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post #2411 of 2861 (permalink) Old 03-07-2016, 03:15 AM
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Project mATX has 5 slots wink.gif

That was only a rule in the "beastly" club thread, I believe since someone posted pics of the 56 liter CaseLabs Mercury S5 and got upset when people called it huge.


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That was only a rule in the "beastly" club thread, I believe since someone posted pics of the 56 liter CaseLabs Mercury S5 and got upset when people called it huge.

No I mean he put it has 7 slots, but it has 5
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That was only a rule in the "beastly" club thread, I believe since someone posted pics of the 56 liter CaseLabs Mercury S5 and got upset when people called it huge.
I wouldn't call 56 liter huge. But I wouldn't call it small for factor either.

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Added you. Nice build



Also added 2 custom cases
Project Flip
299 x 165 x 405 / 19.9807L
[ATX, 7 slots, ATX PSU]
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|matx, 7 slots, SFX PSU|
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Just wanted to add that you can use an ATX PSU with the Project MATX case.

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Just wanted to add that you can use an ATX PSU with the Project MATX case.

thanks, Fixed.

<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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moved yesterday from a Arc Mini R2 to a SG13.
The Noctua cooler is incredible!





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Got my new workstation mostly complete.



Mine on the left. Girlfriends on the right. Her is about 12L, mine is around 16L.
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last time I will ask (I will go to the store in an hour if no negative responses!) but I would like an m.2 for some heavy SSD use (4k read/write) and I am planning on buying the Samsung 950 evo 2280 m.2 512 GB ssd. I think I would need to install this before any other parts of my computer; mine has just arrived and I am waiting on hearing something about this before installation. I am concerned about temperatures. The m.2 drive gets up to 100 degrees celcius during heavy loads. Has anyone used this in their SFF cases? I am about to build in an SG13.
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What's the motherboard? If the m.2 is on the top I could see heat being a problem. I have an mSATA drive next to the CPU socket on my B85N Phoenix board and I have seen it hit 70C before even with a tower cooler. I don't have an m.2 drive but I think you would be safe with the 950 on a board as long as you have decent cooling. A closed loop liquid cooler may help as it would pull the CPU heat away from the board.
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