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NFSxperts 08-30-2012 04:22 PM

uSFF/SFF Club
This club isn't about power, but size. It could be the custom small NAS case you built or the low power pfsense firewall hidden behind the sofa. In this club, small is better tongue.gif

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.
Quote:
Current eligible cases are anything under 20 Liters;
custom made cases are welcome to join) thumb.gif
Code:
1) Post that you would like to join this club
2) Post a picture of your case and link to your picture gallery if you have it
3) If it is a custom case, post the dimensions and the volume in liters
4) send me a PM to make sure I didn't miss your post
5) Add the club signature link please (optional but preferred)
[CENTER][URL="https://www.overclock.net/t/1300645/usff-sff-club"]The Official [SIZE=1]uSFF[/SIZE]/[SIZE=2]SFF[/SIZE] Club[/URL][/CENTER]

(Table of Contents)


Ultra-compact Form Factor Owners (< 4 Liters)

SilverStone Petit PT14
106 x 38 x 122mm / 0.5L
Intel NUC, dc adapter
Product Page
  1. No Owners Yet
SilverStone Petit PT15
130 x 41mm x 110mm / 0.59L
Intel NUC, dc adapter
Product Page
  1. No Owners Yet
SilverStone Petit PT13
186 x 42 x 181mm / 1.4L
thin-itx, no gpu, dc adapter
Product Page
  1. wiretap - Link
  2. bobfig - Link


Morex 557
62 x 190 x 196mm / 2.3L
m-itx, no gpu, dc adapter
Product Page
  1. frack0 - Link
Laine's Luna
2.345L
Intel NUC, dc adapter
Scratch Case
  1. Laine - Link, Buildlog
Minibox M350
192 x 210 x 62mm / 2.5L
m-itx, no gpu, dc adapter
Product Page
  1. scoopfing - Link
  2. CynicalUnicorn - Link 1, 2


H2O-Micro
217.5 x 262.25 x 47.6mm / 2.71L
|thin-itx, pcie riser, dc adapter|
Scratch Build
  1. QinX - Link, Buildlog
Chieftec IX-01B
220 x 197 x 63mm / 2.73L
|m-itx, no gpu, dc adapter|
Product Page
  1. seriva - Link, Link2
Chieftec IX-03B
220 x 197 x 63mm / 2.73L
|m-itx, no gpu, dc adapter|
Product Page
  1. -Leopold- - IX-03 w/ hdd,
    Link2


Neutronium V4
299 x 185 x 51mm / 2.8L
|m-itx, pcie riser, dc adapter|
Scratch Build
  1. Machupo - Link, Buildlog
Wesena ITX1
197 x 197 x 75mm / 2.91L
|m-itx, no gpu, dc adapter|
Discontinued - Archived Page
  1. opty165 - Link
Wesena ITX2
197 x 197 x 75mm / 2.91L
|m-itx, no gpu, dc adapter|
Discontinued - Archived Page
  1. longroadtrip - Link


TwirlyWhirly555's Acrylic Case
180 x 200 x 85mm / 3.1L
|m-itx, no gpu, dc adapter|
Scratch Build
  1. TwirlyWhirly555 - Gallery
Antec ISK 100
248 x 70 x 212mm / 3.68L
|m-itx, no gpu, dc adapter|
Product Page
  1. akromatic - Link Link 2
Antec ISK110 VESA
222 x 78.6 x 212mm / 3.7L
|m-itx, no gpu, dc adapter|
Product Page
  1. ivoryg37 - Link
  2. theonedub - Link
  3. Duality92 - Link, buildlog


Akasa Crypto AK-ITX03BK
245 x 227 x 68mm / 3.8L
|m-itx, no gpu, dc adapter|
Product Page
  1. mr soft - Link




Ultra Small Form Factor Owners (4 - 7 Liters)

Lian-Li PC-Q05
284 x 47 x 307mm / 4.1L
|thin-itx, no gpu, dc adapter|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
Logic Supply MC600
334 x 198 x 64mm / 4.2L
|m-itx, dual riser, dc adapter|
Product Page
  1. Runamok81 - Link
MS-TECH MC-80BL
240 x 205x 9mm / 4.4L
|m-itx, dual riser, dc adapter|
Product Page
  1. MartinR - Link


NFC S4 Mini
330 x 215 x 63mm / 4.47L
|m-itx, dual riser, dc adapter|
Custom Case
  1. No Owners yet
Lone Industries L3
215 x 95 x 221mm / 4.51L
|m-itx, single LP, dc adapter|
Discontinued - Custom Case
  1. ivoryg37 - Link, Link2
  2. remixedMind - Link, Buildlog
Lone Industries L1
220 x 94 x 220mm / 4.55L
|m-itx, single LP, dc adapter|
Discontinued - Custom Case
  1. Scorpion49 - Link
  2. frack0 - Link


Lone Industries L4
225 x 218 x 95mm / 4.66 L
|m-itx, dual LP, dc adapter|
Custom Case
  1. No Owners yet
Lone Industries L2
220 x 100 x 240mm / 5.28L
|m-itx, dual LP, dc adapter|
Discontinued - Custom Case
  1. InfraRedRabbit - Link
  2. frack0 - Link
iStarUSA S3 Storm
203.2 x 96.5 x 271.8mm / 5.33L
|m-itx, single riser, dc adapter|
OEM Case
  1. .theMetal - Link


