My Thermaltake SD100 build with pics

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Weaksauce
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Thermaltake SD100 is great mini-ITX case. Looks it's not really popular here. Anyway, check out the specs:

CPU: Intel Core i7-2600
CPU heatsink: Scythe Kozuti
MoBo: Intel H67 mini-ITX
NB heatsink: Zalman ZM-NB32K
Memory: 8 GB Corsair Vengeance LP
HDD: 600 GB WD VelociRaptor (10000rpm)
PSU: SeaSonic 250W
Case: Thermaltake SD100 mini
Case Fan: NoiseBlocker 60mm XR2

It's not really for gaming... However, taking into account Llano (and especially upcoming Trinity) APU performance, such systems can be gaming systems as well. Some time ago I assembled Llano gaming rig (Thermaltake SD200 case) and I was able to Play Battlefield Bad Company 2 on APU alone. With Intel HD graphics I can play just Quake 2 and such...

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[H]ard|Gawd
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Wow, huge pics! They almost but not quite filled up my 30" monitor. :p

Was the chipset heatsink needed for temperature issues?
 

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Weaksauce
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Unfortunately, we cannot post images at this forum (Why? vBulletin allows this)

Chipset heatsink was set just for fun! Anyway, in my opinion, the heatsink that came with this MoBo is just too small. Finger test shows that this chipset produces lots of heat, so worth it.

On my Z68 ITX (ASRock) build I even installed an active chipset cooler! :p
 
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