- Nov 11, 2015
Why do you feel the need to roll up in others threads & shitte all over them...?
Because most of SFF cases is copy paste. All want create own case, but do not add something really new. I told previously - create case for both air and water it's utopia.
So you see a chassis that does not fall into your particular idea of the perfect SFF chassis & you think posting negative comments in a random thread is the solution...?
I think part of the problem (aside from your arrogance & superior attitude) may be that English is not your native tongue...?
Why do you feel the need to demand modifications to others chassis designs to fit your needs...?
I promoting new ways.
You are promoting the fact that you are being an arsehole more than anything...
If you want to promote new ways, then at least sketch them out & create your own thread, just rolling thru a thread and telling OP they are doing it all wrong is not productive...
Why do you feel the need to act as if you know best in regards to water cooling requirements...?
Just because. I use water for cooling. I create custom waterloop in SFF cases and has a lot of experience in this
Fair enough, but since you say you build "custom waterloop" in SFF chassis, you know the smaller you go the more compromises are made...
Maybe rather than naysaying the hard work of others across multiple threads you devote your time to learning some CAD software & designing YOUR perfect chassis...!?!
I don't have time for it and resources. I can buy such case.
So maybe just going into a thread and DEMANDING CHANGES, you try finding a chassis designer that vibes with whatever aesthetic you prefer & message them about custom work...?
Which would require more from you than just typing up a vague text-based version of what is your perfect SFF chassis; sketches, dimensions, renderings, things like that...
What most compact - air cooled gpu or gpu with waterblock? There is more SFF religion?
There is no perfect all around SFF chassis; compromises are made for size, for air-cooling, for water cooling, for a lot of reasons...
Traditional definition of SFF is 20L or less, but there are those who feel the urge to be at the top of the leaderboards for PPL (Performance Per Liter), so the smaller the chassis the better...
uSFF (ultra Small Form Factor) cases, usually 10L or less (but the uSFF extremists will say 5L OR DEATH!) really put a strain on what one might be comfortable with to call acceptable cooling (but that could change in the next few years with more powerful APUs on the horizon) ; and a dual rad custom loop can sometimes suffer dimension creep when one wants to stuff more in the chassis (yet still have proper breathing room for actual airflow in & out of the chassis...
@seven7thirty30, sorry to (ever so slightly) derail your thread, but I dig the Serum...!