Originally Posted by omsin
Yes, I have now a MSI z77IA-E53.
Nice, does it overclock well and do the vrms get hot?
Originally Posted by Doomtomb
Well I agree that smaller is better. I honestly loathe the Bitfenix Prodigy because it is a Mini-ITX case the size of a large mATX case. It is laid out well for working on it but wastes a lot of space when it comes to compactness. I would post a pic of my case, but it's anout 33 L. I want to find a more compact case and go Mini ITX.
When it comes to definitions... It's subjective but I'd consider anything under 20L to be SFF and uSFF to be 10L.
I wouldn't say I hate it, but I think its a tad too big as well. Its actually a good looking, sturdy case, but if they shrunk it down, it wouldn't look as good. I think its actually the perfect size for that shape, but they should have made it matx instead. I thought the point of mitx was to be as small as possible. If they made a board the same size as the Intel NUC with interchangeable CPUs, I'd buy it in a heartbeat.
This club's definition of uSFF and SFF pretty much sticks to the ones defined by Intel developer specs.
Originally Posted by longroadtrip
If you are looking for something different from the SG05...what about an Abee
? I've been wanting to do one for a while now...
Oh no, I meant tips about other cases for the FAQ section. I only have the SG05 so I can only give tips on this case. If the club members can provide tips as well, that'd be great.
That's a nice looking case, but I would've kept the mesh a darker color or even black.
Added you to the uSFF section.