MAX11L - finished

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  1. miahallen

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    Some of you have seen this around the web. I never posted the build log here, but you can check it out if you like (linked in my sig).

    Here are the final pictures :cool:

    "It's like a console...with the suck turned down and the awesome turned up" -tet5uo

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    All i can say is wow! Very impressive build in such a small form factor.

    The spec's are as follows for those not wanting to check the link..

    Silverstone SUGO SG05 case
    Silverstone ST45SF 450W SFX PSU
    Gigabyte GA-H55N-USB3 mini-ITX motherboard
    Intel i5 750 quad core CPU at 4.2GHz with 1.45V
    Corsair H70 CPU cooler with 118CFM San Ace fan (temp controlled)
    2x2GB G.Skill PIS DDR3-2000 6-9-6-24 1T
    eVGA 480 GTX at 800MHz GPU and 1000MHz memory (4000MHz effective)
    80GB Intel X25M SSD for Windows 7 Home Premium x64
    500GB Seagate Momentus XT hybrid SSD/HDD for games and media
     
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    You reckon that PSU will hold up?

    The hdd is 2.5 inch yeah?

    F.

    PS Love it ! I want one aswell.
     
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    wow a 480 and a cpu at 4.2ghz in a confined space on a 450w psu youve got balls thats for sure
     
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    Thanks guys! :)

    I used the Corsair Dominator memory for the pictures and review....but I'll be using the G.Skill for 24/7 ops :cool:

    As far as the 450W PSU is concerned, I did a full breakdown of the power consumption in my article (for those of you who DO want to check the link ;)).
     
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    +1 Jeremiah, GL hope you win.
     
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    awesome stuff :thumbup:
     
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    Ruined it with the backplate :p
     
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    Nice as i wonder what this system would be like with a 580GTX as it uses less power but is more powerfull.
     
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    this is so awesome. My next computer will be like this :)
     

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