SFF Gallery

Discussion in 'Small Form Factor PCs' started by PJ Matthews, Jul 29, 2003.

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  1. Encore

    Encore -= Hot Glue Black Tape =-

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    Nah the server is on SuperJANET, its just an enormous vid :D
     
  2. prosser13

    prosser13 Err...grrrrr?

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    Kai (my Custom SFF):

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    More pictures to come soon, still needs a bit of work
     
  3. Moira

    Moira Super Kustomer

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    It looks very nice, but don't you dislike the lack of room inside these? I have an SFF and I've cursed the lack of PCI slots etc many a time. It has two hard drives, one IDE and the other SATA and what a squash to get that particular side of the case fastened! And I simply can't use the one and only PCI slot because anything I put in there ends up jammed against the graphics card, which instantly becomes noisier as the fan has to work a lot harder to draw air in.
     
  4. Breezey

    Breezey Kustomer

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    Mine:

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    specs:
    E2140
    8800GT
    Nfail 630i
    2x250gb seagate
    scythe kaze master
    corsair hx520
    CM GeminII
     
  5. Moira

    Moira Super Kustomer

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    That looks nicely arranged inside Breezey! Good photos! I don't have mine now, partly because there's only two of us left in the house now, so I decided my PC and laptop were adequate between them :)
     
  6. BloomerzUK

    BloomerzUK I'm back!

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    Nice cooling solution that. No need for a Fan on the CPU Cooler (Mainly because you couldn't if you tried :D)
     
  7. jon bda

    jon bda Mission From God...

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    Will post a pic of the kids old SFF PC. Its changed a bit since then but as the new base unit looks identical to that one what the hell.
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    Now features an Aopen EZ-915T with P4 3.4ghz, 2gig RAM, 7950GT, 320gig HDD, Samsung SATA DVDRW. The monitors been swapped for a Hyundai N91W tft, the keyboards gone for a posher Logitech Media jobbie and the mouse has been swapped for an MX510 in blue. Should get some newer pics really. Fancying swapping the baseunit agin for something (Shuttle?) that'll do dual core...
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  8. Moira

    Moira Super Kustomer

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    It's only spoilt by that picture of Wayne Rooney :p
     
  9. Phoenixdancer

    Phoenixdancer Kustomer

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    here is mine.

    Its my main Rig, Contains water cooling in the way of a 200mm EK res, 2 x 120.2 rad and a ddc pro 4870x2 ek block and fuzion v2

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    The pictures are of my old setup with a 4870 and a 700w ocz psu.

    its got a 4870x2 and a BE Quiet 750w PSU now

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  10. BloomerzUK

    BloomerzUK I'm back!

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    Congrats on getting not 1 but 2 120.2 in there :eek: looks stunning mate :)
     
  11. Phoenixdancer

    Phoenixdancer Kustomer

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    It was bloomin hard, no room for anything left now
     
  12. BloomerzUK

    BloomerzUK I'm back!

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    BTW, digging the ghetto gaffer type job on outside 120mm fans :D.
     
  13. Phoenixdancer

    Phoenixdancer Kustomer

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    They were 140mm fans if im thinking back correctly :p on a pa120.2 that rad was awsom! was to big for my new case tho :(
     
  14. Moira

    Moira Super Kustomer

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    That's the trouble with SFF's. I don't think I'd ever have another one. I had two hard drives to wedge in and these were when SATA drives were just coming out, so one of the drives was a largish IDE drive. It really did squash everything together and I'm sure if affected the airflow as it seemed like the fans were working quite hard to keep it cool.
     
  15. Phoenixdancer

    Phoenixdancer Kustomer

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    with my case i have 6 120mm fans :p mines cool enough
     
  16. Moira

    Moira Super Kustomer

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    You really have designed and built a superb rig there :)
     
  17. BloomerzUK

    BloomerzUK I'm back!

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    Yeh, that rig inspires me to save up and do something like that. Slightly bigger case though :D, nothing wrong with yours.. just personal preferance.
     
  18. Phoenixdancer

    Phoenixdancer Kustomer

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    Thanks :) will add more photo's of my final version soon :D
     
  19. Moira

    Moira Super Kustomer

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    I look forward to seeing the final version! Do take some good photos :)
     
  20. Moira

    Moira Super Kustomer

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    This is well strange. I got a topic notification reply which isn't just late, but the last post was mine! Unless a mod has removed one .....