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Just some cheap dlink antennas I got on ebay.

The included wifi chip wasnt that great so I am using a belkin usb wifi card.

Skype kept lagging really bad while playing online games, and the usb card seems to work better.
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The SFF club with MATX bugs me only because ITX and MATX are totally different. When you are researching a SFF ITX build you have no interest in MATX, it's just not the same. I see ITX as the future, why not be at the forefront and embrace it? I think the ITX crowd is more dedicated than we think. Once you realize you can build so much power in such a small place I cannot imagine going to a larger form.

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here is my 5 L custom case, mainly a d14 with some aluminum around it hahahaha. Very quiet.

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its been a while since i've updated my ISK100

so here is some pictures of my because i can ISK100 with A10 5800k





and i'll have a coolermaster elite 120 soon to join the family. kinda sad that my SG03 is 2.5L too big but hey it is still the current smallest matx that can fit 2 full length GPUs

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Silverstone SG05 / 222 x 176 x 276mm / 10.8L

Just Finished my SFF Build.





Love this Case. My only issue was that I didn't knew that the 3.5 HDD bay was optional so I had to put the 3.5 HDD on a side of the case.

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The SFF club with MATX bugs me only because ITX and MATX are totally different. When you are researching a SFF ITX build you have no interest in MATX, it's just not the same. I see ITX as the future, why not be at the forefront and embrace it? I think the ITX crowd is more dedicated than we think. Once you realize you can build so much power in such a small place I cannot imagine going to a larger form.
I know, I am glad I found this club.

Only way I ever slightly consider a matx build over there is if it has crossfire or sli gpus and is in a really small case.

Everyone wants to join when they have a matx build in a mid tower with 1 gpu in it and don't understand why people get mad at them. tongue.gif

I will probably always stick to mini itx for the rest of my builds and use a dual gpu card if I have to. smile.gif
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I'm still hoping for a uptick in mini-dtx models. Basically ITX with an extra expansion slot.

And yes, I wish my club had more of an ITX focus. When I started it, there were maybe 2 P55 ITX boards and that was it besides Atom and Via ones. How times have changed.

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I'm still hoping for a uptick in mini-dtx models. Basically ITX with an extra expansion slot.

And yes, I wish my club had more of an ITX focus. When I started it, there were maybe 2 P55 ITX boards and that was it besides Atom and Via ones. How times have changed.
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And mini dtx would be nice, but when you are using one dual slot gpu doesn't it block the other slot?
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And mini dtx would be nice, but when you are using one dual slot gpu doesn't it block the other slot?
Indeed, but you can:
  • Use a single-slot gpu
  • Use a riser or ribbon cable to put a pcie device elsewhere
  • Put the gpu in the second slot leaving the first open for a sound or raid card
  • Ignore the second slot and go on your merry way while using the same footprint as ITX
  • Watercool both GPUs gunner2.gif

https://www.overclock.net/t/1304413/build-log-of-unobtainable-x79-and-crossfire-in-a-white-bitfenix-prodigy


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