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post #691 of 2861 (permalink) Old 04-27-2014, 09:39 PM
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Added you. Do you have the pics yet?
I've added the rest of the series to the club as well.


Sorta...


Mind the dust lol. The ears in the back is for my router, but the server does have a pair of pigtails at the back for wifi in case I decide to fire up pfsense or something.

I also have this now as of yesterday

Using temporary CPU/Mobo/PSU and possibly cooling lol - basically only thing that'll stick is the GPU, RAM, SSD lol - but it'll do fine.

i7-2600k
p8h61-i r2.0
16GB Ram DDR3
2 x 256GB SSD
Club3D R9 290

I was actually thinking of putting in
i5-3570k
MSI Z87I (Gaming?) AC - don't really know which
and the 450W Gold Modular one but I don't need it I guess lol - 450W Bronze is sufficient I just need to align the vent somehow (nibber ftw?).

Also, I was thinking of grabbing a bluray burner drive for kicks.
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post #692 of 2861 (permalink) Old 04-28-2014, 01:49 AM - Thread Starter
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Please add me to the club
soundx98
ncase M1 silver and black
12.6L


I added you twice just for being a badass with 2 M1s thumb.gif

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Minibox M350 - 2.5L HTPC

Intel Core i5-4670K 3.4GHz Quad-Core
Noctua NH-L9i 57.5 CFM
Asus Z87E-mITX
Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600
Intel 530 Series 180GB 2.5" SSD
Mini Box picoPSU-160-XT + 192W Adapter Power Kit
Mini Box M350 Universal Mini-ITX PC enclosure
Logitech K400 w/Touchpad
Windows 8.1


Small and powerful.
Thanks for posting! Its good to know the L9i fits in a small case like that one.

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Sorta...


Mind the dust lol. The ears in the back is for my router, but the server does have a pair of pigtails at the back for wifi in case I decide to fire up pfsense or something.

I also have this now as of yesterday

Using temporary CPU/Mobo/PSU and possibly cooling lol - basically only thing that'll stick is the GPU, RAM, SSD lol - but it'll do fine.

i7-2600k
p8h61-i r2.0
16GB Ram DDR3
2 x 256GB SSD
Club3D R9 290

I was actually thinking of putting in
i5-3570k
MSI Z87I (Gaming?) AC - don't really know which
and the 450W Gold Modular one but I don't need it I guess lol - 450W Bronze is sufficient I just need to align the vent somehow (nibber ftw?).

Also, I was thinking of grabbing a bluray burner drive for kicks.

Its nice to have an i7 as a temporary cpu tongue.gif What psu is the RVZ01 using now?
Any particular reason you need to upgrade?

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looking for a case for my sig rig. Im leaning heavily towards the 250D or the Fractal Node. Any other/better suggestions for that price range?

Ive got a Node 304 for my gaming rig. slick, quiet, small but with pretty good ventilation. i have no cooling problems with it running a 4670K @ 4.2 (under a H80i), a GTX 770 OC, 2 SSD's and 2 HDD's (all drives mounted on one of the internal brackets.

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Ive got a Node 304 for my gaming rig. slick, quiet, small but with pretty good ventilation. i have no cooling problems with it running a 4670K @ 4.2 (under a H80i), a GTX 770 OC, 2 SSD's and 2 HDD's (all drives mounted on one of the internal brackets.

Yay finally someone replied. I actually went ahead and grabbed the 250D will be here today. TY for your input though!


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post #695 of 2861 (permalink) Old 04-29-2014, 10:48 PM - Thread Starter
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Congrats on your purchase! Its a nice case but a bit big for my tastes.


So SilverStone will probably release 2 sfx psus this year.
a 500w and a 600W.

The 600W SST-SX600-G will be SFX
and the
500W SST-SX500-LG will be SFX-L form factor. (I'm guessing L for long)
The dimensions of the Long version is 125 mm (W) × 63.5 mm(H) × 130 mm(D) to accommodate a 120mm fan

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Why is the lower wattage PSU longer? Just to be quieter?

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Just to run the larger fan, which in theory, would be quieter, but both of my 450SFX Gold V2 are already silent, and the 600w I've been told will have an even better fan, and fan profile and such versus the 450gold.
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Why is the lower wattage PSU longer? Just to be quieter?

They are made by different OEMs, so entirely different internals.

The 500W is by High Power and was shown at CES2013, but Silverstone was the first to order any of them.


The 600W will be by Enhance and is the natural successor to the ST45SF-G



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I'll take one of each! And a SG05 LITE.



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Ah yes the return of the High Power, I was wondering who would bite, I had my money on Be Quiet

Good things come to those who wait.
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