CoolerMaster Mini 110
268 x 70 x 290mm / 5.4L
|m-itx, no gpu, 200W FlexATX|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
SilverStone Petit PT12
410 x 52 x 261mm / 5.6L
|thin-itx, no gpu, dc adapter|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
CoolerMaster Elite 100
262 x 69.6 x 318mm / 5.80L
|matx, no gpu, 150W FlexATX|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet


Sentey SS5-2514
240 x 285 x 85mm / 5.81L
|m-itx, no gpu, 450TFX|
Discontinued - Archived Page
  1. Dimensive - Link, Link2
Thermaltake SD100 Mini
318 x 268 x 70mm / 6.0L
|m-itx, no gpu, 120W FlexATX|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
Wesena HTPC ITX4v3
240 x 250 x 100mm / 6.0L
|m-itx, single LP, dc adapter|
Product Page
  1. nwkrep82 - Link


GEEEK Mini A10
271 x 234 x 100mm / 6.3L
|m-itx, dual LP, FlexATX|
Discontinued - Archived Page
  1. No Owners yet
U-NAS NSC-200
140 x 254 x 180mm / 6.40L
|m-itx, no expansion, 250W 1U|
Product Page
  1. No Owners Yet
Winsis WI-02
265 x 90 x 270mm / 6.44L
|m-itx, single LP, 100W TFX|
Discontinued - Archived Page
  1. TinoArg - Link, Link2


Chieftec FI-01B-U3
265 x 90 x 270mm / 6.44L
|m-itx, single LP, 250W TFX|
Product Page
  1. Feimitsu - Link
Lian-Li PC-Q12
88 x 365 x 208mm / 6.7L
|m-itx, no gpu, 300W SFX|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. iFreilicht - Link
Case-by-case Design MI-6
135 x 203 x 246mm / 6.74L
|m-itx, dual slot riser, SFX PSU|
Custom Case
  1. Pre-order


jonsbo V2
170 x 200 x 200mm / 6.8L
|m-itx, no gpu, SFX|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. MartinR - Link
IN WIN Wavy II
264 x 112 x 230mm / 6.801L
|m-itx, dual LP, 160W FlexATX|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. No owners yet
Lian-Li PC-Q02
149 x 230 x 200mm / 6.9L
|m-itx, no gpu, 300W SFX|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. Machupo - Gallery


GEEEK Mini A20
295 x 234 x 100mm / 6.9L
|m-itx, dual LP, FlexATX|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
Dr Zaber Sentry
340 x 310 x 66mm / 6.95L
|m-itx, dual slot riser, SFX PSU|
Custom Case
  1. haha216 - Link
Antec ISK300-150
96 x 222 x 328mm / 7.0L
|m-itx, single LP, 150W FlexATX|
Product Page
  1. WEXX - Link


Antec ISK310-150
96 x 222 x 328mm / 7.0L
|m-itx, single LP, 150W FlexATX|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
SilverStone Milo ML05
350 x 99 x 204mm / 7.07L
|m-itx, single LP, SFX|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
DAN Cases A4-SFX
200 x 112 x 317mm / 7.101L
|m-itx, dual slot ribbon, SFX|
Custom Case
  1. No Owners Yet


SilverStone Milo ML06
350 x 99 x 205mm / 7.103L
|m-itx, single LP, SFX|
Product Page
  1. ricochetsew - Link, Gallery
Lian-Li PC-Q09
296 x 140 x 190mm / 7.9L
|m-itx, no gpu, 300W SFX|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. theonedub - Link




Small Form Factor Owners (8 - 20 Liters)
ikem's Custom Case
200 x 200 x 200mm / 8L
|m-itx, no gpu, dc adapter|
Scratch Build
  1. ikem - Link
HG-Computers Osmi
180 x 250 x 180mm / 8.1L
|m-itx, Dual Slot, SFX PSU|
Custom Case
  1. No Owners Yet
IN WIN H-FRAME Mini
262 x 108 x 287mm / 8.12L
|m-itx, single LP, 180W|
Discontinued - Dead Page
  1. Hasdrubal - Link


Thermaltake SD101
264x 119 x 261mm / 8.2L
|m-itx, dual LP, 180W|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
Dell Optiplex 3010 SFF
290 x 93 x 312mm / 8.4L
|matx, dual LP, TFX PSU|
OEM Case
  1. ccRicers - Link, Buildlog
jonsbo U1
162 x 197 x 267mm / 8.5L
|m-itx, no gpu, SFX|
Product Page
  1. jooopaaa - Link


Lian-li PC-Q21
149 x 257 x 224mm / 8.6L
|m-itx, dual slot, SFX|
Product Page
  1. NicolasTMills - Link, Gallery
U-NAS NSC-400
190 x 254 x 180mm / 8.7L
|m-itx, no expansion, 250W 1U|
Product Page
  1. No Owners Yet
TaiDing Vast Dust Man Pi
p103²*276mm / 9.2L
|m-itx, single LP, SFX|
Product Page
  1. NFSxperts - Link, Gallery


