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Recently completed my first SFF build with the windowed version of this case. I love the brushed aluminum and the overall aesthetics of it, and the USB ports on the top front are pretty useful. I can share my PC Parts Picker build when I'm home from work, but I definitely recommend it. If you don't plan on doing any RGB you're not missing out on anything without the window.
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Recently completed my first SFF build with the windowed version of this case. I love the brushed aluminum and the overall aesthetics of it, and the USB ports on the top front are pretty useful. I can share my PC Parts Picker build when I'm home from work, but I definitely recommend it. If you don't plan on doing any RGB you're not missing out on anything without the window.
Would love to see your PCPARTPICKER.COM build.
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I also did a build in the windowed version. I believe I picked it up for $50 last time it was on the FP. Great case! https://pcpartpicker.com/b/hBLJ7P

Since I built this on PCPP I have added two more of the Corsair HD fans to the rad for a push pull, and have also upgraded to a 1080ti.
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Would love to see your PCPARTPICKER.COM build.
Here you go! https://pcpartpicker.com/list/fRr4RG

This is pretty much my entire setup. I didn't go through and edit any of the prices to reflect what I've actually paid on everything but hopefully this will give you some ideas to run with. I was able to OC my 1600 to 3.8 on 1.3v on the stock cooler and the XMP profile got my RAM to the advertised speed of 3200. Overall I'm happy with my choices. Honestly as far as ITX goes for AMD, the AsRock B350 board is your best bet between features and price point.
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I also did a build in the windowed version. I believe I picked it up for $50 last time it was on the FP. Great case! https://pcpartpicker.com/b/hBLJ7P

Since I built this on PCPP I have added two more of the Corsair HD fans to the rad for a push pull, and have also upgraded to a 1080ti.
You are a terrible influence as now I want a bunch of RGB fans to throw in mine haha. I missed out on the sale for RGB G.Skill (which I'm still kicking myself for) but those fans look great!
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Here you go! https://pcpartpicker.com/list/fRr4RG

This is pretty much my entire setup. I didn't go through and edit any of the prices to reflect what I've actually paid on everything but hopefully this will give you some ideas to run with. I was able to OC my 1600 to 3.8 on 1.3v on the stock cooler and the XMP profile got my RAM to the advertised speed of 3200. Overall I'm happy with my choices. Honestly as far as ITX goes for AMD, the AsRock B350 board is your best bet between features and price point.
No additional cooling fan? You kept the stock?
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Only $10 off. Why is this a good deal?
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Simple and sexy.. thinking of building a mini PC for no purpose other than it looking cute!
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No additional cooling fan? You kept the stock?
Correct! I wasn't going to do a crazy overclock and everything I read about the Wraith Spire cooler looked good. So far I've only seen temps up into the mid 60's (Celsius) according to HwInfo. I thought about getting the X processor and tossing another AIO cooler on there but I've been really satisfied with the stock heat sink.
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