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Just got this done. Made the case my hand from plexiglass.

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Core i3 2100 @ 3.1Ghz
4GB Corsair 1333Mhz
Generic PSU
250GB Laptop HDD (To be upraded to SSD)

Soon to add a GTX 650 Ti or a ATI 7770

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I love the mini ITX builds
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On a side note, I would like to see an extended mini ITX board so we can have another PCI-e slot for two water cooled GPUs or a water cooled GPU and sound card, but that is not up to us
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Welcome to OCN

Looks great

What does Generic PSU mean you dont know what it is?
 

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Welcome to OCN

Looks great

What does Generic PSU mean you dont know what it is?
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I mean the PSU is from some off brand. I don't remember what it is. I actually took all the internal parts of the PSU and put it in the case (without the PSU case).
 

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I mean the PSU is from some off brand. I don't remember what it is. I actually took all the internal parts of the PSU and put it in the case (without the PSU case).
Well its never a good idea to use something thats no name and unknown 9 out of 10 times its crap that kills some of your hardware
 

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Well what ever it was that I used seems to be reliable.
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I've tested all the voltages and the capacitors have all been replaced with very durable ones.
 

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Well what ever it was that I used seems to be reliable.
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I've tested all the voltages and the capacitors have all been replaced with very durable ones.
Well if you get the magic blue smoke you know why

Not saying it will just it can when you dont know what it is
 

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A quality power supply is important to rig stability and can last through several builds. I recommend one from Seasonic.
Or any of the other high end OEM´s that everyone wont or dont talk about

The new Super Flower Leadex platform has beaten even the best Seasonic has

Too bad its so damm hard to find
 

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Awesome itx bench, Either way I need to do something like that. Love itx builds, just can't justify it yet.

As for PSU's, rosewills capstone 450w is a superflower isn't it? Probably the best psu hands down for under 65.00 bucks. Well, last I checked it was 59.99 on newegg but ehh.
 

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Awesome itx bench, Either way I need to do something like that. Love itx builds, just can't justify it yet.

As for PSU's, rosewills capstone 450w is a superflower isn't it? Probably the best psu hands down for under 65.00 bucks. Well, last I checked it was 59.99 on newegg but ehh.
Its a Super Flower Golden Green and the entire Capstone lineup is Golden Green´s as well

So is the NZXT HALE 90 V1
The Kingwin Lazer Gold
The Azza Ultima
The PC Power And Cooling Silencer MK III 750/850
And the Sentey Golden Steel Power SM
 

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I would like to get a nice PSU but i'm in the Philippines. Availability is pretty low and shipping is a pain. I miss the USA...... way better shipping
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