€70.00 EUR (Purchased)
3DMark 11 Benchmark
Graphics Score 15307
Physics Score 6481
Combined Score 6894
it kinda looks like a really small refrigerator also how did you find the space for that CPU cooler I bet it was a tight fit
It was also being called microwave, toaster and every other kitchenware by my friends hahah its funny.
There was an inch space between cooler and ram i'm not sure if it can be seen from the pictures. I needed to make a lot of cable management for it to breath easily.
ya I hope I never get a tiny case that will be a very big challengs for me
Sweet build. Looks great. Enjoy!
thanks. It actually is.
I love small form factor builds...
i would have gotten a single stick of ram, nice build none the less!
you miss out on dual channel if you do so...
Thanks a benchmark spec win, generally means nothing in real world use.
Build doesn't really need the 212 evo as you can't oc, I know some folks say stock is too loud but I've never had any issues.
Looks very nice otherwise.
that's exactly what i was looking for. a quiet and small PC station. that's why i went with extra cooler for lower fan speeds and if you look at my other parts all have low noise specs. Except from Western Digital. When i switch it on it's the only part i can hear working
Have you tried the stock cooler to see... umm hear :-D if there's any difference? Just curious, as I said I've never had any issues in that regard.
no i went with 212 EVO from the initial build. The reason was that i kept reading about stock fans being too noisy from everyone on reddit. So it happent to find 212 very cheap so i bought it.
Also another reason i chose to follow this path was the air ventilation. I wanted it to have a clear path leading on an exit ventilator than just blowing air randomly in my case.
I'm building almost the same box, except the GPU (the cheapest one) will be for next summer when I will add a Hackintosh VM to the system.
How is the temperature and noise in your current setup?
id take that over upgradability and the performance is maraginal
Wow! Never really noticed how crammed a mITX build gets! Looks great, lots of power..
It's really difficult to fit all those components into such a small box. but it's doable. Proof provided :)
Is an aftermarket cooler required for a non-overclockable cpu?
Why do you have 2 PSUs haha
I wanna build in i5 4590 ,if i use same all parts ,good for console (ps4) live streaming? (Connect capture card)
slim mini itx http://pcpartpicker.com/b/XmvV3C