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A mini-ITX powerhouse for my living room, after my main build is completed this will be a secondary build for friends to game on when they're over.

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  • 61 months ago
  • 2 points

Wow nice rig!!

BTW...Your parts list has the wrong GTX 970. :)

  • 61 months ago
  • 1 point

yea, he has the smaller variant

  • 61 months ago
  • 2 points

The length is the same for the standard and G1,

  • 61 months ago
  • 1 point

It's the G1 Gaming GTX 970, I don't think that's the "smaller variant". It's a pain to get in there btw; you have to remove the optical drive bracket, wedge it in sideways and pull it around to the right angle, and then bend the PCI-E bracket around the motherboard to get it to fit.

  • 61 months ago
  • 1 point

I know, I couldn't find the G1 Gaming 970 at the time, I'll amend it if I can.

Edit: All fixed!

  • 61 months ago
  • 1 point

What the f'@k. My only pc costs 300 dollars total, and youre telling me that this pc only vies in ur living room !?!?!?!? I can just imagine ur gaming rig

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

I would have personally chosen the reference cards because of its blower style, nonetheless, this is a badass build. :)

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

Why? What is the advantage of that style? Going to upgrade at next year's tax time, I should have $1k+ for upgrades; really hoping there's a dual GPU version of the Titan X. Of course that card gets so hot that a custom loop will be necessary.

  • 54 months ago
  • 1 point

There is a dual Titan X card. It is called the Titan Z. And no you do not need a custom loop for it

  • 55 months ago
  • 1 point

Wow, nice job getting the 970 G1 in there. Are you using the stock 140mm front fan? I am thinking about doing a similar build and swapping in a 200mm fan if possible.

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  • 61 months ago
  • 1 point

I'd originally gone with an ASROCK Z97 M-ITX/AC but realized it was only four phase and decided that it wouldn't be capable of safely overclocking as far as I was planning, and considering it only had a 4-pin CPU on-board I doubt it'd have been stable at anything more than a very modest overclock.