This is finally completed!
My "once in a life time" dream computer!
love the pics. Nice job
Tks ;) planning a proper photo session tomorrow in day light with a DSLR, will post some more when ready
Looks awesome, cool case too!
Always a +1 for a fellow NCASE M1 builder. Nice build.
Tks! :) NCase always been my "dream case"... finally got one!
BTW... NCase & Noctua forever! HAHA
Pictures look great. Always +1 for a fellow M1. Congrats.
Super Nice build! I was looking at going this route went with In Win A1 instead. Love the black and gray.
Thanks! Hope to give you some inspiration :) Looking forward for your build
Were there any complications with the non A9 fan on the D9L? Also very nice build, I'm looking to build one very similarly.
Not at all, works fine for me and good temps, never above 50c, unless you plan to overclock.
OptimumTech have an amazing video on this, have a quick look :)
Thanks so much for the quick response. That's great news, that M1 case is a beaut!
You're welcome :)
M1 really got a special place, always been a dream case for me and now that managed to get one cannot image any other build on any other case! :D
Hope to see yours soon ;)
+1 for the name alone, why the last gen platform though?
Tks, reused most of the hardware from my previous first ITX adventure, here:
Only upgraded the graphics card and the cooling system, mainly budget constraints :)
I would say the SF series are the best SFF PSU's out there on their dimension (personal opinion), Seasonic is about to release their own as well but are SFX-L format. The premium cable kit was actually really easy to work with, being stiff actually helped a lot on the N cause cause manage to bend the cables first to match the routing that I wanted them to take if that makes sense, worked like a charm!
In my case the 450 is just enough, at full load my build takes about 370Watts leaving the PSU to work nearly the maximum efficiency curve while gaming. For the price point is just perfect :)
Hope that helps! Looking forward to see your NCase build.