Silverstone Lascala LC19
390 x 68 x 348mm / 9.229L
|matx, no gpu, dc adapter|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
Lian-Li PC-Q16
199 x 160 x 290mm / 9.234L
|m-itx, no gpu, 300W SFX|
discontinued - Product Page
  1. Diverge - Gallery
HP/Compaq SFF
310 x 358 x 84mm / 9.322L
|custom m/b & PSU, LP
OEM Case
  1. blooder11181 - Link
  2. blooder11181 - Link


Acer Aspire AX1800
265 x 352x 100mm / 9.328L
|m-itx, dual slot, FlexATX|
OEM Case
  1. Jimbags - Link, Link2
Thermaltake Element Qi
130 x 220 x 330mm / 9.4L
|m-itx, single slot, 220W SFX|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
Chieftec UNI BT-02B-U3
135 x 295 x 240mm / 9.6L
|m-itx, Single Slot, 250W SFX|
Product Page
  1. -Leopold- - Link, Link2


Nexus Psile 10B
225 x 225 x 191 / 9.7L
|m-itx, single slot, dc adapter|
Discontinued - Archived Page
  1. wyjeba - Link
Dell OptiPlex 755 SFF
340 x 314 x 93 mm / 9.9L
|m-itx, dual LP, FlexATX?|
OEM Case
  1. cdoublejj - Link
Project Chrome Leopard
313 x 129.31 x 246 mm / 9.96L
|m-itx, dual riser, SFX PSU|
Scratch Build
  1. BoloisBolo - Link, Buildlog


jonsbo V3+
200 x 240 x 210mm / 10.1L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. sarj nicolai - Link
  2. killerfromsky - Link, Buildlog
Fractal Design Node 202
377 x 82 x 330mm / 10.20L
|m-itx, dual riser, SFX PSU|
Product Page
  1. KyadCK - Link
  2. BirdofPrey - Link
  3. Dimensive - Link
  4. ColdRush - Link
Lian-Li PC-Q03
199 x 245 x 210mm / 10.24L
|m-itx, single slot, SFX/ATX PSU|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. No Owners yet


LanGear Infinity
301 x 236 x 151.6mm / 10.8L
|m-itx, double slot, ATX PSU|
Dead - Dead Page
  1. No Owners yet
SilverStone SUGO SG05
222 x 176 x 276mm / 10.8L
|m-itx, double slot, SFX|
Product Page
  1. NFSxperts - Gallery
  2. miahallen - Build1, 2
  3. voklskier4452 - Build1, 2
  4. TheLombax - Link
  5. HPE1000 - Link
  6. omsin - Link 1 Link 2
  7. Idarzoid - Link
  8. BahamutZer0 - Link
  9. osaft - Link
  10. Saturos - Link
  11. mironccr345 - Link
  12. WiSK - Link
  13. Jason7890 - Link
  14. crazy8s - Link
  15. Mitch311 - Link
  16. Aldrik - Link
  17. Jimhans1- Link
  18. Idarzoid - Link
  19. NorCa - Link, Gallery
  20. Juan Carlo - Link
  21. hyp36rmax - Link
  22. xpinkkittehx - Link
  23. jivenjune - Link
  24. ColdRush - Link
SilverStone SUGO SG06
220 x 177 x 286mm / 11.1L
|m-itx, double slot, SFX|
Product Page
  1. miahallen - Build1


SilverStone SUGO SG13
222 x 181 x 285mm / 11.5L
|m-itx, double slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. Icanthelplt90 - Link
  2. hrockh - Link
  3. animal0307 - Link
Lian-Li PC-Q07
193 x 290 x 208mm / 11.6L
|m-itx, single slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. Xylene - Link, Pics
jonsbo C2
200 x 224 x 262mm / 11.7L
|m-itx, triple slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. NFSxperts - Link, Gallery


Lian-Li PC-TU100
170 x 277 x 252mm / 11.87L
|m-itx, dual slot, SFX|
Product Page
  1. NFSxperts - Link, Gallery
  2. Neclock - Link
  3. Simmons572 - Link, buildlog
Wesena E5
435 x 390x 70mm / 11.88L
|matx, single riser, FlexATX|
Discontinued - Archived Page
  1. Jimbags - Link
Lian-Li PC-Q04
194mm x 294 x 210mm / 12.0L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. No Owners yet


Silverstone ML02
397 x 82 x 375mm / 12.21L
|matx, single riser, dc adapter|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
SilverStone RAVEN RVZ02
380 x 87 x 370mm / 12.23L
|m-itx, dual riser, SFX|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
Silverstone ML08
380 x 87 x 370mm / 12.23L
|m-itx, dual riser, SFX|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet


Sharkoon CA-I
213 x 225 x 259mm / 12.4L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
Aerocool QS-102
415 x 100 x 300mm / 12.5L
|matx, 4 LP, SFX|
Discontinued - Archived Page
  1. No Owners yet
NCASE M1
240 x 160 x 328mm / 12.59L
|m-itx, triple slot, SFX/ATX PSU|
Custom Case
  1. Ribozyme - Link
  2. soundx98 - Link (silver)
  3. soundx98 - Link (black)
  4. WiSK - Buildlog
  5. InfraRedRabbit - Link
  6. mbondPDX - Link
  7. xP_0nex- Link
  8. Sazexa - Link, Link2
  9. rfarmer - Link
  10. d0mini - Link
  11. enkay - Link
  12. NFSxperts - Album


jonsbo V6
240 x 250 x 210mm / 12.6L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. NFSxperts - Gallery
CoolerMaster Mini 210
367 x 99 x 350mm / 12.72L
|matx, 4 LP slots, TFX 300W|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
Antec Minuet 350
367 x 99 x 350mm / 12.72L
|matx, 4 LP, TFX 300W|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet


