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Specs:

Case: PC-TU200
GPU: GTX670 Windforce
HDD/SSD: 500GB velociraptor (taken out of 3.5 mounting, mounted in 2.5)/ 128GB Samsung 840 Pro
PSU: Zalman 750w (not very modular, hence messiness, but fits fine)
CPU Cooler: Kuhler 620 With noctua 140mm (used adapters included with fan to mount to front 140mm.)
Motherboard: AsRock Z77E-ITX (amazing mobo)
CPU: 3770K (Not overclocked ATM)
Ram: 16GB (2x8GB) GSkill ARES

Sorry for the messy cable management in advance, the power supply isn't very modular. Temps are great despite all of that. The case has been incredible so far, I hand carried this as my carry on item on the plane to Hong Kong and back and the handle has been great. It's not too heavy, and the construction is very sturdy.

Boot time: 14 seconds from press of power button to windows desktop.







Some screenshots from hitman, and temps


57C

59C


This is probably the best MINI-ITX case out there for portability, with the SG05 being the smallest, this is just a bit bigger (as well as fitting a full size PSU). I also am quite impressed with the Z77E-ITX, even though I had to RMA it once when I first had issues, it has been a great motherboard. If any of you have any questions or want me to post any more benches/temps let me know.
 

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Awesome build, I am going to do one with this case. I have a couple of questions. What fan is that on your cpu cooler, I can't seem to find one with the adapter. Also how long is your gpu, could you put a 120 fan on the radiator to do a push pull??
 

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Awesome build man, any more pictures?
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i have the same case, except a TU-100 ,check it out ^^ and subscribed
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Awesome build, I am going to do one with this case. I have a couple of questions. What fan is that on your cpu cooler, I can't seem to find one with the adapter. Also how long is your gpu, could you put a 120 fan on the radiator to do a push pull??
This is the fan I used, it includes the adapters http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835608017 .

I don't have any more pictures right now, it's currently a mess with hard drives and cables hanging out the side!

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And yes there would be room for another fan for push pull assuming it was a 120.
 
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