When i first started this build i had no idea if it will actually work. So with a prayer to the almighty i purchased the following components:
motherboard: Asus P8H67-I
CPU: Pentium G620, 65W TDP
RAM: 2x4 GB Kingston 1333MHz, low profile
HDD: WD Scorpio Black, 750gb, 7200 rpm
Case: JNC Cute Q1 - with built in DC-DC converter and an external power adapter of 60W ( the reason of my concern )
Case dimensions are H190 xL230 xW60 mm.
So i put them all together and to my surprise it worked.
The first think i noticed about the CPU was the high idle voltage, around 1V with a VID of 1.16V. Since the mobo allows undervolting the cpu, the integrated gpu and ram i've decided to go for it. So after a few trials ( lots actually) the system is stable@ CPU offset -0.24V, GPU offset -0.04V, ram 1.4V.
i have no idea about the power consumption, but if it works with a low quality 60w adapter i guess is small.
Anyway it's used only for browsing and movies. Probably the highest load that this pc will see is when Mozilla stops responding while playing a video from youtube.
Ignore the CPU temp, the window is open and outside are -10C. Normally is 28C idle and 35-38C full load (prime 95). The CPU fan stays at 1100 rpm. I removed the 60mm Fractal design fan, it was very noisy.
Sorry about the picture quality, they are taken with a webcam (hd but still a webcam)