LOL! I never thought of that but there is a resemblance.....
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Yes you just use your hdmi or DVI output on your motherboard I/O panel. Also hate to spring this on you the day before install, but your PSU is extreme overkill. Your PC setup (minus the 760) will only pull a max of 200 watts from the wall. I would go with this Corsair 430w (for $19.99 after rebate) and that will cover plenty of upgrades you happen to do in the future, including a dedicated graphics card. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?SID=B8f6MqDTEeOIZ-r7UEsVTAgTj3_MKFz3_0_0_0&AID=10440897&PID=1225267&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-_-cables-_-na-_-na&Item=N82E16817139026&cm_sp=
I understand if want to go ahead and put your rig together and it won't hurt if you use your 800w PSU, just trying to save you some cash so you can put it towards audio.
extreme overkill on the PSU was by design to help keep it quiet, the fan on that psu will never come on (in theory) if I don't pull more than 400 watts-ish
There was 2 movies, I can't remember which one they are, but they both had time bombs that had liquid in them. I want to say GI Joe and I think it was a movie with Vin Diesel. It looks a lot like your computer.
Music Server in Streacom FC8 chassis
Heat sink tube
Mounting on cover
Music SSD and USB card
Pico box and SATA cable
120W Linear PSU
Heavy metal chassis approx 7kgs weight
150VA(150W) power transformer
"Windows Server 2012 R2" with "AudiophileOptimizer (AO) by highend-audiopc.com"
I think it's a hollow metal tube. If you look really closely you can just see the outline of the edges on the piece of cloth or whatever it is covering it.
Edited by Mojo777 - 3/1/14 at 12:01pm
I doubt it - the white material is probably thermal tape, and the cylinder I believe is solid. The CPU used is a low power Ivy Bridge Xeon so the cooling requirements are not the same as high power models or Haswell models.
The ability for the metal block to dissipate heat is not important, it is connected to the chassis which would provide a lot of the cooling.
Not sure I could live with only 64 GB of stored music though.
Yeah, it's a terrible cooler. I have my doubts on it working at all. Unless of course there is some sort of a cooling loop in it, or it transfers the heat to some actual cooler. But the volume of metal there... it's still not very efficient.
It is not very efficient but it works.
I have tested many CPU,
i7-4770 TPD84W after playing 720p video for 2hours,
It is not more than 40 degree.
The heat tube with EMI shield of CPU and vibration control of main board.
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