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post #2671 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-20-2016, 02:03 PM
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Pretty good! I guess if you're not really pushing the system you won't see much in the way of heat anyway even if it's tight in there. I'm sure you're itching to get your hands on some wholesale SFF i3 towers, should start becoming more an more plentiful tongue.gif

Never though about that! btw I almost forgot that HDD hass fn under it that cools the chip set and and the under side of the hdd.

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Well this should make some people happy, I know some have been searching for a low profile card more powerful than the GTX 750.

https://www.overclock3d.net/news/gpu_displays/msi_reveals_a_low-profile_gtx_1050ti_gpu/1

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Well this should make some people happy, I know some have been searching for a low profile card more powerful than the GTX 750.

https://www.overclock3d.net/news/gpu_displays/msi_reveals_a_low-profile_gtx_1050ti_gpu/1
Its about time

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The empty space in my SG05 has been driving me nuts so I caved and bought a Node 202 since it's on sale for $60 right now thumb.gif

Will post pics when it's here and built, also bought some Cablemod cables for my SF450 because I like to burn money.

Edit: Node 202 transplant complete thumb.gif



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post #2675 of 2861 (permalink) Old 11-26-2016, 11:58 AM
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hey guys! I'm upgrading to X99 for my main build and I want to use the i5 4690k I have for a pfSense box. Keeping spending to a minimum, I want to keep the mobo I have at the moment (Asrock z97 E-ITX). which unfortunately only has one GbE.
Since I'll need two ethernet ports for the box, I need to grab a Intel NIC and plug it in the pcie slot. Any suggestions regarding:
- pcie Intel NIC, as small as possible, minimum one ethernet port, won't be a problem if it has more than 1. looking to find the cheapest. which one should I get?
- a itx case with space for the pcie card but as small as possible. any case suggestions?
I have the low profile Noctua, which will take care of any cooling demand.

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This one may not be the smallest or the best mini-ITX case, but it is on sale for $10 after MIR:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147236&ignorebbr=1

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This one may not be the smallest or the best mini-ITX case, but it is on sale for $10 after MIR:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147236&ignorebbr=1

I bought one of those right after they were released, not a bad case but it is big. About the size of a wide m-atx.

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This one may not be the smallest or the best mini-ITX case, but it is on sale for $10 after MIR:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147236&ignorebbr=1

that's bigger than I expected. also. I'm from the UK, should have clarified that smile.gif
I've found a Intel 1000 CT & Intel 1000 GT, both at scan.uk at about 30 quid.
Case wise, the Logic Supply MC600 seems to fit the bill, although if possible I'd prefer something cheaper.
How can I power the mobo with that case? I have found pico PSU, but they only seems to have a 24pin, leaving the CPU 4pin not connected to power. how can I solve this?


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that's bigger than I expected. also. I'm from the UK, should have clarified that smile.gif
I've found a Intel 1000 CT & Intel 1000 GT, both at scan.uk at about 30 quid.
Case wise, the Logic Supply MC600 seems to fit the bill, although if possible I'd prefer something cheaper.
How can I power the mobo with that case? I have found pico PSU, but they only seems to have a 24pin, leaving the CPU 4pin not connected to power. how can I solve this?

http://www.mini-box.com/picoPSU-150-XT You could use something like this. Has 24 pin, 4 pin, 1 SATA and 1 Molex. Plugs into a power adapter.

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Anyone tried the kinetic cooler from thermalright, the Engine 27?

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Using custom-designed processor from AMD making use of Zen 2 and Navi architecture, Xbox Project Scarlett will be 4x more powerful than the Xbox One X. It'll be possible of running games at 120Hz frame rates, at potential 8K resolutions, while also showcasing fancy real-time ray-tracing tech. It's the works.
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