Raidmax Atomic
277 x 190 x 244mm / 12.8L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Discontinued - Archived Page
  1. No Owners yet
Morex SR7879
320 x 200 x 205mm / 13.1L
|m-itx, Single slot, 200W FlexATX|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
IBM/Lenovo A55 8706 SFF
400 x 330 x 100mm / 13.2L
|matx, 4 LP slots, customTFX|
OEM Case
  1. NFSxperts - Link


Lian-Li PC-Q01
200 x 275 x 242mm / 13.3L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. No owners yet
Raijintek METIS
190 x 277 x 254mm / 13.4L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. akromatic - Link, Link2
  2. Zebeyo - Link
SilverStone RAVEN RVZ01
382 x 105 x 350mm / 14.04L
|m-itx, dual riser, SFX|
Product Page
  1. Jimhans1 - Link
  2. Scorpion49 - Link
  3. JQuantum - Link
  4. Ght10 - Link


SilverStone Milo ML07
382 x 105 x 350mm / 14.04L
|m-itx, dual riser, SFX|
Product Page
  1. Eiko - Link
SilverStone Fortress FTZ01
382 x 105 x 350mm / 14.04L
|m-itx, dual riser, SFX|
Product Page
  1. derickwm - Link, buildlog
Xigmatek Eris
355 x 225 x 180mm / 14.38L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Discontinued - Archived Page
  1. No Owners yet


Lian Li PC-Q27
200 x 300 x 240mm / 14.4L
|m-itx, single slot, ATX PSU|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
U-NAS NSC-800
316 x 254 x 180mm / 14.45L
|m-itx, single slot, 1U PSU|
Product Page
  1. JQuantum - Link, Pic
Lian-Li PC-Q15
210 x 210 x 330mm / 14.6L
|m-itx, single slot gpu, 300W SFX|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. No Owners yet


Silverstone SG07
222 x 190 x 350mm / 14.8L
|m-itx, dual slot, 600W ATX|
Product Page
  1. ghostrider85 - View
Silverstone SG08
222 x 190 x 351mm / 14.8L
|m-itx, dual slot, 600W ATX|
Product Page
  1. ghostrider85 - View
  2. jhaze84 - Link
  3. stickg1 - Link
  4. tabascosauz - Link, Link2
Sharkoon QB ONE
368 x 225 x 180mm / 14.9L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. KaffieneKing - Link, Gallery,
    Link2


Sharkoon SHARK ZONE C10
370 x 225 x 180mm / 15.0L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. -Leopold- - Link, Link2
  2. chi-2 - Link
CoolerMaster Elite 110
280 x 260 x 208mm / 15.1L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. Liquored - Link, Buildlog
  2. greywarden - Link
Compact Splash
290 x 170 x 310mm / 15.3L
|m-itx, dual slot, SFX|
Discontinued - Custom Case
  1. Xyphyr - Link
  2. concept73 -Link,Gallary,Pics
  3. WiSK - Buildlog


jonsbo U2
208 x 319 x 233mm / 15.46L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. Deaam - Link, Buildlog
  2. ccRicers - Link, 2, Buildlog
  3. AFewTeammates - Rosewill
  4. brawleyman - Rosewill U2
Enermax Minimo.Q
370 x 225 x 186mm / 15.48L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. No Owners Yet
Silverstone Milo ML03
440 x 105 x 340mm / 15.7L
|matx, 4 LP, ATX|
Product Page
  1. Klutz0 - Link


EVGA Hadron Air
169 x 305 x 308mm / 15.88L
|m-itx, dual slot, 500W FlexATX|
Archived Page
  1. tysonischarles - Link, Gallery
  2. Phobia - Link
  3. Qu1ckset - Link
  4. Slobergoof - Link, Buildlog
  5. Dimensive - Link, Buildlog
  6. exodus1500 - Link, Buildlog
Primo P115EA
345 x 165 x 280mm / 15.94L
|m-itx, triple slot, SFX|
Product Page
  1. IntoxicatedPuma - Link
Raidmax Element
194 x 225 x 370mm / 16.15L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Discontinued - Archived Page
  1. No Owners yet


SilverStone Milo ML04
440 x 105 x 350mm / 16.17L
|matx, 4 LP, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
jonsbo UMX1
300 x 160 x 345mm / 16.6L
|m-itx, no gpu, SFX|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
jonsbo UMX1 PLUS
300 x 160 x 345mm / 16.6L
|m-itx, dual slot , ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. BoloisBolo - Buildlog WC!


Lian-Li PC-Q11
200 x 326 x 260mm / 17.0L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. funfortehfun - Link
  2. Smanci - Link, Gallery
Fractal Design Array R2
250 x 200 x 350mm / 17.5L
|m-itx, dual slot, 300W SFX|
Discontinued - Product Page
  1. Phetu - Link, Link2
Silverstone FT03-MINI
188.9 x 397 x 235.1mm / 17.6L
|m-itx, dual slot gpu, SFX|
Product Page
  1. steezebe - Buildlog
  2. Yakikuze - Buildlog (wc!)
  3. WiSK - Link, Build lo
  4. themojo - Buildlog (w/c!)


