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post #1801 of 2861 (permalink) Old 08-17-2015, 01:52 AM - Thread Starter
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Modded cooltek U1, my primary gaming rig:

Asrock Z97-ITX motherboard
i5-4690k (at 4.5Ghz)
8GB DDR3
120GB SSD
KFA2 GTX970 4GB Grapichs
Silverstone SFX 600w modular psu
nanoxia sleeved cables

2x80mm fans at bottom intake
120mm exhaust
120mm intake pwm controlled
80mm enermax pwm controlled for cpu

Temps in BF4 gaming:

CPU max. 72c
MB max. 45c
GPU max.70c


Added you. Our first U1 owner. The top grill looks great, but the front grill spoils the look abit.

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I've been wanting to mod my ISK600 for quite a while now. For the past few days I have been working hard to make this happen.

Mod list
-Perforated side panels for GPU and radiator air flow
-Cut away to place the radiator along holes for mounting
-3rd SSD mounting under the 2x SSD caddy for moar SSD fun
-LED strip under the GPU
-Front panel LED removal (including HDD activity)
-GPU bracket with foam to keep the GPU properly placed (two side taped)
-Dremeled the fan for the CPU block bracket


Wow, that is very packed. Good job

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Here is my Rosewill Legacy U2 build, being prepared for watercooling. I will be using soft tubing for now, but want to move to hard tubing for the final version.




You can see more in my build log.
That looks very nice. CAn't believe you packed 2 radiators into that thing.

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So I'm disappointed yet somewhat happy. The GTX 950 looks like it has so much potential, yet everything is massive. Guys. Come on. It's a 750Ti with a sixth SMM and twice the ROPs. It's a 960 with 3/4 the SMMs. Why can't we have smaller versions of this?! Its TDP is two digits! TWO! (I assume, given how cool both full GM107 and full GM206 are.)

On a positive note, this means the 750Ti + mod wasn't actually a horrible idea! wheee.gif

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So I'm disappointed yet somewhat happy. The GTX 950 looks like it has so much potential, yet everything is massive. Guys. Come on. It's a 750Ti with a sixth SMM and twice the ROPs. It's a 960 with 3/4 the SMMs. Why can't we have smaller versions of this?! Its TDP is two digits! TWO! (I assume, given how cool both full GM107 and full GM206 are.)

On a positive note, this means the 750Ti + mod wasn't actually a horrible idea! wheee.gif

I mean even the 970 comes in small PCBs, I bet they could easily make it short and low profile.


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I mean even the 970 comes in small PCBs, I bet they could easily make it short and low profile.

They could, but they'd go and charge extra for the "mini-ITX edition". That's how they make $$$
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The reference card posted in NVidia's site is pretty small, though.

I'm actually disappointed at the power specs. TDP went up by 50% compared to the 750Ti, and the reference card has a 6-pin connector now. I guess I was expecting too much of a power efficiency leap from Maxwell 1 to 2.

But I'll wait for the reviews to see some actual power output numbers. As I know the bios in the 750Ti actually limits power to 38w I will expect this card to not reach close to its rated maximum either.
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Remember, there are a lot more ROPs. The back-end pipeline costs quite a few watts.

I'm not sure how many would be expected however, but it's an increase regardless. Uh... 650Ti vs 650Ti Boost is a good comparison, as is a 660Ti vs a 670 if you want to see a (smaller) effect on Kepler.

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So I'm disappointed yet somewhat happy. The GTX 950 looks like it has so much potential, yet everything is massive. Guys. Come on. It's a 750Ti with a sixth SMM and twice the ROPs. It's a 960 with 3/4 the SMMs. Why can't we have smaller versions of this?! Its TDP is two digits! TWO! (I assume, given how cool both full GM107 and full GM206 are.)

On a positive note, this means the 750Ti + mod wasn't actually a horrible idea! wheee.gif

big sells, idiots take one look at the amount of fans and think that must be better

look how stupid a G1 cooler is on a 960.

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big sells, idiots take one look at the amount of fans and think that must be better

look how stupid a G1 cooler is on a 960.

Hey, don't get me started on the 750 Ti Strix tongue.gif

Looks like I'd go with the base EVGA or Zotac cards if I want a 950 on the smaller side.
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Here are some more Screenshots of the Components inside my Chieftec IX-03B:


Mainboard (ASUS H81T Thin mITX) with installed RAM & mSATA SSD


Size Comparsion between SilverStone Nitrogon NT07-115X & Intel Boxed


Case with Mainboard


Empty Case




Soo, i want to build a gaming rig in a mITX case as small as possible - but it is so hard to choose a case tongue.gif.

I want to re-use my be Quiet! Pure Power L8 430W ATX PSU, so maybe the Cooltek Coolcube (=jonsbo V3+) will be fine.
It is veeery small but fits my PSU. I only need a new ITX Graphics Card then. Maybe the R9 Nano or so.
And i think for good cooling i must mod the case maybe. I dont want 4x 40mm little weak, screaming fans.
Maybe 2x 80mm or 1x 120mm Front intake and 80mm Top outtake - what do you think?

Rest of the hardware will be:

ASRock H97M-ITX/ac
2x 4GB DDR3-1600 RAM
i5-4460
and a Raijintek Pallas or similar
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So I'm disappointed yet somewhat happy. The GTX 950 looks like it has so much potential, yet everything is massive. Guys. Come on. It's a 750Ti with a sixth SMM and twice the ROPs. It's a 960 with 3/4 the SMMs. Why can't we have smaller versions of this?! Its TDP is two digits! TWO! (I assume, given how cool both full GM107 and full GM206 are.)

On a positive note, this means the 750Ti + mod wasn't actually a horrible idea! wheee.gif

Same here, I wish we'd go back to single slot coolers for low power cards.
I'm happy with a 750ti, too bad it doesn't support sli

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Here are some more Screenshots of the Components inside my Chieftec IX-03B:


Mainboard (ASUS H81T Thin mITX) with installed RAM & mSATA SSD

Size Comparsion between SilverStone Nitrogon NT07-115X & Intel Boxed

Case with Mainboard


Empty Case



Soo, i want to build a gaming rig in a mITX case as small as possible - but it is so hard to choose a case tongue.gif.

I want to re-use my be Quiet! Pure Power L8 430W ATX PSU, so maybe the Cooltek Coolcube (=jonsbo V3+) will be fine.
It is veeery small but fits my PSU. I only need a new ITX Graphics Card then. Maybe the R9 Nano or so.
And i think for good cooling i must mod the case maybe. I dont want 4x 40mm little weak, screaming fans.
Maybe 2x 80mm or 1x 120mm Front intake and 80mm Top outtake - what do you think?

Rest of the hardware will be:

ASRock H97M-ITX/ac
2x 4GB DDR3-1600 RAM
i5-4460
and a Raijintek Pallas or similar

Nice, I'll add your new links.
Have you considered the SilverStone SG13? Aluminum cases with no front intake have problems removing heat from the case so temps get quite toasty inside.

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