Published on 1st May 2009 by
Originally Posted by OWNED66FIRST
Originally Posted by Htr-LabsHas anyone seen the Lian-Li PC-Q7? It's pretty close to this only taller. Not sure I could buy this one over the Lian-Li simple because of the ugliness factor. This thing does sorta look like an air conditioner....hardly something you would want cramping your style in the cinema room. Although I do see the advantages and disadvantages to a case like this, not quite sure I could pay $20 USD more for something that is clearly an inferior product to the Lian-Li. What do you guys think? Here is a link to the PC-Q7.
Originally Posted by [USRFObiwan]It looks like a airconditioner.
Originally Posted by Htr-LabsWhat do you guys think? Here is a link to the PC-Q7.
Originally Posted by The boy 4rm ozPersonally I think it is just a little too plain, reminds me a lot of a NAS box lol.
Originally Posted by dangman4everAny chance of you guys testing the PSU?
The reported ripple levels on the +12V rails and the non +12V rails are at 140mV and 70mV respectively. That exceeds the maximum recommended ripple as set forth by the ATX12V 2.2 specifications of 120mV and 50mV on the +12V rail and non +12V rails respectively IIRC. So does this mean that I should avoid using that FSP PSU since the ripple is out of spec?
Originally Posted by Techno-DannNot to nit-pick, or anything, but most Shuttles don't support dual-slot cooler video cards. The usual layout has a PCI or PCI-X 1x slot on the inside, and then the video card on the outside.
Originally Posted by The Reviewyou’ll need to stretch to around £220 for a P-series chassis to accommodate a dual slot graphics card"
Originally Posted by Silverstone"Regarding your concern with SG05’s PSU, this unit was selected and tuned by SilverStone engineers for
improved quietness and performance (300W continuous power at 50C). It has dedicated +12V rail for graphics card (16A, peak 19A)
to provide more than enough power for any 9" long dual slot graphics cards.
As a reference, here is a list of components used in the SG05 development system:
Intel Core 2 Quad 9550 95W CPU
MSI IM-Q35 DO Industrial Mini-ITX motherboard
Corsair TWIN2X2048-6400C5DX DDR2 memory
*AMD Radeon HD4850 graphics card*
WD Raptor 150GB + VelociRaptor 300GB 10,000rpm hard drives
Slim Blu-ray drive
*The Radeon HD4850 is currently the highest powered card that can fit inside the SG05 (more than NVIDIA GTS 250, which is a dual slot design.)"
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