- Oct 10, 2008
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|System Name||Acer Aspire V3-771G-53218G75Maii|
|Processor||Core i5 3210M (2,5-3,1Ghz)|
|Memory||8GB DDR3 SODIMM|
|Video Card(s)||Geforce GT650M|
|Storage||Samsung 830 256GB - 750GB Toshiba drive|
|Software||Windows 7 x64 Home Premium (non-acer-bloatware)|
snap. if I ever go mATX, this looks tasty. Whats cooling like with it Thrackan?
These guys already incorporated the windtunnel effect I want to make into my mini-itx build. Basically the air gets sucked in and pushed out through the sidepanels. Only thing is I'm waiting on a replacement for the left sidepanel since the screw threads were garbled, which means I couldn't mount a fan even if I wanted to.
The GFX, which is on the left side, gets a little warmer than it used to, but I used to have a fan blowing directly on it.
Now this case has a lot more room than I thought, and it could be even more roomy if they made a couple of tweaks to the layout. If I ever get brave enough I'll be sure to mod it.
Biggest downside is, though the entire case is pretty sturdy, thick aluminum, the top lid is fricking flimsy.