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post #2481 of 2861 (permalink) Old 03-29-2016, 03:00 PM
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That's a bummer, but you bring up a good point. Some official measurements include the case feet and some don't.
There are also cases that are not rectangular shaped and those specs just list the longest lengths.
Should we measure it by the amount of space it would take up if we were to fit it into the smallest rectangular box possible?

There's been so much discussion about this, and as this is your club, you get to decide upon this no matter what.
Personally, I feel like the volume, protrusions excluded, should be what counts.

To me, the important part about the volume metric is to somewhat realistically quantify how portable a system is, so all cases get their volume assigned by the smallest enclosing trivial solid, (pyramid, cylinder, box, sphere) and protrusions like case feet or PCIe retention brackets are excluded.
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post #2482 of 2861 (permalink) Old 03-29-2016, 04:29 PM
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After all this time, I finally put the geeekmax case to use. Was waiting on the corsair sfx and now I just have to leak test then put in some dye. I changed the front panel for a more physical button since I hated the stock power buttons.



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Hey guys,
I was browsing through the various cases listed in the first thread post, and had a question about the Primo P115EA. It looks like it's mostly sold on Chinese websites, but I was wondering if anyone has been able to purchase it from an American (or at least English) site? I'd really like to get one to mess around with. Any info would be appreciated.


Haven't seen it on any english sites but I believe it's also available in Europe, I remember seeing some french sites that had it (not Cowcotland).



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post #2484 of 2861 (permalink) Old 03-31-2016, 12:16 PM
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I just finished my SFF build


EVGA Hadron Hydro, Full custom watercooling. i5-4690k @ 4.6GHz, 2 R9 Nanos @ 1050 core and 550 mem + 10% power limit, Samsung 840 Pro SSD, Silverston SX600-G psu, Gigabyte Z97 mATX board. Running the bottom radiator passive and the top radiator with 120mm Yate Loon 1200rpm fans. CPU at load is staying around 50-55C and the GPUs are staying around 55-60C. Alot better than stock where the GPUs were running at 85C at the thermal limit lol.
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https://www.caseking.de/silverstone-sst-ml05b-milo-htpc-gehaeuse-schwarz-gesv-311.html

Any way to get a 750 TI in this bad boy?

Try as I might, I can't figure out a way to beat the TU100 in portability. frown.gif
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post #2486 of 2861 (permalink) Old 04-04-2016, 03:23 PM
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SilverStone Milo ML06-E has the PSU on the rear left and the motherboard on the right thus you could drop in a low profile GTX 750 Ti.
It costs at least EUR 30.- more than the ML05, though.

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post #2487 of 2861 (permalink) Old 04-04-2016, 03:30 PM
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post #2488 of 2861 (permalink) Old 04-05-2016, 08:59 PM
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Alright, I wanted to build a super small rig and as it so happened, the person who commissioned me to build a computer agreed.

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Fans: Pair of Silverstone slim fans
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Awww, look at the widdle baby rig. tongue.gif And yes I did sound foam it.

Sucker somehow stays silent even under Furmark load with the GPU topping at 81C and 44% fan speed. I feel the Noctua may not be enough or is simply positioned poorly to be made the most of, without a dedicated intake fan it doesn't really have any direction. Either way, it doesn't throttle in Prime, so that's good.

As a side note, the XFX Fury does not actually fit in the 202 as the 202's case cant not accomidate more than 2 slots; the XFX is 2.5. So I bent it. Problem solved. It is also JUST BARELY able to fit; you'll see in the pictures.

Built in worse if I'm honest. It's a dense little bugger, I'll give it that.

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There's the NF-A9 PWM by Noctua, a 92mm fan with the same color scheme but 25mm height i/o the normal 14mm NF-A9x14 PWM. Might help you. On the other hand: is that the CM HAF Stacker in the background? Holy cow, that's ginourmus compared to the Node.

Edit: added PWM remark to NF-A9

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Got a bargain today. i7 2600, matx h61 mobo, 8Gb ddr3 RAM, plus BD/ODD ETC... $100 AUD$
Swapped the i5 2500 in htpc for i7 2600, Upgraded from 4Gb to 8Gb.. Now have an i5 2500,asus h61m, 4gb PC to sell :-D Oh also has Win7 key intact for mobo. Chucked in spare hdd and psu all works so full pc to sell. In my mind upgrade was pretty much free. Person thought motherboard was dead as hdd kept dying even brand new ones, It was the psu mobo is 100% fine.
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