Budget ITX gaming rig
Was super easy to build due to part selection.
Fits in a super tiny case.
The name should be Nintex Shoebox
nvidia intel itx shoebox
nice build, I know it is safe but on the last picture the psu above the mobo, Well.... It doesn't look good i would be ******** but ik it is fine :)
Very nice budget build mate, I'm waiting for my parts for a very similar setup, how does your rig run? Temperatures in check?
i love it! i have one question though. instead of an i5 cpu could i change that out with an i7 quad core? i dont know a lot about computers so im sorry if this is a dumb question.
as far as I know, the processors for an i5 and an i7 should be the same size and have similar sized fans. so I don't see why it wouldn't work
Y no pics w/ the 960 in there? :/
I know right? Show some love for the 960!
Nice build! Might wanna look into a noctua nf-f12. Better static pressure and directed air flow to hit that stock cpu cooler better. And where's the 960's pictures??? Also the finished product would be nice to see lol
This build sounds awesome! Do you have any pictures of it fully built? I actually wanted to build something like this, but put it in a Fat 50 50 caliber ammo can so I can take it around with me.
Looks good! Please include a picture with GPU installed.
800 shoe box, this is beautiful.
The only thing i would have change in our place, is take out the SSD and get the small form factor gtx 970. Its the size of two credit cards and it has the same performance as the rest.
But i guess some people like their boot times.
i recently got the JetFlo fan ... man it is LOUD
I only have 3 in my rig :/
xD i only got 1 as I read the reviews , but overall a good fan
Its not THAT bad as long as you have a quiet case in which case you hear a faint noise of wind if not you get a deafaning buzzing noise
its PWM........ if you run it at full speed 2000 rpms it will be LOUD just as any other fan at that speed... I used to have sickleflows on my old build and I ran them at 40% at which they still move good amount of air..
36.0 dbA, I would say this is pretty loud.