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About SenKa

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    Does anybody even read these? Tacos!
  • Birthday 2001-08-25

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    Studying Law at my local uni. Love working on all things tech, and cars
  • Occupation
    Repair Tech


  • CPU
    R9 3900x
  • Motherboard
    Asus Crosshair VIII Forumula
  • RAM
    32GB 3000MHz Gskill Trident RGB
  • GPU
    EVGA RTX 2080 Super FTW3 Hybrid, Gigabyte Windforce GTX 670
  • Case
    Fractal Define R6
  • Storage
    256GB Kingston NVME, 2TB Intel 660p, 8TB WD White HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair HX1000i
  • Cooling
    Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280
  • Keyboard
    TG3 BL82D (Vintage Blacks), Razer Ornata Chroma
  • Mouse
    Razer VIper Ultimate
  • Sound
    Steel Series Actis Pro 7
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro For Workstations
  • Laptop
    Thinkpad T430
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  1. Is there an official case size cutoff for what is and isn't an SFF case?

    1. Eschew


      The next largest case type, the mini-tower, is usually defined as a case that stands 12" - 18" tall. We could probably label cases that are shorter than 12" - 18" as SFFs? I couldn't find an exact size or volume cutoff for SFF cases, however. The general consensus seems to be a wishy-washy, "SFFs are smol."




    2. VegetableStu


      we've generally accepted intel's definition (surprise! i lost the link to the old pdf though ,_,) of 20L and smaller (20 x 1,000,000 cubic millimeter or 1,000 cubic centimeter), but SFF purists and extreme enthusiasts tend to prefer going lower than 10L


      it's less strict for contemporary discussion, but cases that only mount ITX boards would be held to the standard more closely, especially if an ATX motherboard could float in there


      there is a separate but somewhat parallel school of thought called Space Efficiency, where a case would have very little empty space when loaded, all while not impeding airflow and thermal performance. SFF cases tend to easily check that aspect, but specific cases above 20L could also be space efficient (e.g.: servers)


      either way, if you can't do this to your build for more than 10 minutes, it's unlikely that people would regard it as SFF