Antec NSK 1380
200 x 269 x 335mm / 18.023L
|matx, four slot, 350W ATX|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
Lian-Li PC-Q33
229 x 328 x 240mm / 18.027L
|m-itx, dual slot gpu, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. mikeaj - Link, Pics, pics2
EVGA Hadron Hydro
169 x 350 x 308mm / 18.2L
|m-itx, dual slot, 500W FlexATX|
Product Page
  1. Wanou - Link, Buildlog
  2. ShengLong16 - Link
  3. ChainedHope - Link


jonsbo V4
238 x 278 x 280mm / 18.5L
|matx, 4 slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. GreatChicken - Link, Gallery
CoolerMaster Elite 130
240 x 205 x 377.5 mm / 18.57L
|m-itx, dual slot gpu, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. Liquored - Link, Buildlog
Fractal Design Core 500
250 x 203 x 367 mm / 18.63L
|m-itx, dual slot gpu, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. cadger - Link
  2. Decade - Link


Antec ISK600
195 x 260 x 369mm / 18.7L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. Duality92 - Link, Link2,
    Link3
Antec NSK 1480
120 x 390 x 410mm / 19.19L
|matx, 4 LP, 350W TFX|
Product Page
  1. No Owners Yet
Cubitek Mini Cube
200 x 320 x 300mm / 19.2L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. hambone96 - Link, Video
  2. WeiZhong - Link, Albulm
  3. Majentrix - Link


Lian-Li PC-Q10
207 x 277 x 335mm / 19.21L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
Fractal Design Node 304
250 x 210 x 374 mm / 19.6L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. .theMetal - Link
  2. Nuzart - Link
  3. Ribozyme - Link, Link
  4. mudblood72 - Link, Link2
  5. outlaw8505 - Link
  6. Klutz0 - Link, Buildlog
  7. Pebruska - Link, Buildlog
Eurocase MC X201
350 x 170 x 330mm / 19.64L
|matx,4 slots, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. VS88 - Link


Lian-Li PC-Q38
178 x 291 x 384 mm / 19.75L
|m-itx, dual slot, SFX PSU|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
Cougar QBX
178 x 291 x 384 mm / 19.89L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. No Owners yet
Lian-Li PC-O5
384 x 390 x 133mm / 19.92L
|m-itx, triple slot riser, SFX|
Product Page
  1. No Owners Yet


CoolerMaster Elite 120 Advanced
240 x 207.4 x 401.4mm / 19.9801L
|m-itx, dual slot, ATX PSU|
Product Page
  1. bluedevil - Link
  2. andydviking - Link
  3. unimatrixzero - Link
  4. NFSxperts - Link
Project Flip
299 x 165 x 405 / 19.9807L
[ATX, 7 slots, ATX PSU]
Scratch Build
  1. BoloisBolo - Link, Buildlog



Case Recommendations:
Below are some suggestions on choosing the right case for your needs:

File Server/NAS case recommendations (Click to show)
Fractal Design Node 304 - 250 x 210 x 374 mm / 19.6L
|m-itx, dual slot gpu, ATX PSU|
Product Page

This is the perfect NAS case. It holds 6 hdds, has air filters, houses a stands ATX PSU, and has 2x 92mm fans in the front and a 140mm fan in the back.

Fractal Design Array R2 - 250 x 200 x 350mm / 17.5L
|m-itx, dual slot gpu, 300W SFX|
Product Page

Even though this case has been replaced by the Node 304, it is slightly smaller and still able to hold 6 3.5" hdds. It also comes with a 300W SFX PSU.

Portable gaming case recommendations (Click to show)
SilverStone SUGO SG05 - 222 x 176 x 276mm / 10.8L
|m-itx, dual slot gpu, SFX|
Product Page

Back in 2009, SilverStone had released a SFF m-itx case that is half the size of their previous offerings. It has a 120mm fan at the front, a 300W or 450W SFX PSU, 1 3.5" and 2.5" hdd and slim ODD mount, and can hold gpus up to 262mm long. Best of all, its size was small, while being able to house all those things. It is currently the most popular case in this club.

Lian-Li PC-TU100 - 170 x 277 x 252mm / 11.9L
|m-itx, dual slot gpu, SFX|
Product Page

With manufacturers offering short pcb versions of their high end gpus, and SFX PSU capacity up to 600W, stuffing this much power is a piece of cake. This portable case supports gpus up to 193mm. Did I mention its got a handle?

HTPC (Click to show)
Silverstone Milo ML03 - 440 x 105 x 340mm / 15.7L
|matx, low profile/single slot, ATX|
Product Page

Depending on your requirements for the aesthetics of the case, the SilverStone ML03 may just be what you want. This case supports an matx motherboard, 2x 3.5" hdds, and uses an ATX PSU. Its slim form factor means you're able to fit it in the TV cabinet. A downside would be the plastic front panel.

SilverStone Milo ML06 - 350 x 99 x 205mm / 7.1L
|m-itx, low profile gpu, SFX|
Product Page

If you prefer an aluminum front panel, then take a look at the SilverStone Milo ML06. It an m-itx case at just over 7 Liters, uses an SFX PSU and fits 4x 2.5" drives.

