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post #471 of 2861 (permalink) Old 02-16-2014, 07:57 PM
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post #472 of 2861 (permalink) Old 02-26-2014, 06:10 PM - Thread Starter
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Built my 2nd SG05 rig few days ago. (first one had i5-3570K + GTX 560 Ti 448 core edition, which I sold a while ago.)



The build's not complete though, I'll upgrade the CPU someday + get better cooler, but for now, i3 + stock cooler is more than enough.

Looking good. All those wires looks like its blocking some airflow thou.


Added another uSFF case to the list
Thermaltake SD100 Mini
318 x 268 x 70mm / 6.0L
m-itx, no gpu, 120W Flex-ATX
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<div class="post-sig post-sig-limit shazam usersig-click"><div class="reparse-sig-lineheight"><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://www.overclock.net/t/1300645/usff-sff-club">The Official <span style="font-size:9px;">uSFF</span>/<span style="font-size:10px;">SFF</span> Club</a></div><span></span><br><span>GeForce2 MX 64 &lt; FX 5200 128 &lt; Mobility Radeon 9700 64 &lt; 8400M GS 128 &lt; 9800GT 512 &lt; GTX 460 1 &lt; 650Ti Boost 2 &lt; 650TI Boost SLI 2 &gt; 650Ti Boost 2 &lt; GTX 1070 8</span><br><br><span>rma amount of times: (# of times rma-ed/product failed after warranty period/products owned)</span><br><span>Antec AIO: 2/0/1 | Corsiar AIO: 1/0/2 | Corsair ddr2 sodimm ram: 2/0/2 | Adata ddr2 ram: 2/2/4 | Adata SSD: 2/0/1</span><br><span>WD Black: 1/0/2 | WD Green: 1/1/3 | SilverStone SFX PSU: 2/0/4 | MSI gpu: 1/1/2</span><br><br><span>Products I am avoiding: Sandforce Controller based SSD | TLC nand flash SSD | Asetek | Anything that has season passes</span></div></div>


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post #473 of 2861 (permalink) Old 02-27-2014, 04:20 AM
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hey nice, i really like all these small pc's.. can i join?
i'm not an overclocker, but i have a nice little pc in which every little cm of space is used smile.gif









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the case is a Thermaltake SD101. a nice little ITX box, but with surprisingly many features: itx mobo, 180W psu, 2 half height PCI slots, 3,5inch and 2,5inch drive spaces, 5,25 drive bay, 80x15mm casefan and front USB 3.0. it is clearly the same structural design as the InWin BM series, but a little updated. i added a bracket, so i can use a cardreader and slim optical in the 5,25 inch bay. but then i had to mod this bracket, so there would be room for the large Thermalright heatsink tongue.gif

still, the case has some design flaws. the worst one is the poor airflow in the bottom of the case, when a graphics card is installed. my solution is a hole in the bottom with a 60mm intake fan, so the graphics card and psu as well get some fresh air.
second stupid thing is that Thermaltake doesnt provide the special bracket i mentioned for a slim optical + 3,5inch drive/cardreader. and that, while the bracket is provided with the InWin BM cases, which are almost half the price!

at the moment i have a HIS Radeon 7750 dual fan, but i'm thinking of swapping this with a GTX 750 (TI) from KFA2 or Galaxy. they make this card in low profile height.
what do you guys think, should i go for it?
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So I'm pretty sure I want to go mini-itx in the future. I'll be studying up on these cases. How many currently support full length GPU's? I know it depends on a variety of factors like the PSU length, etc. I just built a NAS in a Node 304. Are ATX PSU's really superior than SFF PSU's?

Basically I'll want it to have:

- Decent GPU (Probably gtx 870)
- 16GB of ram
- Season/Corsair PSU (modular)
- No need for HDD cages... SSD all day.. .

Do they make SSD specific cases yet with no 3.5'' hdd cages?

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G.Skill - Trident Z 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory
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Samsung - 950 PRO 512 GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive
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Corsair - SF 600 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular SFX Power Supply
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ID-COOLING - FROSTFLOW 240L-W 84.5 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler
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Nase M1
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Acer - XB271HU bmiprz 27.0" 2560x1440 165Hz Monitor
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at the moment i have a HIS Radeon 7750 dual fan, but i'm thinking of swapping this with a GTX 750 (TI) from KFA2 or Galaxy. they make this card in low profile height.
what do you guys think, should i go for it?

I was thinking about that card before you even mentioning it so... Yup, I'd go for it biggrin.gif

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3) Cooler Master Elite 130: 18.6L
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So I'm pretty sure I want to go mini-itx in the future. I'll be studying up on these cases. How many currently support full length GPU's? I know it depends on a variety of factors like the PSU length, etc. I just built a NAS in a Node 304. Are ATX PSU's really superior than SFF PSU's?

Basically I'll want it to have:

- Decent GPU (Probably gtx 870)
- 16GB of ram
- Season/Corsair PSU (modular)
- No need for HDD cages... SSD all day.. .

Do they make SSD specific cases yet with no 3.5'' hdd cages?
The corsair 250D can but it is bigger than most cases in this club. Is the 250D elegible to be in this club? can anyone advise on size limits?

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The corsair 250D can but it is bigger than most cases in this club. Is the 250D elegible to be in this club? can anyone advise on size limits?

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uSFF/SFF Club
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According to current Intel developer specs, Small Form Factor is anything between 8 and 19 Liters and Ultra Small Form Factor is 4 to 7 Liters.
From the results of the poll, our club defines anything less than 20 Liters is considered as Small Form Factor, so anything up to 19.99 Liters is accepted, no matter m-itx or matx....
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Current eligible cases are anything under 20 Liters; custom made cases are welcome to join


Corsair 250D Mini-ITX Case:

Overall dimensions: 290mm (H) x 277mm (W) x 351mm (D)

Which equals - 28.19 Liters so its over the limits accepted on this thread according to the OP...

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Motherboard
ASUS Maximus VI Impact
GPU
ZOTAC GTX 1080ti Mini
RAM
Kingston HyperX Beast 2400
Hard Drive
Samsung 840 EVO
Hard Drive
Samsung 840 EVO
Hard Drive
Samsung 850 Pro
Power Supply
Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 620w
Cooling
Phobya G-Changer 140
Cooling
Alphacool Lighttower All-in-One Reservoir / Pump Combo w/ Phobya DC12-400 Pump
Cooling
EK GeForce 780 GTX Ti VGA Liquid Cooling Block - Nickel + Acetal (EK-FC780 GTX Ti - Acetal+Nickel)
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Bitspower Maximus VI Impact Full Cover Waterblock Copper
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EVGA 550 Watt
Case
Thermaltake Core V21
Operating System
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CPU
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Hard Drive
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Ah I see thanks for clarifying. Sounds quite big when you compare it like that.

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