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Welcome to the new SFFReview.com

Well hello there!. Welcome to the new SFFReview.com! Built from the ground up by our magnificent coders, we present the new home of everything small form factor. Now, for a little bit of history. Back in 2007 Craig Brugger began a site known as LOSIAS.net, as a home for his projects, beginning with Project, you guessed it, LOSIAS. LOSIAS stood for Lots Of Stuff In A System, and that’s a...

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Featured Mod: AuckLAN SFFr Build

Here at SFFreview we’re all about Small Form Factor builds. We’re also in to the sensation that is Minecraft. When an opportunity came up to host a Minecraft Creative Build tournament at AuckLAN, in Auckland, New Zealand, we jumped at the chance. The conundrum here was what to provide as a prize! I decided to do what we know best, SFF Modding. So here goes!   AyWun A1-1001 The...

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How to Submit a Project Log

Note: This is an an archive post. So you want to submit a project log? Great! At SFFReview we allow our users to Submit their own project logs as articles directly to the website. This way you get all the features that we do, and can show your project in all its glory. As a bonus, this project log article gets cross posted to the forums, and the comments on the article and forum are one in the...

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SilverStone details the Milo ML05 HTPC case

SilverStone’s newest case in the Milo series, is pretty darn small. I think my first old school laptop was about the same size…   Silverstone ML05 Front Continuing with the popular slim form factor HTPC, the Milo ML05 HTPC case is the smallest in the Milo series to-date and yet still able to fit modern day components.   Top Quarter View Although measuring only 7 liters in...

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Spire Introduces the PowerCube 702

Spire has introduced the PowerCube 702, a new ITX case to the fast growing ITX market segment. While a new case for them, it reminds me a whole lot of the older barebones systems from the likes of Biostar and MSI.   Spire 702 Introducing the new arrival Mini ITX chassis, the PowerCube 702. This cool looking and contemporary Mini ITX case is small but bold, packed with all the quality...

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Thermal Paste Roundup: First Round

Thermal paste, the goop that helps keep our little monsters from overheating, is often overlooked in the pursuit of a better performing and/or quieter system. Even I, up until a few months ago, would rely on just the cheapest product to get the job done. Thermal Interface Material (TIM) is a critical component in any PC build. It helps fill up the microscopic holes, scratches and defects in both...