For people who want to shrink down their full tower case (Click to show)
Lian-Li PC-Q11- 200 x 326 x 260mm / 17.0L
|m-itx, dual slot gpu, ATX PSU|
Product Page


CoolerMaster Elite 130 - 240 x 205 x 377.5 mm / 18.6L
|m-itx, dual slot gpu, ATX PSU|
Product Page


Under $40 (Click to show)
SilverStone SUGO SG05-Lite - 222 x 176 x 276mm / 10.8L
|m-itx, dual slot gpu, SFX|
Product Page
Newegg Link $36.99 as of May 28, 2015

Under $50 (Click to show)
CoolerMaster Elite 130 - 240 x 205 x 377.5 mm / 18.6L
|m-itx, dual slot gpu, ATX PSU|
Product Page
Newegg Link $49.99 as of May 28, 2015


PSU FAQ:
List of different PSU form factors (Click to show)
Flex ATX - 81.5mm (W) x 40.5mm (H) x 150mm (D) / 0.50 Liters (example)
SFX - 125mm (W) x 63.5mm (H) x 100mm (D) / 0.79 Liters (example)
TFX - 85mm (W) x 65mm (H) x 175mm (D) / 0.97 Liters (example)
SFX-L - 125mm (W) x 63.5mm (H) x 130mm (D) / 1.03 Liters (example)
ATX PS/2 - 150mm (W) x 86mm (H) x 140mm (D) / 1.81 Liters
*These are just general dimensions of each form factor. There might be some variations to the depth.
List of SFX PSUs (Click to show)





Is the Silverstone ST45SF-G fan noisy even when the system is idling? (Click to show)
Yes, but the noise is supposedly reduced in version 2.0.


[*Note] Now that I've used the v1.0 and v2.0 versions, both versions are still noisy. While the fan in the v2.0 version is quieter, there is still noticeable wind noise.
Is the SilverStone ST45SF / ST45SF-G enough to power my system? (Click to show)
Contrary to popular believe, you do not need 600+ Watts to power a modern powerful system. In fact, gpu manufacturers often overstate the power requirements of their gpus to compensate for the 'generous' power output of some PSUs.
A good quality PSU can even power an overclocked i7 2nd/3rd gen processor with an AMD HD7970 GHz or even a NVIDIA GTX Titan.
http://hardocp.com/article/2013/02/21/nvidia_geforce_gtx_titan_video_card_review/10#.UXjPIe8vC1t

By contrast, my 460gtx 1gb, stock 2500k, 2 sticks of 1.5V DDR3, draws 211watts at the wall at full load running [email protected] with the ST45SF-G.
So which SFX PSU should I buy? (Click to show)
Depending on your system specs, you might not even need 450w. You could get the SilverStone ST30SF.
If your case supports SFX-L, I would recommend SilverStone SX500-LG over the ST45SF-G because of the wind noise.



SilverStone cases FAQ:
Tips for SG05 Foam filter for SG05 (Click to show)
You can add a foam filter inside the front panel of the SG05. There's space behind the mesh to put a 120mm filter.
https://www.overclock.net/t/1300645/official-usff-sff-club/160#post_20186651
Recommended coolers for SG05/06 (Click to show)
The SG05/06 supports cpu coolers up to 82mm, but most of the low-profile slim air coolers block the pci-e slot so to be on the safe side, I would recommend the Corsair H60/H80i/H80i GT/H75 and Antec Kuhler H2O 620/920.
(Note: You will have to remove the optical and harddisk mounts in order to fit both the 120mm radiator and gpu.)

Scythe Big Shuriken 2 RevB - 58mm height - A balance between price and performance.
SilverStone Nitrogon NT06-Pro - 82mm height - this cooler was designed for the SUGO SG05/06 series.
Prolimatech Samuel 17 - 45mm tall - This cooler does not include a fan.
Thermalright AXP100 - 58mm tall. Get the AXP-100 muscle version, it is cheaper.
Noctua NH-L9i (92mm fan) - 37mm height with fan - Link
Prolimatech Samuel 17 - 45mm height without fan - Link
Scythe Shuriken - 65mm height - Link
Thermalright AXP140 (no backplate) - 70.2 mm height - Link

What is the max length of the gpu that will fit in the Silverstone SG05/06? (Click to show)
The internal length from the back wall to the front wall is approximately 262mm. (WiSK measured it with a carpenter's ruler.)


The longest gpu known to fit in the SG05 if you cut the front metal frame is the reference GT280 which is 10.5 inches (267 mm). Link here

The longest gpu known to fit in the SG06 if you cut the front metal frame is the Sapphire 6950 which is 274mm long . Link here

SG07/08 Max dimensions of a replacement PSU in the Silverstone SG07/08? (Click to show)
The SG07/SG08 supports standard PS/2 ATX PSU (150 x 86 x 140mm).
The max length supported is 150 x 86 x 160mm, but will block the gpu.
You'll also need to take the cable connector heads into consideration if you are using a modular PSU.


Low Profile Cooler Recommendations:
Low-profile heatsinks do not have a set form factor nor specifications set by a committee, but we generally refer to 65mm and under as Low-Profile and under I/O shield height as Very Low-Profile.
Low profile coolers are usually usually horizontal top-down coolers with heatpipes that resemble the letter C. This allows it to retain a low height unlike tradition tower coolers with U shaped heatpipes and a vertical fan. It also gives better cooling to the surrounding motherboard components and the ability to use a 12cm or larger fan.

