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post #371 of 2861 (permalink) Old 01-19-2014, 05:29 PM - Thread Starter
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Be quiet announced a new sfx psu on CES .400 watt bronze, doesn't sound to exciting but it is all I need with my setup, I hope it'll be quiet.

Also add me to the club with my node 304. The noctua NH-D14 in there makes it dense for sure. I don't use any of the hard drive cages though so that's wasted space for me. I will be migrating to the Ncase M1 once I find a suitable quiet PSU.
Got any pictures of the internals so I can add a link next to your name?

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Here is my allmost finished, hardly modded Cooltek/Jonsbo U2-ITX case.



Somekinda project log: https://www.overclock.net/t/1442893/project-ot-ov-ultimate-watercooled-cooltek-u2-5-1-update/0_50#post_21519953
That is simply amazing. Very nice design. That front/side panel design is what coolermaster should have gone with their new HAF case.

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That is my next option and it is half the price of the Q03 on Newegg. I love Lian-li cases, but would like the option for a better gfx card at some point. I'm going to look for some jonsbo builds.

That would be my next choice as well, but keep in mind that there's no place for a case fan and cpu cooler options are limited.
http://www.jonsbo.com/en/images/g101/r09.jpg
If you don't mind, the SilverStone SG06 is a popular case as well.

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That would be my next choice as well, but keep in mind that there's no place for a case fan and cpu cooler options are limited.
http://www.jonsbo.com/en/images/g101/r09.jpg
If you don't mind, the SilverStone SG06 is a popular case as well.

I really like the cube/tower style over the shoebox design. We'll see, I keep getting slightly bigger each time I look at my options biggrin.gif Wanted to stay really small, but I don't want to overheat either.
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I really like the cube/tower style over the shoebox design. We'll see, I keep getting slightly bigger each time I look at my options biggrin.gif Wanted to stay really small, but I don't want to overheat either.

The SG05 is more cube than shoebox!! And it's got a nice big 120mm fan up front.......
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That fan works wonders,especially on the hard drives. My system is prancing along in the 30s and the ambient is usually 27°C or so.

Good things come to those who wait.
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Heres my another SFF:

Totally modded Lian li Q08 tongue.gif



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I decided to reduce the volume of my gaming system from the modded PC-Q02 (6.9L) that I think I posted in this thread somewhere to a scratch build (2.9L). Still a work in progress, but all that is left is sanding, finishing, prep, and paint... the cramming and wiring is complete biggrin.gif



More info: over in the buildlog thread at H
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Some internal shots from when I installed my second ssd. Now have 750gb ssd storage: awesome.


Hmm doesn't let me upload other pics. Well they are crappy anyways wink.gif

Ah this one works: ncase tease.

First rig complete and loving it! thumb.gif


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post #378 of 2861 (permalink) Old 01-20-2014, 06:43 PM - Thread Starter
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Added 2 more cases.
and unfortunately, the Lian-Li Q08 is over 20L frown.gif
still, it looks very nice. I thought it was a bitfenix before I noticed you had rotated it upside down.
Lian-Li PC-TU100
170 x 277 x 252mm / 11.9L
m-itx, double slot gpu, SFX PSU
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Lian-Li PC-Q33
229 x 328 x 240mm / 18L
m-itx, double slot gpu, ATX PSU
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Just a notification, the New Silverstone RVZ01 Mitx 14 litre case is out and so is the SG08 Lite is out.
The SG08 is now updated to properly support single radiators of 120mm to 140mm. Not sure about a 180mm but i am sure you can fit one there if you mod a bit.
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Just a notification, the New Silverstone RVZ01 Mitx 14 litre case is out and so is the SG08 Lite is out.
The SG08 is now updated to properly support single radiators of 120mm to 140mm. Not sure about a 180mm but i am sure you can fit one there if you mod a bit.

I spoke with Joel @silverstone yesterday, and since there was a German "leak" about the 600watt Gold SFX PSU, I can fully confirm that there WILL be a SFX gold 600 fully modular, and it's slated for release either end of Q1-2014 or beginning of Q2-2014, no pricing info as of yet, I was trying to convince him that it should replace the 450gold at its price point and keep the 450 and 300 non-modular PSU's, since I'm sure most people looking at the 450G would probably just rather buy the 600G instead.........

The RVZ01 is set to land at the port of Long Beach around the 27th of January, should be shipping out to fulfill orders the following week.
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