What a blast from the past. I have fond memories of our old Apple IIe from the 80's. Do you still have all the boot disks?
Always nice to know that I am not the only one willing to cram a water loop in an NCASE. The best part it is, now you are done!
Nice, my Antec 300 is sitting next to my main work station. Only comes on for rare gaming sessions of older games.
Cute build, it's obvious you spent some time working on this. The write up was TLDR.
Pretty nice. With all that space in the case, a custom loop would make it awesome.
Look at page 20 of the manual, it describes using Q-flash or @BIOS utility for updating the BIOS. The @BIOS utility can be downloaded from the Gigabyte website.
Upvote for the super clean workspace.
I must be an SFF snob, that case may be ITX but there is nothing small about it.
You sir have some amazing skills. Outstanding build.
I love the minimalist theme when combined with your living room. Well done.
Automatic upvote for NCASE M1. Currently working on my own M1 water loop and understand the frustration of trying to get everything to fit. I doubt mine it will look as nice as yours, but I can always hope.
My only critique would be the mass of wiring detracts from the otherwise stellar build.
How well do the fans take suction on the daffodils?
NCASE M1, instant up vote from me!
Agreed, the 570X is one of my favorite cases.
Love the DAN case. Yes, those are not the stock cables.
Looks good. This is one of those cases it would be nice if the PS had a shroud to hide all the cables.
I like that it is fairly clean and simple. As noted, custom cables would be a nice touch.
Talk to us about the mITX build...
My eyes can't handle that color...
Some poor unicorn out there is jealous
Nice desk, mind if I ask where you had that done?
Clean and simple, I like it.
Who the heck are Ben & Holly?
I agree, I like it all except that one pipe on the bottom of the GPU. The rest of the lines are well bent, so that one looks distinctly out of place.
One of my favorite ATX cases. Nice and clean build.
I love SFF builds, looks great.
Not an RGB fan either, but this is impressive.
Freaking beautiful. I am obviously in the wrong line of work.
Anytime you build and you buy more than you really need, it is a financial waste. Other than that, I love the clean simplicity of it.
First thing I thought about. Great components.
I have a white version and they come with the end plate.
What the...Bob Ross? Totally never looked at the build.
It's the small box on the right...
I would agree, interesting concept. Not sure the purpose of putting the rad outside. I would put a screen or other protection over the fans to prevent things from falling in them.
Damn, nice record collection.
Auto +1 for NCASE M1. One of these days I will actually finish building mine.
That would add 10hp on my daily driver
This is one of the coolest m-ITX builds that I have seen in a while. Truly a Small Form Factor. Well done!
+1 for m-ITX. Looks great.
This is probably the first soft tubing builds that I actually like. Nice job.
I found a local trophy shop that does glass etching. Just provide a vector file, the size you want it, and location. He did all the rest.
I love m-ITX builds, yours looks great. Always amazing what you can squeeze in one of those little boxes.
My only negative would be tubing bends on the build behind the m-ITX.
But it's the NASCAR 200mph duct tape
I never noticed those, thanks
Love these mini-ITX builds, definitely a challenge. I'm working on my M1 and those link tubes are interesting. Could you share how you are threading the tubing?
+1 for NCASE M1. Still building mine, love it.
I thought about that case, but to small. Nice job getting everything in there and keeping it cool. I did a double take when I saw the 3.5" floppy disk. I am getting old, I can actually remember using those...
Agreed, nice build. Would like some information on your display.
Love the NCASE M1, just waiting for my V5 to arrive in the mail.