You have to be careful when choosing a cooler. Depending on the location of the cpu socket as well as the base of the cooler, the cooler might block the pci-e slot.
There maybe also be components on the back of the motherboard that may interfere with the cooler backplates.
What cooler to chose if the CPU socket is near the centre of the board? (Click to show)
From my limited testing, I found that if the cpu socket is near the centre of the board (ie. Asus H97I-PLUS or AMD's m-itx boards), a cpu cooler with the base at the centre works best. (ie. Scythe Big Shuriken 2)
What cooler to chose if the CPU socket is near the edge of the board? (Click to show)
If the cpu socket is not at the centre of the board, then you should use C-type coolers where the base is offset from the centre of the cooler. Coolers with the base right in the middle will most likely protrude outside the dimensions of the m-itx board.

This layout is the least preferred since the cooler heatpipes will be facing the wrong way if the motherboard is placed in a vertical case. The heatpipes should be horizontal for the best heat transfer.
What cooler to chose if the CPU socket is near the pci-e slot? (Click to show)
But if the cpu socket is right next to the pci-e slot (ie. Gigybyte GA-H77N-WIFI or Zotac H87ITX-A-E), most C-heatpipe coolers will cover the pci-e slot.
In these cases I would recommend the Thermalright AXP-100 muscle
What if my ASUS motherboard has a VRM daughterboard? (Click to show)
The Prolimatech Samuel 17 and Scythe Big Shuriken 2 (no backplate) are known to fit on the ASUS P8Z77-I DELUXE.

I cannot guarantee that the coolers recommended will fit your board, so its best to search online for people who have used the same motherboard + cooler combination before you buy.

Under 60mm (Click to show)
Scythe Big Shuriken 2 RevB - IMO, this is the best all rounder. Reasonable priced, standard 120mm fan, and decent performance and noise.

125 x 135 x 58mm (including fan)
Product Page
Amazon Link $45.99 as of Date Sep 21, 2015

Prolimatech Samuel 17 - C-type cooler with an offset base. (This cooler does not include a fan)

121.2 x 120 x 45mm (no fan)
Product Page
Newegg Link $44.99 as of Date Feb 22, 2016
Under 40mm (Click to show)
Noctua NH-L9i (intel only)

37 x 95 x 95mm (with fan)
Product Page

Scythe Kozuti - A very good performer for its small size.

110 x 103 x 40mm
Product Page
Amazon Link $41.08 as of Date Sep 21, 2015


Top-down Cooler Recommendations:
Under 110mm (Click to show)
Noctua NH-D9L
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110m height
Product Page
Newegg Link as of Sep 21, xxxx
Under 100mm (Click to show)
Noctua NH-L12

128 x 150 x 93mm (with top fan) / 128 x 150 x 66mm (with bottom fan)
Product Page
Newegg Link $60.99 as of Sep 21, 2015
Under 90mm (Click to show)
Cryorig C1 - This is regarded to be the best performing cooler, but one of the more expensive low profile coolers.

144.5 x 140 x 74mm
Product Page
Newegg Link $64.99 as of Sep 23, 2015

SilverStone Nitrogon NT06-Pro

140 x 139 x 82mm (fan mounted at bottom)
Product Page
Newegg Link $58.00 as of Sep 21, 2015



Glossary




Suggestions to Motherboard Manufacturers
  • Mini-DTX formfactor motherboards. An additional pci-e x16 slot would be useful for adding a soundcard or running single slot SLI/crossfireX systems. Link
  • A physical jumper that disables onboard graphics for headless systems to lower heat output.
  • CPU Voltage Negative offset to lower heat output!!! (really important in small cases)

Suggestions to Case Manufacturers
  • A m-itx case that is actually not as large as a midtower. If a matx motherboard can physically fit inside a m-itx case, it defeats the purpose of having a smaller motherboard.
  • A dual expansion slot m-itx case that is less than 10 liters in volume and has a handle.
  • A 5 slot matx case that is less than 20 liters in volume and has a handle.


Suggestions to SFX PSU Manufacturers
  • A low wattage, passive modular PSU. Basically a modular version of the SilverStone SF30SF. A lot of people do not need a high wattage PSU. In 2 of my builds, I'm only using <35 watts and the other 30 - 90 watts.


Suggestions to CPU Cooler/Heatsink Manufacturers
  • Use screws instead of metal fan clips to mount the fan to the heatsink if it is a top down cooler. Those clips are a pain to remove. Thermalright has gotten it right with their AXP100/200 coolers.



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ghostrider85 08-30-2012 04:27 PM

SG07 yay! https://www.overclock.net/t/1266762/updated-project-unicorns-and-rainbows-sff-gaming-rig/0_20 IMAG0040.jpg

SG08 another yay! https://www.overclock.net/t/541767/club-for-those-with-beastly-matx-itx-rigs/4520_20#post_18051641IMAG0065-1.jpg

more? thumbsupsmiley.png

psyclum 08-30-2012 05:52 PM

personally i do not see the OCN SFF community to be large enough to segregate the beastly thread from a SFF thread. but that's just my opinion.

