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maxmax80

Pc Daily Project 2016: Cooler Master Elite 110 Itx

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Hello everyone!
After a long time here I am here with a new worklog (then it will follow that of the 4K video editing workstation), that is, the daily ITX PC!

The CM ELITE 110 is the main actor....of course!!

this mini-PC is used as for light Photoshop, Premiere & something fast 3D graphics

 

the components:

  • CPU: i3-7320 Hz, 4 MB cache
  • MOBO: Asus ITX-H170i-Pro (used)
  • RAM: Corsair Vengeance 2x8Gb 3000 ddr4 (used)
  • VGA: Gigabyte nVidia GTX970 mini 4 GB 256-bit-CUDA cores 1664 (used)
     
  • Case: CM Elite 110 ITX
  • CPU Cooler: Seidon 120V (recycled from previous WS 1155)
  • PSU: CM 550 Semi-Modular Bronze (recycled from old Pc daily)
  • Case Fans: CM 80mm Silent Fan x3 ( +3 CM Fan speed reducer )
  • Additiona Seidon Fan: CM Excalibur 120mm PWM fan
  • Filters: DemCiflex x 110 Elite
  • anti-vibration: Anti-Vibe magnetic + rubber grommets + rubber screw magnets
     
  • Ssd Windows10 : 275Gb Crucial MX300 ssd m.2
  • Ssd Hackintosh : 250Gb Samsung Evo 850 sata III
  • Hdd : 2Tb WD Scorpio Blue 2.5" (used)

 

I chose a fast CPU i3 -like compromise price / performance- and a mid-size motherboard because the daily pc must necessarily stay low budget (otherwise keep off the workstation with the Titan X and the i7 would not make sense) ... .
Motherboard, VGA, ram & hdd not new: I managed to buy them used in good condition too.
 
For ssd the choice went to Samsung & Crucial that they have been quality assurance for years.
Usual as archive I chose hdd western digital as archive, so I can use Acronis true image WD edition.
Finally DEMCiflex anti-dust filters, a must have in a complete build
 
But now start with the photos:
 
 
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