The thing is that this implementation doesn't mean much in terms of cost, since mITX motherboards are already very expensive to begin with: in a $50 motherboard this would be problematic... but have you checked mITX prices latetly for high-end skus?
BUT, at the same time, it offers a huge...
Correct me If I'm wrong, but I believe it was a simple render, a test, to get feedback. I believe after the black edition with mesh comes the two-tone edition with mesh and the side panels are still undecided but they will be sold separately if they get done at all.
Yeah, I was tinkering and saw that...but it only goes so far, and for those of us that have been here since day #1 (I literally posted on the first page) then it makes things... interesting if we gotta count xDDDDDDDDDD
I'd like to submit myself for Spain. I used to own an M1 V1 (sold it some time ago), I believe I have been somewhat active here... although I don't plan to go custom water loop. 120mm AIO... sure. But not LT240.
imgur says the image is from 6 years ago! Time flies!
@fabio I still don't understand why you share those images that are literally impossible to understand. 99% of the data points are useless or irrelevant and you have to zoom in just to know the actual temperatures.
I fail the see the point, honestly.
What is required for consistent testing is that you mount the cpu block a few times in order to get a good mount.
Why am I saying this?
Ideally, you should install your cpu block + pump, and test with a given...
The way you present your temperatures makes it terribly confusing. You should not have so many windows about stuff that isn't needed. Keep temprature, voltage and frequency, ditch the rest. It will make checking your temperatures A LOT easier.
Wow looks amazing!
I'd be all over it, but I don't have a mITX system atm, and even if I did my gpu (GTX1080 STRIX) can't possibly fit. I'm sure somebody has a proper system to do it justice :)
If, somehow, nobody was interested... do let me know, as I'm in Spain and thus shipping would be...