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post #341 of 2861 (permalink) Old 12-30-2013, 06:58 PM
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Then that calls for a nullification of the first ST45SF-G order I'll be placing from newegg. Gotta ghetto rig my splash with an ATX PSU and hold out until silverstone release it.

I don't suppose you know how much the unit may cost...? rolleyes.gif

Thanks for the info though mate!
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Then that calls for a nullification of the first ST45SF-G order I'll be placing from newegg. Gotta ghetto rig my splash with an ATX PSU and hold out until silverstone release it.

I don't suppose you know how much the unit may cost...? rolleyes.gif

Thanks for the info though mate!


And since there is basically no competition to them in that market, its gonna suck for a while. Considering MSRP for the 450 NOT-Gold is 59.99, there is definitely a premium being paid for the modularity.
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Just posting up my Project Kaveri photo's for the club! It's currently an Intel Atom platform, but changing real soon. My case is the Wesena ITX1 (without dvd slot). Link to build log in my sig.





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Just posting up my Project Kaveri photo's for the club! It's currently an Intel Atom platform, but changing real soon. My case is the Wesena ITX1 (without dvd slot). Link to build log in my sig.




I love that case, it's like the Mac Mini.

Up until this year I've had nothing but ATX/mATX systems but after seeing the Prodigy I just had to get a mITX for my next build, and it's pretty fun to build something of this size. The Prodigy might be a fatso compared to the SFF cases in this topic, but I'd like to do another build in a smaller case. Custom made, affordable and still very powerful.
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The PSU news is so exciting! Overclocking my Titan shuts down my whole PC. I'll probably order on day one! (I hope it's a bit quieter than the G)
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post #346 of 2861 (permalink) Old 01-03-2014, 03:35 AM
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Check this out guys.
https://www.overclock.net/t/1456102/nfc-systems-s3-and-s3-mini-itx-cases

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Check this out guys.
https://www.overclock.net/t/1456102/nfc-systems-s3-and-s3-mini-itx-cases
Looks neat but the requirement for an external power brick will kill it for most people here.

Why do we mount round fans on square radiators?


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You'd have a very hard time keeping anything that uses more than 250W cool anyway.

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You'd have a very hard time keeping anything that uses more than 250W cool anyway.
I wouldn't think so, that case is mostly mesh.

Why do we mount round fans on square radiators?


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It also has a 8 inch limit on gpu length and you're not putting any coolers significantly taller than Intel's in it,so again,good luck cooling an extreme OC. It's not what the case was designed for. You could get a decent OC on both the gpu and CPU,but nothing voltage cranking.

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