Ha, I learned the ole 'only have one drive plugged in when installing' trick when trying to get a specific .NET updated. It kept installing on the wrong drives! Bloody Windows.
Also, penguin looks lonely, how about a polar bear friend?
I feel your pain with the weird part availability, as I'm not in EU/US/ASIA either. Pretty solid choices, too bad no overclocking or SSD but hey! I have the same MSI 1050ti, great card.
There's hope for me, then
Hardly a cable in sight. I need to learn from you, lol.
Pretty thing! If you want to upgrade your broke-ness fill the loop with Crystal Skull Vodka or something else ridiculous.
XD I'm flattered! And it's true. My other systems are tidy though.
Yes. None of the fans draw air from the bottom so I haven't put a plank down.
Great use of space with a mATX board in that tiny case. Too bad it's such a faff!
Tidy. That's a good looking board
I forgot to ask - what's your power usage like at idle and fully loaded?
"Some people just want to watch their wallet burn..."
P.S. I prefer Malibu pink theme
Love that hot-swap back plane, too bad it hurts your airflow so much. My 5400rpm Ironwolves are icy cold in a little Fractal Mini
Ooh nice. Functional VRM heatsinks too!
I like the size. How does the SSD do for your system? Was under the impression that using a cache drive ate too much RAM.
Quite a serious looking chunk of metal. How much power does it chew?
When you said hype I was expecting an RX Vega card. Hehe. Looks great
Yeah I'd prefer Reds but they were oddly pricey at the time. Plus the Seagate are a good design (backblaze stats for the desktop HDDs are decent). Definitely go for low RPM drives for low heat and quick spin up times. Cheers!
Australia, selection is a bit dire compared to US/EU.
Oh cool you even used the Xbox power LED button
Runs Freenas, in a 2x mirror, booting off a 16GB Sandisk tiny USB drive. Moved rear fan to front for better HDD cooling. System consumes 20w at idle, 45w full blast. It's very snappy (fast) if you don't let the drives spin down.