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by texasmayne


Converted my build from atx to itx, and thought I would share it with you all. The last picture is a shot in the old case, Phanteks P400S TG,

Part Reviews


Started out with the 6700, then upgraded to this. No complaints whatsoever.

CPU Cooler

Purchased this back in 2015, and has to be my favorite cooler thus far. Temps are good and never go past 67 Celsius in my current case. Push pull config for you freaks.


I will stick with ASRock until the day I die. Fast boot/shut down/reboot times and no problems thus far with any of their products.


Overclocks to 3200MHz with no problems.


Got these from a friend of mine for a steal deal. Over 550 read/write for both of them. Feels so good to not have to wait on mechanical drivers anymore.

Video Card

Massive card is massive, and powerful.


Favorite case right here. But I do need to find a way to acquire some tempered glass to replace the top panel.

Power Supply

Scored this off of eBay for $30. Was supposed to be faulty, but it's been pasisng all of the stress tests/benchmarks that I have put it through thus far.

Case Fan

These little guys get the job done! Push plenty of air while staying quiet. What more could you ask for?

Case Fan

Replaced the brown anti-vibration pads with black chromax, and they are everything I hoped for them to be.

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Boith 3 Builds 2 points 18 months ago

Nice conversion. I did the opposite a few months ago when I moved my 300R build to a larger and inverted 600C. Also, good on you for taking the shots outside. I don't personally but it looks nice. +1

texasmayne submitter 4 Builds 2 points 18 months ago

Took a lot of motivation to take a break from PUBG and get these shots.

daroyaljester 2 points 17 months ago

Completely off topic but do you have a imgur link of that profile pic cause I completely need to make a sticker out of that for my craptop and google is not helping

Boith 3 Builds 2 points 17 months ago


That link should work. I just cropped the bottom one out.

daroyaljester 2 points 17 months ago

Thanks man, that's ******* beautiful. My laptop 'ill love it

Vgfyggujbvggg 2 points 18 months ago

Wasn't ryzen a better option? & I am curious how far can you go in terms of overclocking the i7 with this cooler? R u from France ?

texasmayne submitter 4 Builds 1 point 18 months ago

Ryzen would've been awesome, but I purchased the CPU long before ryzen was released. I messed with the overclock a little, and was able to get it to 4.3GHz, using the quick preset in the bios. I'll try again using intel's program and see how far this motherboard & cooler can go and post some results in the near future.

texasmayne submitter 4 Builds 1 point 18 months ago

And I'm from Texas.