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Spare/Mini Machine

by Flannel



Date Published

Nov. 13, 2014

Date Built

Sept. 27, 2014

CPU Clock Rate

3.1 GHz

CPU Temperature While Idle

38.0° C

CPU Temperature Under Load

59.0° C

GPU Core Clock Rate

830 MHz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

4 GHz

GPU Temperature While Idle

35.0° C

GPU Temperature Under Load

68.0° C


As I was upgrading mu main build quite a lot, I found I had a lot of decent components just sat around doing nothing. I decided to make a 'Mini' PC that I could use for LANS. The only parts I bought were the ITX motherboard and the ITX case. The graphics card I have the 'PALIT' 560ti which I couldn't find on the website so tried to find one a similar price and as close to performance as possible. The cable management on the build is'nt great but because the internals aren't that fancy anyway I could live with it.

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MockSeventy7 1 Build 4 points 51 months ago

That looks like a good use of spare parts to me. +1

DCarnage 1 point 51 months ago

I like spare parts builds. Looks great! +1

gigagoku12 1 Build 1 point 51 months ago

Well done, excellent use for spare parts

gugu96 19 Builds 1 point 51 months ago

I'd like to have your spare parts!!

DeathShallWait 1 point 51 months ago

Parts section says 750W PSU but its 850W actually?

Flannel submitter 2 Builds 1 point 51 months ago

I couldn't find the exact power supply I have in the parts list, so had to find one as close as possible to the one actually have.

brok249 1 point 51 months ago

Is that orange rim done by you? Great looking build! +1

Flannel submitter 2 Builds 2 points 51 months ago

Its an additional front panel which you can buy separately to the case

CompletelyLost 1 point 51 months ago

A very cool build! Loving everything about this

Meithen 2 Builds 1 point 51 months ago

Awesome case!

the_walker_lives 1 Build 1 point 51 months ago

The fan controller goes well with the case

gaudron234 1 point 50 months ago

I actually build a bitfenix prodigy and I would to buy a white mesh front pannel and I don't know where I can bought this.. can you tell me where you buy this?

Flannel submitter 2 Builds 1 point 50 months ago

They sell them at overclockers UK but for other countries I wouldn't know

Juanathon 1 point 50 months ago

cable management level: Flannel

Moffx 1 point 36 months ago

I'm currently building a budget rig in one of the BitFenix Prodigy cases and seeing your front panel has just cost me another £20 :( But other than that, nice build with spare parts!