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About Kirrr

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    Junior Member

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  • CPU
    Intel i5-7600 @ 4.1 all cores sync'd
  • Motherboard
    Asus Strix B250I-itx
  • RAM
    2x8GB Kingston HyperX Fury 2400MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1070 Mini
  • Case
    Jonsbo U1+
  • Storage
    Toshiba XG6 - 512GB
  • PSU
    Corsair SF600
  • Display(s)
    LG 27EA83-D
  • Cooling
    Thermalright Direct 90 + 2x Noctua Redux
  • Keyboard
    Ducky Shine 3 - lubed, clipped
  • Mouse
    Steelseries Rival 110
  • Sound
    Philips SPA2360/10 2.1
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit

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  1. MAN! I love these Workstations. I used to have a Z620 with the Octacore CPU, 32GB ram and a GTX1070. That thing was a beast, but the SSF fever got me.
  2. @TVwazhere: That list is great. I'm checking it right now. Those cases are a bit pricey for me... As for bigger case... I would like to get similar size or, diferent layout but smaller.
  3. @Streetguru: That case is just too big. The SG13 could be good. My concern about ventillation is not the problem with heat, but with wind noise, as currently the card is closed in from 3 sides. @Genwyn: That's a good one. There's a vent on the top as I remember correctly.
  4. Okay, I'm starting this topic to get some halp from the community. I'm currently in a hunt for a small case for my components, which are the following: Asus B250i ITX board i5-7600 nonK Noctua NH-L9i cooler (just 37mm tall) FuryX memory Zotac 1080ti Mini - 21cm long (please convert to inches...) Corsair SF600 - I have a custom Cable Kit, would be great if I can use it in the new case No additional SSD or HDD - just one nvme drive on the board Currently I am using a Jonsbo U1+, which thereotically could not fit the current graphics card. But, without the front IO it could. However, the noise is bad. Not the fans, but the turbulent wind noise. So I decided to get a new case. I'm very price oriented, so every penny could count. Pictures and ideas: My new Idea would be a two chamber designed case. Like the Dan Case A4, but as I mentioned, cheaper the better. So I find some alternatives and other style cases to work with. First: Kolink Rocket - Dan case copy, but bigger, could be ventillated better than the current case. Pricey but can work out some trade-in with a second hand unit. Second: Geeek A50 - Another Dan case copy, but DIY. Could make some custom side panels for better airflow and can be ventillated better than the current case. The Price Is right (#Floss) Third: Geeek A40 - This is a diferent idea for the dual chamber design, like we saw on Velka cases. This would be perfect in my opinion. The Price Is right (#Floss) If anyone knows a better alternative, feel free to suggest me anything, but don't want to spend all of my money on the case as every part of the machine is second hand or super discounted... Thank you.
  5. That tower is not that great. Got it with the case (both second hand) an it fits nicely, but the direct contact heatpipes are really bad and a bit uneven. Also the original fan was like a hairdryer... hence the Noctua swap. Edit1: Just checked, the A40 could fit everything that I need. Currently sold out, GREAT! Edit2: Making too many off topic posts, gonna' make a case topic for my suffering
  6. Thanks. But too big. Also I've got a low profile Noctua cpu cooler for another build, so I can use that. Kolink Rocket or Geeek A40/A50 it is... Geeek would be better, so I can make custom side panels with the correct cutouts for the cpu and gpu fan.
  7. Considering a case swap. The turbolence and wind noise is nuts...
  8. CPU: 65°C - All cores synced to 4.1GHz turbo GPU: 84°C - nVidia's "max", so the ~1910MHz initial boost falls back to the Zotac default clocks 1620MHz, but stays there and not throttles.
  9. Jonsbo U1+ ( its in my signature ) Roughly 12L, full aluminum. sfx psu, regular cpu tower cooler (not too big) Tempered glass Side, open bottom for the graphics card. Current state:
  10. GPU upgrade time! Squeezed it in:
  11. Bought a used Ducky Shine 3 for 15 bucks... some leds don't work... me no care Just put my blanks on: #NOICE
  12. Getting the parts for the new rig... My last custom built pc was a Prescott P4, since then I used a dozen of laptops and nowadays old Workstation machines (signature) Finally building something new. Never ever have an ITX build, so it will be fun. I guess... Parts that arrived: Graphics card: Gigabyte 1070 Mini OC Motherboard: Asus Strix B250I mITX CPU: Intel i5-7600 (maybe later switching to i7, we will see) RAM: Kingston HyperX Fury 2400MHz DDR4 SSD: Toshiba XG6 512GB PSU: Corsair SF600 Case will arrive tommorrow, if anything goes as planned. Then I will make a build log from this.