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How To Build a Water Cooled Mini-ITX SFF PC w/ Ivy Bridge & Kepler

Posted on Thursday, May 17 2012 @ 20:12:18 CEST by

Legit Reviews published a guide on building a liquid cooled SFF computer with Ivy Bridge and Kepler, you can read it over here.
We wanted to build an Intel Ivy Bridge powered Small Form Factor (SFF) PC that is water cooled and be able to run an NVIDIA GeForce Kepler video card, so we did it! We thought that you might be interested in what our dream mini-ITX system would be and wrote up a guide that shows you what hardware we used and how we put it together. We also include some benchmark along with power consumption and temperature testing results of the complete project!

Quote: "Building a Small Form Factor Mini-ITX computer can be challenging, but it is worth the extra work as the end result can be amazing. We managed to stuff a ton of enthusiast grade hardware into a PC case that measures just 9.06" x 12.33" x 14.29" (WxHxD)! We still ran into a few minor issues here and there, but at the end of the day it all worked out and the system came out just how we wanted it to. Our dream mini-ITX system is ready for any task you want to throw at it!"



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