I like small! Really
small, that is.
Nice to meet like minded people on here ...
That board has been discussed on SPCR here
... As for the quads, I'm pretty sure the board also works with the 95W ones ... and with a little undervolting, results comparable to the 65W quads should be achievable.
... If you really like small this casemight be worth a look as well ...
It's got something ...
... The Lian Li measures 193mm x 280mm x 208mm. The Shuttle G2 chassis measures 300 x 200 x 185 mm. The Shuttle H7 measures 310(L) x 200(W) x 185(H) mm ...
My Silverstone SG01 of course is bigger but actually tower styles are my favourites.
Nothing against Shuttle, but this time it has to be a Mini ITX tower.
For the motherboard I would go for this then you can still use a PCI-E graphics card if you like.
I was just going to say the nvidia 9 series would be better than a g45
Nice one, I was hoping for input like this one.
See, I never looked for ITX form factor before.http://www.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=17268&vpr=yes
You know what is funny ?
I was always annoyed that motherboards still came with historic floppy & PS/2 sockets, too many extension slots and didn't follow our gadgets getting smaller and smaller anyway.
Thought step-by-step we might get there and suddenly, BOOOM ... I discovered Mini ITX !
Mini ITX comes much, much closer to what I always had in mind ... can't wait to start my new little Monster rig
... apart from the e8400/ a ssd slotting in do you have any other
Hmmm, nope ... oh, hang on, I wished I could use 8 GB RAM instead of 4.
But that might be one of the sacrifices for getting smaller.
I assume you have heard of pico-ITX? ...
You asume right, but ... how about the preformance difference between Mini- and Pico-ITX ?
Does Pico still come with Socket 775 ?
Initial searches didn't bring much in regards to Pico-ITX PC cases.
It's getting better and better ...
How very funny do the massive PC cases look like compared to these models ? Hahaha