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    GHOST S1 - When both size & performance matters

    According to staff on Sweclockers (who got the first prototype), they were worried that the quality (fitting mainly) on the end-product would turn out to be as on the prototype - but were positively surprised when they got it delivered. So it apparently increased in quality, at least slightly.
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    GHOST S1 - When both size & performance matters

    People just don't like the sudden radio-silence. Although I assume it is fitting that they are ghosting. A small update here and there, answering a question or two would alleviate a lot of the frustration with the above. But they aren't even updating their Kickstarter, which is the least you...
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    DAN HSLP-48: A powerful sub 50mm heatsink

    Well, you know with how some talk about how the AM4 socket is going to be used for ever... ;-)
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    HG Osmi Build

    It can ramp up the fans depending on multiple inputs, independently or in aggregate - but I don't remember it being able to set a time-limit on it and ignore temperature after that. You could set the fan to spin down over a long period of time but spin up fast to simulate it?
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    HG Osmi Build

    I'm just throwing this out there, but why doesn't you just use SpeedFan? I don't use it myself at the moment, but I was able to set up my case-fans depending on multiple temperature readings and limit the maximum and minimum fan duty (90% seem to be what you can stomach?).
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    GHOST S1 - When both size & performance matters

    I'm no expert here, but it looks like a slightly chewed fancy-pants cinnamon-bun. Reminds me of the semla-wrap/semmel-wrap so possibly from a bakery in Stockholm?
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    SENTRY: Console-sized gaming PC case project

    Well, the mounting system mounts directly to the fan-shroud not to the heat-sink - so if you remove the shroud the heat-sink will slide around underneath the new fan until you tighten it down? Edit: Now when I think about it, having a heavy heat-sink not directly secured in the motherboard...
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    NCASE M1: a crowdfunded Mini-ITX case (updates in first post)

    Curses on you Qrash - now I have to visit that website again. Who knows what else might find its way into my shopping basket. ;.;