Originally Posted by Laine
In progress scratch ATX SFF build, measures in at 17,4 litres so it's almost cheating.
X79 based workstation with an 8C/16T Xeon E5-2670 and 32GB of ram, GTX670 for GPU acceleration.
I recognized your name from your NUC build. Very nice job again.
This certainly isn't cheating. I just makes it a bit difficult to calculate the volume. I got 18.13L without accounting for the bit off the end so 17.4L sounds about right.
What's with the cooler looking slanted in the last pic?
and FYI, the cooler will have reduced performance if the heatpipe bends are at the top.
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