The OFFICIAL post pics of your SFF thread...

raymondo

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Lone Industries L2 or L3, not quite sure. At the moment he's got not cases left to sell but at some point in time he might reconsider producing another batch.
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There are also a few threads about his cases here.
 

Stevo_

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Oh ok, just thought it was odd to have to do a case like that... What case is it anyway???
Yes an L2, the spec for the PCIE cards has an EMI bump on the tab, the case itself was missing a cutout to match. I later put a fiber washer under the tab with the mounting screw going thru it in to balance it out. James fixed it in the L3 I believe.
 

SKiZZ

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@w1rertap How does this unit fair in the latest pfsense v2.3.0?

- Silverstone PT13 Slim-ITX Case
- Jetway NF9HG-2930 (Intel Celeron N2930 1.83 - 2.16 GHz Quad Core Processor, 4x Intel i211AT Gigabit LAN, mini-PCIe, mSATA, etc..)
- 8GB DDR3-1600 Kingston HyperX Impact 1.35v (Part#: HX316LS9IB/8)
- 128GB SanDisk x110 mSATA SSD
- FSP 60w power brick

Currently running pfSense 2.2.4-RELEASE
 

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Lian Li Q06b, Asus p8z77-i deluxe, i7 2700k @ 4.8ghz, gtx670 @ 1250/7600
cpu: Megahalems + 2 gelid slim fans, gpu cooler - gelid icy vision



This is really cool, despite me really wanting the opposite of this. What I want more than anything is a way of sealing a computer from dust. I hate dust.

I guess at least this way, you would know when you heat sinks are getting too much dust in them.
 

jamesman32

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I found a new(?) case manufacturer on Amazon and thought I'd give them a try as I was getting bored with my Silverstone SG13. It's the CR280 made by Riotoro, and it's around $50.

I wanted a tradition tower case layout without compromising the mITX form factor. The Fractal Design Define Nano S was just a bit too big for my tastes, so this case turned out to be the perfect substitute.

  • Good quality paint inside and out
  • Steel front facia instead of plastic
  • All black front panel cabling
  • Five 120mm fan spots
  • Removable dust filters front and top
  • Front panel I/O mounted to case, not to the facia (no pulling wires when removing the panel to clean dust filters)
  • Cable management holes in useful places
  • Lots of room behind motherboard tray (there's even a 3.5" drive mount back there)
  • Rubber grommets on all hard drive and fan screw holes
Overall I love the case so far, so I thought I'd share some build pictures to tip others off to this new company.

Specs below
  • Intel i7 6800k w/ Corsair H60 (2 SP120 fans)
  • ASRock X99 ITX
  • 16GB Crucial DDR4
  • Intel 600p 256gb NVMe SSD
  • 2x HGST 1TB 7200rpm 2.5" HDDs
  • Nvidia FE GTX 1070
  • Silverstone Strider 500w w/ short cable set
  • Riotoro CR280 w/ 5 AF120 fans



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w1retap

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Some new SFF pr0n just arrived at my house today. Jonsbo U1 Plus. I'll most likely be doing a Ryzen 1800X + x300 ITX + 1080/1070 mini with it, depending on the AMD Ryzen benchmarks if they hold true.

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The_Mage18

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.....that's sexy. Trade for favors?

Some new SFF pr0n just arrived at my house today. Jonsbo U1 Plus. I'll most likely be doing a Ryzen 1800X + x300 ITX + 1080/1070 mini with it, depending on the AMD Ryzen benchmarks if they hold true.
 

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Update! Test fitting everything.

Jonsbo U1 Plus
Corsair SF600 SFX PSU
ASRock Z270M-ITX/ac
Intel i7 7700k
16GB (8GBx2) Crucial Ballistix Tactical DDR4-3000
Zotac GTX 1080 Mini
250GB Samsung 960 EVO NVMe
Noctua NH-C14S CPU Cooler w/ Noctua Redux 140mm PWM Silent Fan
Noctua Redux 80mm PWM Silent Fan (not installed yet)

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My current Ncase M1 build:

Custom water loop:

GPU block with internal water pump: Alphacool Eiswolf GPX Pro (the water pump is running at 7V)
CPU block: Alphacool NexXxoS XP³ Light V2
Radiator: 240mm MagiCool G2 Slim
Reservior: Alphacool Cape Coolplex Pro 10 LT
Fittings: Bitspower and Alphacool
Tubing: Tygon E3603
Liquid: Aqua Computer Double Protect Ultra
Fans: 2x Noctua NF-P12 (bottom intake: idle 500 rpm / load 750 rpm), 2x Noiseblocker NB-eLoop B12-PS (side outtake: idle 600 rpm / load 850 rpm)
Dust filter: Everywhere

Used hardware:

Intel i7-3770 @ 4.15 Ghz (delidded)
EVGA GTX 1070 @ 2 Ghz GPU / 4.5 Ghz memory
ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe
Corsair 16 GB DDR3-1600
Corsair SF450 450W SFX12V
480 GB Crucial M500 SSD

Cooling performance:

After one hour playing DOOM at highest settings I hit these temperatures (room temperature ~ 24°C):

CPU peak at 51°C
GPU peak at 41°C

Running a synthetic benchmark like Prime95 (v26.6) CPU peak at 55°C and running syntheticbenchmark like Unigine Superposition Benchmark GPU peak at 43°C.






