-mounting versions of their consumer counterparts. U9DXi4 = U9B/U9S , U12DXi4 = U12S.

TDP ratings for coolers are often pretty inaccurate. Different manufacturers have different ideas regarding heat and TDP. And what if a user wants to OC? We all know that a lot of mainstream CPUs have their TDPs fly crazily out the window under OC, and some even under just Turbo.

The U12S, T40 and TC12DX sit on roughly the same level of perf, quite a bit higher than the 212 EVO.
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These DX coolers are simply server-mounting versions of their consumer counterparts. U9DXi4 = U9B/U9S , U12DXi4 = U12S.

TDP ratings for coolers are often pretty inaccurate. Different manufacturers have different ideas regarding heat and TDP. And what if a user wants to OC? We all know that a lot of mainstream CPUs have their TDPs fly crazily out the window under OC, and some even under just Turbo.

The U12S, T40 and TC12DX sit on roughly the same level of perf, quite a bit higher than the 212 EVO.
Big call tongue.gif my 212 evo I had on my 2500k did an awesome job!


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As I had mentioned I couple of pages back I was in the middle of planning my own custom build.
It's pretty much done! only paint/anodising left to do.

The size of the case is:
Without the front and back lips
21.75 cm x 26.225 cm x 4.76 cm = 2.715L

With the front and back lips:
21.75 cm x 27.5 cm x 5.81 cm = 3.475L

Specs:
CPU: Core i5-4670
Mobo: ASUS Q87T
GPU: GeForce GTX 970
RAM: 1x4GB SODIMM
PSU: 350W External brick/250W HD-Plex DC-DC Board
SSD: Sandisk 128GB X110 mSATA

Cooling:
Custom GPU and CPU block, Custom Radiator(2x80mm rad, 30FPI, 28.6mm thick) and a Custom reservoir

Buildlog can be found here

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As I had mentioned I couple of pages back I was in the middle of planning my own custom build.
It's pretty much done! only paint/anodising left to do.

The size of the case is:
Without the front and back lips
21.75 cm x 26.225 cm x 4.76 cm = 2.715L

With the front and back lips:
21.75 cm x 27.5 cm x 5.81 cm = 3.475L

Specs:
CPU: Core i5-4670
Mobo: ASUS Q87T
GPU: GeForce GTX 970
RAM: 1x4GB SODIMM
PSU: 350W External brick/250W HD-Plex DC-DC Board
SSD: Sandisk 128GB X110 mSATA

Cooling:
Custom GPU and CPU block, Custom Radiator(2x80mm rad, 30FPI, 28.6mm thick) and a Custom reservoir

Buildlog can be found here
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thumbsupsmiley.png awesome case dude
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As I had mentioned I couple of pages back I was in the middle of planning my own custom build.
It's pretty much done! only paint/anodising left to do.

The size of the case is:
Without the front and back lips
21.75 cm x 26.225 cm x 4.76 cm = 2.715L

With the front and back lips:
21.75 cm x 27.5 cm x 5.81 cm = 3.475L

Specs:
CPU: Core i5-4670
Mobo: ASUS Q87T
GPU: GeForce GTX 970
RAM: 1x4GB SODIMM
PSU: 350W External brick/250W HD-Plex DC-DC Board
SSD: Sandisk 128GB X110 mSATA

Cooling:
Custom GPU and CPU block, Custom Radiator(2x80mm rad, 30FPI, 28.6mm thick) and a Custom reservoir

Buildlog can be found here
Oh my god... That is excatly the way to do it! Beautiful!

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My old media player:
http://www.ms-tech.de/eng/index.php/product/detail/pdcid/66/pdid/293


Added two 3,5" drives. About 5mm clearance between heatsink and HDD.
But no upgradability and it ran quite hot when it was turned on.

So decided to get a new case:
http://www.cooltek.de/en/cubes/coolcube-mini/14/coolcube-mini (Also known as the jonsbo V2)
Added two "rails" at the top, gives support for 4x3,5" drives.
Looks quite ghetto, but works just fine.



About 10mm from tallest point on the motherboard to the harddrives and about the same from the case and to the harddrives opposite.

Added. Nice idea of adding the drive rails

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That L3 looks beautiful , anyone know if it takes dual slot low profile GPU ? I´ve been eyeing up the Gigabyte 750/TI lp

Posted this in the show your HTPC thread , did´nt realize this one existed.
I´m trying to go smaller each build , here´s mine 3.7lt Akasa crypto.


Added you as well. I thought there was another Akasa case in here. Guess you're the first one D:


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Originally Posted by QinX View Post

As I had mentioned I couple of pages back I was in the middle of planning my own custom build.
It's pretty much done! only paint/anodising left to do.

The size of the case is:
Without the front and back lips
21.75 cm x 26.225 cm x 4.76 cm = 2.715L

With the front and back lips:
21.75 cm x 27.5 cm x 5.81 cm = 3.475L

Specs:
CPU: Core i5-4670
Mobo: ASUS Q87T
GPU: GeForce GTX 970
RAM: 1x4GB SODIMM
PSU: 350W External brick/250W HD-Plex DC-DC Board
SSD: Sandisk 128GB X110 mSATA

Cooling:
Custom GPU and CPU block, Custom Radiator(2x80mm rad, 30FPI, 28.6mm thick) and a Custom reservoir

Buildlog can be found here

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Looking good. You planning on adding a handle on the top?

<div class="post-sig post-sig-limit shazam usersig-click"><div class="reparse-sig-lineheight"><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://www.overclock.net/t/1300645/usff-sff-club">The Official <span style="font-size:9px;">uSFF</span>/<span style="font-size:10px;">SFF</span> Club</a></div><span></span><br><span>GeForce2 MX 64 &lt; FX 5200 128 &lt; Mobility Radeon 9700 64 &lt; 8400M GS 128 &lt; 9800GT 512 &lt; GTX 460 1 &lt; 650Ti Boost 2 &lt; 650TI Boost SLI 2 &gt; 650Ti Boost 2 &lt; GTX 1070 8</span><br><br><span>rma amount of times: (# of times rma-ed/product failed after warranty period/products owned)</span><br><span>Antec AIO: 2/0/1 | Corsiar AIO: 1/0/2 | Corsair ddr2 sodimm ram: 2/0/2 | Adata ddr2 ram: 2/2/4 | Adata SSD: 2/0/1</span><br><span>WD Black: 1/0/2 | WD Green: 1/1/3 | SilverStone SFX PSU: 2/0/4 | MSI gpu: 1/1/2</span><br><br><span>Products I am avoiding: Sandforce Controller based SSD | TLC nand flash SSD | Asetek | Anything that has season passes</span></div></div>


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I am considering to build/buy pre-built SFF system to attach to to a TV.
I don't know where to start or what i should look for.
Any advices?

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I am considering to build/buy pre-built SFF system to attach to to a TV.
I don't know where to start or what i should look for.
Any advices?

Will it be just for Netflix? Will it need a dvd slot? Do you want to game on it too? Any size or noise restrictions?


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