Published on 8th October 2010 by
Originally Posted by UnicornI want it. That is all.
Before anyone asks what for, I'll tell you. A tiny yet powerful PC for my home office, which would be used for office application tasks and web browsing only. It's so small and pretty that it would look right at home on my black desk, hooked up to a nice moderately sized 24" IPS display with a wireless keyboard and mouse :)
The biggest downside is that Lian Li has made the rear slot too small to insert a PSU through, so it cannot be inserted from the rear of the case and can only go in from the side
Originally Posted by Bindibadgihttp://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/pcs/2010/10/07/asrock-vision-3d-mini-pc-135b-review/1
It comes in black too!
Originally Posted by XirHmmm, if half of the front fan is blowing onto/into the PSU anyway, why use an extra PSU cooler?
In other words, they should offer a semi-passive PSU for it, that is actively cooled by the front fan.
Shared fans are so easy, yet implemented nowhere...:(
Originally Posted by SpotswoodWhat is the distance between the PSU and the motherboard?
Originally Posted by teppoThose hdd temps shouldn't be a problem at all. Unless you're going to be running Furmark et al for three years nonstop.
This study was released over 3 years ago and people still insist that hdds can't go over 30c or they will instantly implode. Now why is that?
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