 

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Ncase M1 Gigabyte 1080 16gb 7700k noctua d9l 2x120corsair SP fan in bottom, 1 AF fan on side, 1 92mm noctua redux exhaust m.2 ssd and 2.5" ssd, sf600 psu and cablemod cables

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VanGoghComplex

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Nice job on the build. I have the same case I am using as a media server, what is that you have mounted at the front above the PSU?
It's a little voltage controller I'm using to slow down the water pump. It's pretty noisy and way more powerful than needed at full tilt, but the knob makes bleeding easy. =)
 

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It's a PCI to 2 PCI riser. The board is a VIA EPIA C7 CN10000EG. I had to go with an ITX board that had full Win98/DOS driver support. Unless someone knows of another ITX board that would work with Windows 98.. I couldn't find any Pentium III ITX boards for sale anywhere, and I only know of two that were made. Maybe a Socket A / 462 ITX board would also work, but I haven't tested any for full Win 98 driver support. The problem is, it needs a supported graphics chipset for the 2D graphics, and also a supported sound chipset.

Short work log: https://smallformfactor.net/forum/threads/wiretaps-3dfx-voodoo-2-sli-reverse-sleeper-itx-form-factor.8236/
 
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My new project.. well.. older gear but new project. ASrock z77 itx with a 2500k cooled by an H90 (push pull ) and some Crucial tacitical tracers... just having fun tinkering.. 4500mhz for now. I have a 750ti to slap into it.

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Very cool revenant, I'd give anything to still have my 2500k. Looking back on it now I wouldn't have bothered with a Haswell upgrade and possibly not Skylake either. Performance gains were so minimal.
 

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Very cool revenant, I'd give anything to still have my 2500k. Looking back on it now I wouldn't have bothered with a Haswell upgrade and possibly not Skylake either. Performance gains were so minimal.
Thanks man. Side by side this one is a little less snappy than my Z270 skylake itx build but not by a lot.. Once windows is loaded and settled it's very hard to tell... and even that time is not much. It's a nice little rig. I am thinking it will be my new dedicated streaming rig for my Shield portable.
 

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After building my own PCs for 10ish years and never having them match, always being Frankenstein’d together, always ugly... I’m done. New build time!

First pic has the H200 case always dissasemlbed because I got it a few days early and had to mess with it.
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Not pictured: 1tb m.2 SATA SSD, and my EVGA SSC 1060 that I’m reusing. Didn’t go NVME because of budget and because this will only be used for gaming and web browsing. Didn’t go intel because of budget and 2600x was on sale.

2nd pic: most everything together testing it
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3rd pic: new NZXT fans and EVGA cables! Also a custom V1 backplate that i need a better pic of, doesn’t really fit well because of the audio ports AIO whatever squeezes it making the right “pop up” probably won’t keep the backplate.

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After building my own PCs for 10ish years and never having them match, always being Frankenstein’d together, always ugly... I’m done. New build time!

First pic has the H200 case always dissasemlbed because I got it a few days early and had to mess with it.
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Not pictured: 1tb m.2 SATA SSD, and my EVGA SSC 1060 that I’m reusing. Didn’t go NVME because of budget and because this will only be used for gaming and web browsing. Didn’t go intel because of budget and 2600x was on sale.

2nd pic: most everything together testing it
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3rd pic: new NZXT fans and EVGA cables! Also a custom V1 backplate that i need a better pic of, doesn’t really fit well because of the audio ports AIO whatever squeezes it making the right “pop up” probably won’t keep the backplate.

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Looks really nice! The red/black cables really help with the appearance. I'd add some cable combs to really finish off this look.
 

GT98

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So is a Thermaltake Level VT20 considered SFF? If So I'll post photos of my current build.
 

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Fractal NanoS
Asus Strix Z270i w/ de-lidded 7700K @ 5GHz
G. Skill 3600 C15 RAM
2X 960 Pro 512 M.2 drives
Titan Xp
EK blocks, pump, res
HW Labs Black Ice Nemesis GTS 280 front, GTS 240 top
Primochill PETG, Revolver fittings
Seasonic X750 PSU

Maybe a little larger than some of the SFF, but it's mITX

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GT98

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Here is my new setup-


Thermaltake - Level 20 VT MicroATX Desktop Case
Intel - Core i7-9700K 3.6 GHz
Asus - ROG STRIX Z390-I GAMING Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard
Crucial - P1 1 TB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive
MSI - GeForce RTX 2080 8 GB SEA HAWK X EK
AlphaCool Radiatore NexXxoS XT45 Full Copper X-Flow 280mm
XSPC TX120 Ultra Thin Radiator, 120mm

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AG1M

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Love the Jonsbo U1 Plus (y)

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- ASRock Z370M-ITX/ac motherboard
- Delided Intel 8600k @ 4.5 Ghz cooled by Xilence M504D tower cooler with a single 92mm Noctua Redux fan and a 80mm Noctua Redux fan as exhaust
- 2x8 GB DDR4 Corsair Vengeance LPX @ 3200 CL14
- KFA² GeForce GTX 1050 Ti OC (removed the stock fan an placed a Noctua NF-A12x15 underneath)
- 500 GB Samsung 860 Evo M.2 SSD
- Corsair SF450 PSU
- Some RGB stripes

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