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post #2851 of 2861 (permalink) Old 02-20-2018, 02:38 AM
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Hi all, I was pointed here by a forum member and figured I would ask to be added to the list!

I built a SFF system with an SilverStone SG13, but I modified the layout because I didn't like the restricting layout it came with. It's still a WIP so its still a little rough around the edges.

I mounted the PSU in front of the unit, and printed a new front cover that would hold my 1TB hard drive so I could keep the CPU area as open as possible. I also opened it up a little airflow wise so it might get some better cooling in the case. The new cover adds a liter to the overall volume and .625" overall length.

My goal is to be able to overclock my CPU to 3.7 or 3.8ghz on the stock heat-sink, and have the ability to fit a better cooler in the future.

Here is a link to my build thread if anyone is interested.

https://www.overclock.net/forum/50-sm...pic-heavy.html
Looks awesome! My first ITX build was in SG13. Used AIO back then. But moving PSU to the front like this opens possibilities.
You could fit a quite decent air cooler in there now. How tall cooler could you squeeze in there?

Layout reminds me of my Metis case:
https://www.overclock.net/photopost/d...05_092643.jpeg
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post #2852 of 2861 (permalink) Old 02-20-2018, 08:17 AM
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Looks awesome! My first ITX build was in SG13. Used AIO back then. But moving PSU to the front like this opens possibilities.
You could fit a quite decent air cooler in there now. How tall cooler could you squeeze in there?

Layout reminds me of my Metis case:
https://www.overclock.net/photopost/d...05_092643.jpeg
I'm not sure what the max size cooler will fit in there, I will see about measuring it. I might upgrade mine, but I'm really interested in seeing what I can make the stock cooler handle.


Also, WHY!?!?!? That is literally the case I was trying to build, yet I never knew it existed! HAHA. My friend is building a mini ITX system and hes going to use that case now, thanks for the link!!!


CPU: R7 1700 Memory: Patriot Viper 4 @3200mhz Video Card: Red Devil RX 580 8GB Motherboard: ASRock Fatal1ty B350 ITX
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I'm not sure what the max size cooler will fit in there, I will see about measuring it. I might upgrade mine, but I'm really interested in seeing what I can make the stock cooler handle.


Also, WHY!?!?!? That is literally the case I was trying to build, yet I never knew it existed! HAHA. My friend is building a mini ITX system and hes going to use that case now, thanks for the link!!!
Heh. Raijintek Metis fits perfectly for my needs once modded a bit. Added two fans to the top and oriented 90 degrees forward. It fits full size components.
Also it is pretty cheap for full aluminum case. At least in Europe. Not sure about pricing/availability in states.
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Did you guys see the glass side panel option for the Ncase M1 that is available for pre-order? I just bought mine 1 hour or so ago. All I need now is to figure out which cooler I will be using. It doesn't make it easy that I need a narrow ILM type cooler.

https://www.sfflab.com/collections/p...1-window-panel

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HG Computers Osmi - 8,1 litres - with custom sleeved cables.
Nice compact build, looks good.

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Mi lite mini-itx "Cop-Osiris"
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