Damn that looks tasty :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
The only thing I don't like about this board is the lack of HDMI/DVD-D :thumbdn:
For those adventurous types who like to mod/hack/mangle their builds there's an Asrock H61M-VS3 intel board that will fit the N36/40/54L servers...
I bought a set a few months ago to try out/give away and they cost me ~ $280AU delivered and for the price the sound is very good with an...
And you can bet your last $ that AU distries and retailers will gouge the consumer to within an in of their lives on the new PSU's after Oct'13...
Or wait till amazon have a Jamo special again for under $300 delivered and buy a cheap/better/bigger sub locally and save a few $$$$
Name a retail case that is smaller than the SG05 that can fit a high power board, CPU + GPU + PSU that is powerful enough to run said components...
Why would you spend $ on that POS when a full sized GTX670 fits into most ITX cases such as the SG05
^ I can almost taste them, lucky the pic is a little blurry, otherwise I'd be drooling down my clean shirt :o:thumbup:
I also used to own an N36L, and I installed via USB & tested XBMCbuntu on that too
Spot on Blinky...........................you take those pics out of your family photo album :leet:
It shows up with FreeNAS and XBMCbuntu with my N40L with only the supplied 250GB Seagate drive
Try sticking wide clear sellotape to the glass before cutting
Nice bracket, and a decent price @ ~$16................unless you want to buy from AU = $36.30 'kin pirates :thumbdn::Pirate:
An article @ Xbit re the Seagate 4 platter 5900rpm drives that are the same as the drives inside Seagate Backup Plus 4 TB USB 3.0 Desktop External...
In other words you fubered all your external cases :lol: :p
Just decased the Shitgate ST4000DM000 external HDD without marking/destroying the case :leet: :leet: :leet:
This is what I get when I punch in the internal drives s/n which is different to the s/n on the external case
Haven't taken it out of its casing yet but looks like its 5900rpm :thumbup:
The actual mobo is ~ 210Lx170W) so with a little modding an itx (170x170mm) low profile board should fit into the N36/40/54
Too bad Mini-DTX...