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post #1871 of 2861 (permalink) Old 09-06-2015, 07:42 PM
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I've had this build for almost 3 years now - recently RMA'ed the motherboard so thought I'd snap a few pictures while it was open.

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Intel Core i5-2500k
2 x 4gb Samsung DDR3 "Magic Ram"
Plextor 256gb ssd
Zotac GTX570
Silverstone SFX 450W V1

Cooling
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Asetek 760GC CPU + GPU Liquid Cooler (120mm x 50mm Radiator)
Gentle Typhoon AP-15

I have been looking for a Asetek 760GC forever, but they are soooo hard to find, how well did it cool your 570 and 2500k?
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The mac pro clone case. Vast Dust Man Pi itx case.
This will replace my htpc.

At 206mm in diameter and 276 tall, if I still remember the formula, π103²*276, which is 9.2L.
It's a m-itx case supporting SFX PSU, single slot low profile card and cpu coolers up to 60mm tall. 1 2.5" ssd and 13.5" hdd.
The top i/o has a power and reset button, a 3 speed fan switch and a hdd light. There are no usb ports.
The side panels have a rubberized finish, similar to the ones found on mouse grips. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Vast Dust Man gallery

That certainly looks interesting, but also very cheaply made. Why did you choose to install your SSD like that?
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The mac pro clone case. Vast Dust Man Pi itx case.
This will replace my htpc.

At 206mm in diameter and 276 tall, if I still remember the formula, π103²*276, which is 9.2L.
It's a m-itx case supporting SFX PSU, single slot low profile card and cpu coolers up to 60mm tall. 1 2.5" ssd and 13.5" hdd.
The top i/o has a power and reset button, a 3 speed fan switch and a hdd light. There are no usb ports.
The side panels have a rubberized finish, similar to the ones found on mouse grips.

Vast Dust Man gallery
Wow, nice find, NFSxperts. How did you find it and where did you get it?

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My Array R2 with matx mobo and atx psu.




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My Array R2 with matx mobo and atx psu.




Moar pictures please.


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post #1878 of 2861 (permalink) Old 09-07-2015, 01:39 PM
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I figure you guys are most likely to know this. Where exactly is 14nm?! The only thing I can reliably find for sale are Broadwell Xeon D-1540 boards, and I have to assume it's because the stock is "high," but the demand is very low. Not even D-1520 boards are available, at least not easily. There don't seem to be any Airmont or Cherry Trail systems available either, sort of like how there's so many J1900 boards. And finally, there are no Broadwell Core chips (except for the almost-out-of-stock i5-5675C) or Xeon E3s at all.

Is 14nm just not going to happen? Are we stuck with Haswell for another year?

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post #1879 of 2861 (permalink) Old 09-08-2015, 08:57 AM
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Moar pictures please.

Here are some more.
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Damn that looks tight.

It's, but not too much wink.gif

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Is that an mATX mod on the Array R2 case? Sweet!
Yep, it's just that, bit to do still.. Better cooling for CPU, H80i was too loud, and now temps aint that good, going to test double 120mm intake fan if I can make it fit, and GPU needs upgrading.. Tempted to try SLI.. rolleyes.gif












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I have been looking for a Asetek 760GC forever, but they are soooo hard to find, how well did it cool your 570 and 2500k?

Yea, I think they are out of business.
CPU maxes < 65C
GPU maxes < 55C

Cooling is great. Dare I say it is the best cooling solution for this case.
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