I inherited a few intel components from a buddy and ended up enjoying this project.
Searching around for reeeally small inexpensive ITX cases has been tricky.
The Jonsbo C2 came from Aliexpress for $25
Dimensions: 7.9" x 8.8" x 10.6" - 12 Liters
E3-1270 V2, Ballistix memory, SF600 reman and IS-40x all from ebay.
Temps are kinda high - will add spacers the top panel of the case to let heat outta the oven.
I had a 2600k for a while, and finally settled on the Xeon while messing with this itx as a bench build...
I was less worried about the Xeon heat in the Jonsbo - bringing TDP down to 69w from 95w.
It runs 3.7 all-clock, 3.8 dual core and 3.9ghz single
IS-40x is rated to 95w TDP, but that's more a myth than anything.
140mm case fan at the base, it's just mashing air into the lava vortex with the case closed. HEAT radiates out the rear end - seriously hot to touch, my old lady and I used it as a griddle yesterday at breakfast.
Opening the side drops temps over 10 degrees C
The case is ok for the price - it's light, fit and finish are decent, edges are sharp. It's really thin aluminum.
Having an 8" Samsung Tablet lying around I wanted to set it up as a monitor:
There's a $6 android app called "Wired X Display" and it works wonders! Display pops up with Win10 login - can use Android as monitor in a pinch with USB-C to USB interface. There are wireless options but you may have to be in OS to activate. I thought it was kinda slick because it worked...