DNytAftr 08-30-2012 06:09 PM

Hmmm interesting tongue.gif I'll see if I can post some pics later when I'm home

NFSxperts 08-30-2012 07:06 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by psyclum View Post

personally i do not see the OCN SFF community to be large enough to segregate the beastly thread from a SFF thread. but that's just my opinion.

I start this club to find out what the general consensus thinks a SFF case should be, and since people were arguing about the bitfenix prodigy being too big to be considered SFF.
Quote:
Originally Posted by DNytAftr View Post

Hmmm interesting tongue.gif I'll see if I can post some pics later when I'm home
Go on and post, and don't forget to vote.

ghostrider85 08-30-2012 08:17 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by NFSxperts View Post

I start this club to find out what the general consensus thinks a SFF case should be, and since people were arguing about the bitfenix prodigy being too big to be considered SFF.
Go on and post, and don't forget to vote.

well, THAT thread is titled BEASTLY MATX/MITX, and it was in the different section before, so as long as the PC is beastly and its either matx or mitx it should be acceptable. now that the thread is moved to SFF section, they want to kick out everyone in the club who have a large case, even if it's beastly mitx and/or matx. that is just not right.

xbournex 08-30-2012 08:35 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by NFSxperts View Post

I start this club to find out what the general consensus thinks a SFF case should be, and since people were arguing about the bitfenix prodigy being too big to be considered SFF.
Go on and post, and don't forget to vote.

The argument about Prodigy does not need to be started again. Most people in the thread have agreed with what I've been saying. Prodigy is not a SFF. A case can be ITX, but not SFF. We called it a compact case, without compromise.

armourcore9brker 08-30-2012 11:52 PM

I guess if you want to make an official SFF club, that's ok. I can't say that I agree with this move though.

All it does is further fracture the small community we have now. This is like having a public playground we all enjoy. Then a new kid comes on the block and starts coming in. So we go build our own playground and make a sign specifically keeping out the new kid and even some kids that played on the previous playground.

If it'll make people happy, I guess it is a good thing. Seems like it will just cause more confusion and conflict though.

stealthybox 08-31-2012 12:11 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by xbournex View Post

The argument about Prodigy does not need to be started again. Most people in the thread have agreed with what I've been saying. Prodigy is not a SFF. A case can be ITX, but not SFF. We called it a compact case, without compromise.
I would kind of disagree with this, because I think it's selling the case short a little bit.
I don't think all of that criticism was necessarily for the case itself but for the misuse of it.
There are some really epic Prodigy builds on this forum that are totally SFF.
SFF in the same way that miahallen's build in the SG05 amaze me, but for instance, if everyone were to start purchasing SG05's and putting one H61 board and a hard-drive in it, I don't think I would like that very much, and the SG05 is like, one of my favorite cases...

Quote:
Originally Posted by armourcore9brker View Post

I guess if you want to make an official SFF club, that's ok. I can't say that I agree with this move though.
All it does is further fracture the small community we have now. This is like having a public playground we all enjoy. Then a new kid comes on the block and starts coming in. So we go build our own playground and make a sign specifically keeping out the new kid and even some kids that played on the previous playground.
If it'll make people happy, I guess it is a good thing. Seems like it will just cause more confusion and conflict though.
I agree with this statement.

I don't think that any size constraints should be placed on any formation of a club in here.
I do think that the SFF thread we have going could use some major organization in the OP.
Now that Dyson Poindexter is posting again, perhaps he could assist us with that.

Should there be an actual "SFF Club", I believe the only stipulation to be met in joining the club would be that the build(s) follow, roughly, guidelines for the spirit of SFF computing.
A sift through our existing thread may lend some insight into what most would regard as this idea.

However, the mass amount of argumentation present in that thread seems to have ceased.
There are people posting builds there again, and discussion has started to boot up.
I don't think a discrete 'members only' club is necessary for this community to thrive, neither would it be the entirely correct way to go about things.
This is where my views align with armour's.

Should there be a club formed, I believe it's only purpose should be for organization, documentation, discussion, and ease of use.
The last thing this community needs is a fragment of it parading around like elitists. We need to recognize that we're all here because we have some form of appreciation for size:performance.
Hopefully, we can all reach consensus on where to take this.

xbournex 08-31-2012 01:01 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by stealthybox View Post

I would kind of disagree with this, because I think it's selling the case short a little bit.
I don't think all of that criticism was necessarily for the case itself but for the misuse of it.
There are some really epic Prodigy builds on this forum that are totally SFF.
SFF in the same way that miahallen's build in the SG05 amaze me, but for instance, if everyone were to start purchasing SG05's and putting one H61 board and a hard-drive in it, I don't think I would like that very much, and the SG05 is like, one of my favorite cases...

To build onto this, I would disagree in some way.
There's 2 main different "definitions" of SFF

1. As in OP's definition: http://www.formfactors.org/developer%5Cspecs%5CuATX_SFF_Case_Study_Rev1_0.pdf
2. "My case, its form factor (FF's as in ATX, EATX, ITX) is 'small' " - which leads to people to classifiy a small case as "Small form factor"

I have no problem saying that our case is classified in the #2 definition. It's our smallest case. But for people who are in category one (the point of this club), this is not the "case" /pun

Comparing it in the "Beastly matx/itx" club, I would classify it (prodigy) in category 2. The reason for the huge uproar in that thread was the people who believed in category 1.


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