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A project I have kept collecting parts for since last year.
A SFF build with infamous Swordfish/Metalfish S3 case.
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Parts include:
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Ryzen 5 2600
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The build:
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I do enjoy Star Trek btw :D :D
 
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Not that much of a fan of those super small-sized PCs, but I have to admit that pretty simple and clean! mATX is the smallest that I'll go, just because of the simplicity and affordability. :)

I do enjoy Star Trek btw :D :D
Heh, never been a fan myself. I'm more into Star Wars. :D
 

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Not that much of a fan of those super small-sized PCs, but I have to admit that pretty simple and clean! mATX is the smallest that I'll go, just because of the simplicity and affordability. :)
Cases like that take it to the extreme, like really anything sub about 6-7 Litres capacity is crazy cramped, often needing smaller than even SFX PSU's, ITX GFX cards (170mm long) etc. I recently moved my ITX build into an NR200P which is ~18L capacity and relatively speaking feels roomy as! Fits an RTX3080, big tower coolers, water-cooling etc, from my perspective at least it has very few SFF compromises.
 
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Cases like that take it to the extreme, like really anything sub about 6-7 Litres capacity is crazy cramped, often needing smaller than even SFX PSU's, ITX GFX cards (170mm long) etc. I recently moved my ITX build into an NR200P which is ~18L capacity and relatively speaking feels roomy as! Fits an RTX3080, big tower coolers, water-cooling etc, from my perspective at least it has very few SFF compromises.
If I'd go for mITX, I'd go probably for Define Nano S or something similar.. pretty big for mITX but at least it's easier to manage than those hella small systems :)
 

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If I'd go for mITX, I'd go probably for Define Nano S or something similar.. pretty big for mITX but at least it's easier to manage than those hella small systems :)
I had to search it but yeah that basically seems like an even roomier NR200P, very contemporary design. And really if you don't need to go SFF for space constraints or portability then why not. Still relative to even most Micro ATX cases it's compact.!
 
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I had to search it but yeah that basically seems like an even roomier NR200P, very contemporary design. And really if you don't need to go SFF for space constraints or portability then why not. Still relative to even most Micro ATX cases it's compact.!
Well, I had a Corsair Carbide Air 740 not that long ago and that was a true behemoth, so my mATX build with Define Mini C feels tiny compared to it :) I would have gone with ATX, but my friend had this case and I got it pretty cheap from him, so I decided to go for mATX this time. Pretty long time since my last mATX build as I had a Corsair Carbide 88R with a Gigabyte H81 board back then. Still have pics from that build:


G3258 @ 4.7GHz, 8GB DDR3-1066 @ 1333, R9 290
 

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I had a Corsair Carbide Air 740 not that long ago and that was a true behemoth
Been through the big case phase too! been a while now but the last massive one was an Antec 1200, then a 90(2?), and they just kept getting smaller :p

At work RN, hard to find pics so old but my lord I remember this Cribs thing that didn't seem to really take off, but here's the video I did for it a staggering 11 years ago... that massive antec can be seen in there as I go over my setup :p

 
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Been through the big case phase too! been a while now but the last massive one was an Antec 1200, then a 90(2?), and they just kept getting smaller :p

At work RN, hard to find pics so old but my lord I remember this Cribs thing that didn't seem to really take off, but here's the video I did for it a staggering 11 years ago... that massive antec can be seen in there as I go over my setup :p

I had a 900 back in the day, it was a nice case back in the day. :toast:

Went back to air as there's simply not enough space for the loop as it's probably not wise to have the pump-reservoir on the top of the case.. the Cryorig C7 isn't the best cooler but it's the best air cooler for AM4 which I currently have. :D

 

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Airflow from rear to front? :confused:
yes fan wont fit on other side, so it will do till i get another cooler. had a disaster so have removed all the water cooling. see name of PC
 
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yes fan wont fit on other side, so it will do till i get another cooler. had a disaster so have removed all the water cooling. see name of PC
I'd have the CPU cooler fan pulling air from the heatsink and the rear fan as an exhaust. :)
 
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I'd have the CPU cooler fan pulling air from the heatsink and the rear fan as an exhaust. :)
That is exactly what i have done. DSC_0015.JPG

Tbh temps are not too bad, but i do have 3x 140 in on the front, and 3 x 140 out as you can see so i reckon i have pretty good airflow through my case. the 3 140's are nigh on the full height of the front of the case. They were on the 420 radiator, which is sold now along with the rest of it. I am sticking to air for a while while i lick my wounds at destroying the gtx 1080. i do have a nice £300 keyring though DSC_0016.JPG
 
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My cpu block got clogged some how.. Just decided to rebuild the whole loop as a nice little day project to fix it. Got rid of the quick disconnects and mounted the res directly to the chassis. Also flipped the fans to pull air through the rad so I can use the radiator shroud properly. It preforms amazing now with the response to load Temps.
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My cpu block got clogged some how.. Just decided to rebuild the whole loop as a nice little day project to fix it. Got rid of the quick disconnects and mounted the res directly to the chassis. Also flipped the fans to pull air through the rad so I can use the radiator shroud properly. It preforms amazing now with the response to load Temps.
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gamersnexus has a video on radiators and piping, radiators should never have the pipes coming from the top when mounted in the front. to prevent clogs he recommends pipes from the bottom, so you would need to flip your radiator. this was an AIO video, not sure if it applies to custom loops, but it looks like the same radiator, so I am assuming it does as its a radiator physics issue.
 
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gamersnexus has a video on radiators and piping, radiators should never have the pipes coming from the top when mounted in the front. to prevent clogs he recommends pipes from the bottom, so you would need to flip your radiator. this was an AIO video, not sure if it applies to custom loops, but it looks like the same radiator, so I am assuming it does as its a radiator physics issue.
if you want to come dremel out the hole in the bottom of my case to make the radiator fit as you suggest, be my guest.
 
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if you want to come dremel out the hole in the bottom of my case to make the radiator fit as you suggest, be my guest.
i'd do it if you let me sleep on your couch for a week, always wanted to see Austin. lol
 
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Got her running semi- passively. My case fans are at 5v, so they aren’t doing much and I have to say I really do like the lack of noise. I can run linpack xtreme at 4400mhz and it doesn’t really break 80, and at 4500mhz it won’t break 90. Not bad.. a fan only gets me a couple hundred MHz lol :laugh:


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Ok, well I took out my top fans, and only saw 1c gain on cpu load temp.. not bad.

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Got her running semi- passively. My case fans are at 5v, so they aren’t doing much and I have to say I really do like the lack of noise. I can run linpack xtreme at 4400mhz and it doesn’t really break 80, and at 4500mhz it won’t break 90. Not bad.. a fan only gets me a couple hundred MHz lol :laugh:

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nice, but you remove the fan from the heatsink? and cables that taped on the lower fan
 
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Yes, no fan on the heatsink, case fans running on as little power as possible, gpu fans are off (until they turn on)

Nice and quiet compared to what I am used to. I did have a TY143 on the cooler :laugh:

I ran this yesterday with my current config:

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Yes, I broke the insulation on the wire a couple years ago.
 

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Not that much of a fan of those super small-sized PCs, but I have to admit that pretty simple and clean! mATX is the smallest that I'll go, just because of the simplicity and affordability. :)


Heh, never been a fan myself. I'm more into Star Wars. Spaceballs :D
I've corrected that gross mistake there @Chloe Price !! :laugh: :laugh: If you haven't seen it, you must!!

Loving the pics of the rigs in here everyone :D :D
 
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