The most extreme mini-ITX gaming rig you've ever seen - MAX11Lv3

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  1. miahallen

    miahallen Member

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    I just finished a build I've been working on for a customer. He requested a system to fulfill these requirements.
    • small
    • lightweight
    • very powerful
    • unique
    • cutting edge gaming performance

    If you like what you see here, be sure to check out the full build log for details :)

    This is what the layout looks like prior to putting in the optical drive tray....it's a really tight squeeze!

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    And here are the final shots of the system. The customer is planning to replace the feet with something a bit more athetically pleasing once he finds something he likes.

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    I welcome your comments and criticisms :)
     
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  2. BlueRaven

    BlueRaven Brute force & optimism

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    More fine work.

    Love how you integrated the GPU block.

    Love the Di-Noc carbon fibre look.

    A nice evolution of your MAX11L concept.

    Some black anodized ally feet would complete it perfectly.

    Great job. Makes me want to get my SFF on. :thumbup:

    EDIT: Full specs?
     
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  3. leithals

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    Lovely :thumbup: Pity the GPU isn't on display all the time, I love how you have done that.
     
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    *steals* :weirdo:

    I love the clean look of the back, and the front, and everything, and wow... :lol: it does look a bit odd having the PSU screw holes unused though (especially since the back is obviously custom).
     
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    Thanks BlueRaven :)
    full specs listed on the OP of the build log :thumbup:

    Yes, its a shame...win-some-loose-some :(

    Yes, well the holes didn't line up well enough. If I had more time/money I would have had the back plate redone a couple times until it was perfect....but as it was, I had a single shot at it, so I was just glad everything lined up enough to work :lol:
     
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    mia that is sick dude, serious modding skills
     
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    Thanks James :)
     
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    That's uh... quite amazing :eek:
     
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    Wow! Amazing job!:thumbup:
     
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    yet so tiny but so powerful I love it:thumbup:
     
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    Thanks again guys :cool:
     
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    This is amazing. Combining the psu fan with the rad fan = Genius! Well done mate! got to love the amount of power get with such a small build!
     
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    The fit on that watercooled video card is so perfect it's a shame you don't see it.
     

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